The Protocol School of Washington® is the first company to provide professional etiquette and protocol training and certification. Since 1988, more than 3,000 men and women have been trained, certified, and licensed to use the school's comprehensive training manuals, workbooks, and support materials. Graduates of The Protocol School of Washington® are providing the highest-quality programs available. Located in the United States and 45 other countries, many graduates are featured on major television networks and radio, and in publications worldwide.
Dorothea Johnson is Founder of The Protocol School of Washington® and President of Dorothea Johnson Productions, Inc. She has presented etiquette and protocol seminars and briefings to more than 50,000 individuals worldwide. Clients representing business, government, education, and entertainment have been counseled privately and in groups. Ms. Johnson served as protocol advisor to The Joint Military Attaché School, Washington, D.C. She has authored five books and the column Tea & Etiquette for Tea Time Magazine. As a frequent contributor to trade and business publications she is one of the most widely quoted etiquette and protocol experts in the United States of America, and she is currently quoted in more than sixty books.
Tea & Etiquette Tea Master Class - Mail Order Program You receive the in-depth Tea & Etiquette® core material to study at home at your own pace. This is the same course that Dorothea Johnson taught for over a decade in her popular three-day Tea & Etiquette® seminars hosted by The Protocol School of Washington®.
The Ron Clark Academy is a SACS/CASI accredited, highly acclaimed, nonprofit middle school in Southeast Atlanta that promotes innovation and engages its students through energetic teaching balanced by a strict code of discipline. Our school has received both national and international recognition for our success in educating our students and promoting academic rigor, passion, creativity, and increased student engagement in the classroom. Our 5th-8th graders represent various socio-economic and academic backgrounds and communities from across the metro region.
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