The Emily Post Institute is America’s premier source of etiquette knowledge and insight. When you train with us, you gain association with our brand and benefit from nearly a century of Post family history and expertise.

Whether you’re a parent, teacher, after school program coordinator or an etiquette professional, our program prepares you to teach etiquette to children according to their developmental age groups: ages two to four, five to seven, eight to twelve, and teens.

During our intensive four-day training, trainees learn how to teach a comprehensive children’s etiquette curriculum using our seven training modules. Attendees also attend a one-day presentation and facilitation skills workshop, observe presentations and receive critique on presentations, and gain knowledge about how to build a successful children’s etiquette program. Graduates may market themselves as “Trained by The Emily Post Institute.”

What our graduates have to say

“This training was fun, informative and gave me a wealth of knowledge and ideas for my program. I had a great time!” -Caitlyn Diebold, Boys & Girls Clubs of East County

“This was a wonderful training! I learned the core of what true etiquette really is. I strongly recommend this program to all ‘true believers’ interested in spreading the word.” -Jane Pertiller, Eteaquette, LLC

When & Where

Sunday, September 30th through Wednesday, October 3rd, 2019

Burlington, Vermont
Home of The Emily Post Institute

Training Fee


*10% Early-Bird Discount if registered and paid at least 90 days prior to training.

Annual License Fee

$300 – Independent Trainers, Education Professionals, Etiquette Experts

*The first year’s license fee is included in the training fee.

Who should attend?

  • Individuals who want to start their own children’s etiquette seminar business
  • Individuals who already teach children’s etiquette, but want to learn and use the Children’s Etiquette Program created and taught by The Emily Post Institute
  • People in children’s education and related businesses who are seeking to make etiquette training a part of their program
Children’s Train the Trainer

Daniel Post Senning
(802) 860-1814

For more information, please contact Daniel Post Senning by filling out our contact form.