January 27, 2010
Posted: 03:12 AM ET
A BRISBANE university is teaching its commerce students how to eat properly at restaurants, because employers are complaining about graduates with a general lack of social skills.
While Griffith University lecturers hope it won't come down to how to hold a knife and fork, the uni will offer a three-day professional development course including classes on basic dining etiquette as part of its Bachelor of Commerce (Professional) degree.
The course, offered exclusively at its Logan campus, will cover how to dine with clients without embarrassing yourself and how to dress in restaurants.
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