Passed all my exams and finally got the right to efficiently be a British Butler , silver service Butler and more i learnt alot more. My certificate comes through the mail soon.
This was one of the harder things I've done in life no joke.
I also might be wisked off to another country promptly as we all passed in a own ways with honors.
Though I wanted silver service. I've been trained to be a British Butler. Which is a rare dying breed.
4 of the 8 people in my house of study all work for rich eccentric families in france and Portugal already . This course for them was to learn the true British etiquette. Else it would have been 4 only.
I kind of want to work for a family now. As from what the other 4 people say they love it. It's hard. Very hard but they love it.
So i plan to do some silver service first then look into family work. Unless I get wisked off to another country soon. It's that fast on work that's how rare we are.
Sadly to train where I did you have to have amazing rep. Though I suck ass at drawing and typing words and thoughts and come off a bit blunt my cv and jobs before and aswell as etiquette and mind are very high. Hence why i got in with the 7 I did.
Loved the exams and the course. And i love the job and being a Butler. I have to practice even when not working and the stuff over learnt is off the walls.
For example. I can age a 1 year old red wine to a 10 year old one in 4 hours.
That sort of thing aswell as napkin flicking, crumming and how to silver serve. Also how to read people without speaking to them and reading what they want not asking. Alot of really weird but intense stuff.
I'm finally on my way home now. Now as Butler J J Bardall Van Hossen .
I will upload a picture when i get back. Seya then.
Kind Reagrds JJ