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Dining Etiquette Training


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Etiquette training course is designed to help participants know the basic setting of a table and how to maneuver the basis fundamentals of manners while eating. This workshop introduces you to basic business etiquette, and the importance of behaving appropriately during lunch or dinner as well as the workplace. The trainer will be engaging and cover examples of good and bad etiquette. Learning about proper etiquette with a good meal, fun environment, and great conversations!

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Dining Etiquette Training

  1. 1. ETIQUETTE TRAINING University of Kentucky April 14, 2014 CareerDude
  2. 2. Banquet Setting CareerDude
  3. 3. Cell Phones DO NOT text or answer phone during meal functions CareerDude
  4. 4. Bread and Drink CareerDude
  5. 5. Bread – Meal – Water CareerDude
  6. 6. Napkins Put napkin in lap when you sit CareerDude
  7. 7. Table Setting Items CareerDude
  8. 8. Place Setting CareerDude
  9. 9. Utensil Positioning RESTING POSITION FINISHED POSITION CareerDude
  10. 10. Lemons • Uses: Foods and beverages Remember to put other hand over lemon when squeezing to avoid the squirt! CareerDude
  11. 11. Empty Wrappers Place used wrappers on rim of plates or saucers CareerDude
  12. 12. Bread and Butter Don’t cut bread with a knife; Place butter on your plate before spreading on your bread. CareerDude
  13. 13. Butter Knife The butter knife travels with the butter. CareerDude
  14. 14. Bread Tear, don’t bite or cut bread. Butter one piece at a time. CareerDude
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  17. 17. The Salad Use salad fork. If only one knife, place it on bread plate when finished. CareerDude
  18. 18. Salt and Pepper Shakers ALWAYS TRAVEL TOGETHER CareerDude
  19. 19. A la mode ICE CREAM – YUMMY!! CareerDude
  20. 20. Cookies Should be selected with tongs if available CareerDude
  21. 21. Coffee and Hot Tea Service CareerDude
  22. 22. Sandwiches NOT BEST CHOICE when dining with potential employers or dinner event. CareerDude
  23. 23. Sandwiches NOT BEST CHOICE when dining with potential employers or dinner event. CareerDude
  24. 24. Fried Chicken Eat with fork and knife or with fingers. Not recommended when eating with potential employers. CareerDude
  25. 25. Corn on the Cob NOT A WISE CHOICE CareerDude
  26. 26. Bacon Crispy bacon – eat with fingers Soft bacon – use knife and fork CareerDude
  27. 27. Bisque A rich creamy soup typically made with shellfish. Avoid if sensitive to seafood or dairy products. CareerDude
  28. 28. Canapé Small opened-faced toasts served during receptions CareerDude
  29. 29. Consommé A clear, broth based soup CareerDude
  30. 30. “Haricots verts” (ar-e-ko-'ver) GREEN BEANS CareerDude
  31. 31. Crudités CareerDude
  32. 32. Who gives the Best Advice for the Job Search on your campus? CareerDude
  33. 33. When should you send a thank you note following your interview? Is it appropriate to send your thank you note via email, text, or mail? CareerDude
  34. 34. What are topics that should be considered inappropriate during a interview or business meeting? CareerDude
  35. 35. What’s the purpose of interviewing during a meal? CareerDude
  36. 36. What are the top 10 most common etiquette dinning mistakes? CareerDude
  37. 37. What is the appropriate attire for interviewing during a meal? CareerDude
  38. 38. When is it appropriate to address a recruiter or the CEO of your company by their first name? CareerDude
  39. 39. Provide some examples of the best methods to prepare for the job interview. CareerDude
  40. 40. Fact: The First Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees “free speech” to all citizens. So, please provide some reasons why you should use discretion to your personal brand on the social network sites? CareerDude
  41. 41. How important are career goals? Give some examples of career goals. CareerDude
  42. 42. Questions & Reflection James W. Stuckert Career Center University of Kentucky  408 Rose Street  Lexington, KY 40506 Tel: 859.257.2746 Fax: 859.323.1085 Email: Web: CareerDude