Etiquette of Ventura County is based on teachings from The American School of Protocol, Atlanta, GA. (ASP)
Lisa Lutz, Etiquette of Ventura County owner, and founder, attended ASP in 2012 and 2019 receiving the distinguish title as “Dual Certified Etiquette Instructor” qualifying her to teach Children's & Corporate etiquette.
Instructional method is experiential and designed to be fun, encouraging, and engaging. Small class sizes for a· non-intimidating nurturing learning environment.
Students, ages 6-Adult feel empowered as they learn to overcome social obstacles and prepare for future social settings with confidence and ease.
"Etiquette is Key to a personal best . It demonstrates gratitude and respectfulness towards self, family, and community. It is my passion to reach as many students as possible, and teach social skills that last a life time. Etiquette are qualities we take with us and never leave behind."
YES or NO?
It is okay to avoid shaking hands during days of Social Distancing?
YES, refrain from hand shaking during social distancing. If someone extends their hand, return with a gracious smile, nod, wave, or elbow-bump. Keep your hands away from your face at all times.
Hand shaking was our greeting in American. However, today we are choosing new ways to greet and introduce. Remember, full arms distance away from others, wash hands when needed, respect others at all times, and have fun using your new greeting today!
Lisa Lutz Etiquette Instructor