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Peak Hospitality Staff Train Nearly 200 Military Officers in Formal Dinner, Etiquette at D.C. Base

Peak Technical Institute’s hospitality training staff recently trained nearly 200 military officers and their spouses in formal dinner, wine service and hospitality etiquette.

“The English Butler” Jason King, Program Director and Instructor for Peak Technical Institute’s professional hospitality program, facilitated training as part of a Senior Leadership Orientation Course (SLOC) at Bolling Joint Air Force near Washington, D.C.  Peak’s SLOC instruction was held in conjunction with the AF General Officer Management Office and The Protocol School of Washington for the “Dine Like a Diplomat” course, which is the formal dinner and etiquette program for the Armed Forces.

This two-day training included table setting, service and wines, which wrapped up with a seven-course dinner and matching wine service.

SLOC is hosted by AF General Officer Management Office and is designed for all new active duty Air Force personnel, Guard and Reserve one-star generals, new Senior Executive Service Civilians and their spouses at The Bolling AFB Club.

Peak was proud to have several of its former Air Force Enlisted Aide graduates on hand for the evening’s festivities. The Enlisted Aide program is the genesis of Peak’s flagship hospitality program, Professional Hospitality Management, which hones all the skills necessary for estate management.

Peak Technical Institute continues to form and nurture business partnerships through hospitality training in private homes, U.S. military forces and private yachts.

For upcoming training and events or for more information, visit YouHaveArrived.com or contact us at (855) 399-7325 ext. 1073.

Peak Technical Institute’s Hospitality Programs Continue to Develop Training Partnerships with Local Organizations

Peak Technical Institute continues to grow its hospitality training and professional service programs and seminars, working with local universities, associations and industries.

Peak’s hospitality training staff are working in the local East Tennessee community with such organizations and associations as Executive Women International (EWI), Greater Knoxville Hospitality Association (GKHA) and students at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.

“Staff at Peak thoroughly enjoy working with the local community and local universities,” Jason King, Program Director and Instructor of Peak Technical Institute’s Professional Hospitality Training program, said. “We are proud to provide the next generation with the tools and competitive edge they need to be successful.”

Peak has partnered with such organizations to offer short programs on topics like Communication in the Workplace and Conflict Resolution. Peak has also recently partnered with Business Owners Benefits Association to offer education and professional development opportunities. Through membership, BOBA members an attend professional development and customized training seminars covering a variety of topics, including Dining for Business, Leadership, Personal Excellence in Business and much more.

 Peak Technical Institute will also be returning to Washington, D.C., for training with the Armed Forces. Peak has had the opportunity in the past to train Enlisted Aides students, who were learning to be estate managers for generals and other officials.

The school is also working with the mega yacht industry from Ft. Lauderdale, FL to New England and with placement agencies across the country including Chicago and Los Angeles with staff training with its new programs for housekeeping and The Art of Silver Service.

For more details on how Peak’s hospitality and professional service seminars can benefit you and your organization, visit YouHaveArrived.com or contact our staff at 855-399-7325 ext. 1073.