Roseau, Dominica: Melissa Poponne Skerrit- Parliamentary Representative for Roseau Constituency, took to social media and shared an update on the ongoing Formal Etiquette Training session for the young boys and girls of Dominica. She hosted the second session of Training session for the children.
On Wednesday, July 27, 2022, Melissa Skerrit expressed happiness in hosting another successful Training Session for children, which took place at Kempinski Resort. She stated that she gets an opportunity to interact with the 40 lovely young boys and girls.
Melissa Skerrit called the session an interesting and engaging session.
She noted, “Another successful Formal Etiquette Training took place at Kempinski Resort on Wednesday, July 27 2022, with 40 lovely young boys and girls.”
It was “an interesting and engaging session” for Melissa Skerrit.
Another successful Formal Etiquette Training took place at Kempinski Resort on Wednesday 27th July 2022 with 40 lovely young boys and girls.
— Melissa Poponne Skerrit (@MelissaSkerrit) July 30, 2022
Earlier, Melissa Poponne Skerrit hosted the first session of Formal Etiquette Training at the Fort Young Hotel. She also expressed pleasure in spending time at the Formal Etiquette Training. This first session was held at the Fort Young Hotel on Saturday with Tricia Mohan-Volney.
In her first training session, there, over 40 elegant young ladies and dapper males were introduced to the rules of formal dining and given tips to exude self-confidence. These are important tools for social interaction that will serve them for the rest of their lives.
The training programme for children between 9 to 17 years of age started on July 23, 2022. It will be ended on August 6, 2022, at Jungle Bay resort, Fort Young Hotel, and Kempinski Resort. The programme is held to teach the Ins and Outs of dining and the self-confidence needed to enjoy a formal meal.
The training session started with the collaboration with Tricia Mohan Volney to host a two-week formal etiquette training session with children across the island.
She also posted pictures on social media in which it could be seen that the children across Dominica looked happy.