[AI] Training in etiquette
syed.fame at gmail.com
Fri Feb 8 05:33:02 EST 2008
I think It would be excelent if they could also teach serving the food in
addition to table manerse and cutlery usage. Rs.1200 per head is I think bit
expensive for a one-day session, especially for a student. Rs. 600 - 700 /-
per head would make a reasonable training fee. Pardon me if I am asking for
----- Original Message -----
From: "Geetha Shamanna" <geetha at millernorbert.de>
To: "Access india" <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2008 10:22 PM
Subject: [AI] Training in etiquette
> Hello all,
> There was a lengthy discussion on this list sometime ago about usage of
> cutlery and other table habits.
> It might be possible to arrange for a one-day training workshop with the
> help of Mitra Jyothi where cutlery usage and other etiquette could be
> by professional trainers. This can be done if adequate number of people in
> Bangalore are interested in attending such a training session.
> Before we proceed with the venture, we would like input from interested
> participants about the following:
> 1. What would you like covered in the training in addition to cutlery
> Please list out specific topics.
> 2. Preliminary enquiries revealed that training institutes charge enormous
> sums for such trainings, considering that such sessions are mostly offered
> to corporate clients and some amount of pre-training preparation is
> involved. Tentative cost per person would amount to around Rs.1200 per
> person. Would this be too expensive?
> Please send in your inputs.
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