Estate Manager Training
Management of an estate, house, or palace is a challenging role that demands perfection in order to ensure the property is properly cared for. House management roles vary quite a bit depending on the principal and estate, so we adapt our training to fit your needs. Our trainers have years of experience as house managers themselves and go far beyond the basics to make sure the most important details are taught.
We believe a hands on training experience in-situ is the most effective so we send our estate trainers around the world, delivering the excellence we hold so dear here in London. If you have special circumstances let us know and we’ll work with you to get the results you deserve.
Principals & Managers – Estate Training for Your Staff
If you have a house manager in your employ that is not quite hitting the mark, a professional training session is often faster, less expensive, and more effective than firing and rehiring. Our house manager trainer will come to you, assess the needs of your staff, and provide a custom in-situ training.
Professional House Managers – Training for Your Career
In a competitive market every house manager needs to make sure their CV and physical skills are of the very highest level. As recruiters we have thousands of candidates on our books and for competitive placements it can be difficult to stand out from the rest.
If you’re just starting your career as a house manager, pursuing professional estate management training and an official certificate can provide the boost you need for your career. Experienced house managers know that continuing education is a vital progression in their career. By keeping up to date with new techniques and revisiting the traditional approaches, your chances of attaining higher level positions increases considerably.
Household Management Training Modules
Any of these modules can be mixed and matched in order to provide the detailed education in household management that you require.
- Staff Management
- Organisation, Planning and Eye for Detail
- Dealing with contractors / out of house Staff
- Problem Solving
- Working with other staff/Team Work
- Arrival & Departure Etiquette
- Party & Events: Organisation & Planning
- Body Language
- Finishing Touches
- Service Etiquette
- Setting the Scene
- First Impressions
- Body Language
- Household Security
- Health and Safety Awareness
- Fire Awareness
- Shooting Etiquette
- Routines & Schedules
- Private Home Hierarchy
- Interviewing New Staff
- Hiring and Firing
- Creating an employers handbook
- Staff Communication
- Time Management