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Bar Management Collection (4 courses)

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Eventtrix

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Offer ends 01 August 2024
Study method
Online
Duration
175 hours · Self-paced
Access to content
60 days
Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
175 CPD hours / points
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price

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Overview

Run your own bar or walk into a job in any top venue with your know-how of bar management, mixing drinks and satisfying customers.

CPD

175 CPD hours / points
Accredited by The CPD Certification Service

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Description

In this course you will learn:

  • The whys, whats and hows of bar management:
  • Choosing bar management as a career path
  • Running your bar smoothly, and keeping it well stocked, safe, and profitable
  • Being an ace bartender
  • Keeping your bar business right on top of the game.


You will also learn the fundamentals of creating mouthwatering beverages that will put that magical smile on the faces of your customers.

Why study with us?

  • International Accredited Course
  • 60-day access
  • Self Paced, No Fixed Schedules
  • Compatible with Smartphones, tablets, laptops, etc.

Bar Management Course Content:

Module 1: Working In A Bar

  • Why choose Bar Management as a career?
  • What you need to get started
  • Following the law and responsible service of alcohol
  • The role of the bar manager

Module 2: The Bar Business

  • Managing bar employees
  • Procurement and suppliers
  • Efficient inventory management
  • Stocktaking and stock control
  • Preventing theft
  • Keeping it clean
  • Managing conflict and violence in bars

Module 3: Promoting Your Bar

  • Keeping up with the industry
  • Marketing
  • Social media
  • Deals
  • Repeat customers

Module 4: The Smart Bartender

  • Your individual style
  • Keeping customers happy
  • Stress management
  • Managing conflict and violence in bars
  • Organization

Module 5: Overview Of Drinks

  • Shooters
  • Cocktails
  • Exotic Drinks
  • Personalization

Bartender & Barista Course Content:

Module 1: Before You Start – Tools And Setup

  • 1.1. Bartending tools
  • 1.2. Setting up the bar
  • 1.3. Essential bar supplies

Module 2: Setting The Stage For Stylish Bartending

  • 2.1. Storing and serving
  • 2.2. Hygiene and safety
  • 2.3. Garnishes and mixers
  • 2.4. Style and presentation tips

Module 3: Mixology And Pouring

  • 3.1. Bartender terminology
  • 3.2. The three basic methods of mixology
  • 3.3. Other mixology methods
  • 3.4. Pouring techniques and free pouring

Module 4: Responsibility And Flair

  • 4.1. Cash register
  • 4.2. Customer service
  • 4.3. Responsible serving of alcohol
  • 4.4. Flair bartending

Module 5: Know Your Drinks – Liquors, Liqueurs, Whiskeys, And Brandies

  • 5.1. Liquors
  • 5.2. Liqueurs
  • 5.3. Whiskey: history and how it’s made
  • 5.4. Types of whiskey
  • 5.5. Brandy, cognac, and armagnac

Module 6: Know Your Drinks – Wine, Beer, Tequila, And More

  • 6.1. Vodka, gin, and rum
  • 6.2. Tequila and mescal
  • 6.3. Wine, port, sherry, and vermouth
  • 6.4. Beer: keg and cellar management

Module 7: Know Your Drinks – Creams, Sours, Martinis, And More

  • 7.1. Aperitifs
  • 7.2. Two-liquor drinks
  • 7.3. Cream drinks
  • 7.4. Sour drinks
  • 7.5. Martinis and manhattans

Module 8: Know Your Drinks – Hot, Exotic, Highball, And More

  • 8.1. Highball and juice
  • 8.2. Exotic drinks
  • 8.3. Hot drinks
  • 8.4. Shooters
  • 8.5. Cocktail recipes

Module 9: Origin And Cultivation Of Coffee

  • 9.1. A look at the coffee bean and its journey to our cups
  • 9.2. Coffee varieties, cultivars, and hybrids
  • 9.3. How coffee is harvested and processed
  • 9.4. Roasting techniques
  • 9.5. What happens to taste and quality through processing?

Module 10: Preparing To Brew

  • 10.1. Introduction to brewing methods
  • 10.2. Tasting tips
  • 10.3. How to prepare your coffee machine
  • 10.4. Setting your grinder
  • 10.5. How temperature and humidity affect coffee grinding
  • 10.6. Filling the portafilter and tamping the grinds

Module 11: Grinding And Espresso

  • 11.1. A close look at the grinder
  • 11.2. Cleaning your coffee machine
  • 11.3. Storing coffee and why it matters
  • 11.4. Single bean or blended
  • 11.5. Espresso trends and shots
  • 11.6. Espresso brew ratios

Module 12: Cream It Up

  • 12.1. Does your cream measure up?
  • 12.2. The science of milk and how it changes coffee
  • 12.3. Steaming, frothing, and giving texture to milk
  • 12.4. Choosing your jug and pouring freely
  • 12.5. Being creative with latte art
  • 12.6. Coffee menu: Americano, macchiato, cappuccino, mocha, and more

Cocktail Training & Menu Creation Course Content:

Module 1: History Of Cocktails

  • 1.1 Where it all began
  • 1.2 Early cocktails
  • 1.3 Evolution of the cocktail
  • 1.4 Cocktail trends through history

Module 2: Introduction To Liquor

  • 2.1 Whiskey and scotch
  • 2.2 Vodka
  • 2.3 Rum
  • 2.4 Tequila
  • 2.5 Gin
  • 2.6 Liqueurs
  • 2.7 Cordials

Module 3: Introduction To Cocktails

  • 3.1 Classic cocktails
  • 3.2 Highballs
  • 3.3 Two-liquor cocktails
  • 3.4 Martinis
  • 3.5 Shots

Module 4: Preparing The Bar

  • 4.1 Organising your station
  • 4.2 Glassware styles and uses
  • 4.3 Prepping garnishes
  • 4.4 Bar upkeep
  • 4.5 Helpful bar tools

Module 5: Interacting With The Customer

  • 5.1 Greeting
  • 5.2 Rules of etiquette
  • 5.3 Proper customer interaction
  • 5.4 Making appropriate recommendations
  • 5.5 Handling customer complaints with poise
  • 5.6 Dealing with a drunk customer

Module 6: Flair Bartending

  • 6.1 History
  • 6.2 Techniques
  • 6.3 Guidelines
  • 6.4 Improvisation
  • 6.5 Entertainment

Module 7: Pouring Technique

  • 7.1 Pouring a beer
  • 7.2 Opening wine and champagne
  • 7.3 Measuring
  • 7.4 Shaking and straining
  • 7.5 Mixing and muddling
  • 7.6 Floating and layering
  • 7.7 Free pouring

Module 8: Mixology

  • 8.1 The basics
  • 8.2 Properly making the classics
  • 8.3 Creating new and exciting drinks
  • 8.4 Planning a cocktail menu
  • 8.5 Rules to follow

Module 9: Popular Cocktails Around The Globe

  • 9.1 North America
  • 9.2 Europe
  • 9.3 Asia
  • 9.4 East Asia
  • 9.5 South America
  • 9.6 Central America
  • 9.7 Australia
  • 9.8 Africa

Module 10: Pairing Cocktails With Food Or Events

  • 10.1 Know your flavours
  • 10.2 Match the season
  • 10.3 Match the venue
  • 10.4 Food pairing
  • 10.5 Rules and guidelines

Wine Appreciation Course Content:

Module 1: Grape Varieties

  • 1.1 White grapes
  • 1.2 Black grapes
  • 1.3 Red grapes
  • 1.4 Hybrid grapes

Module 2: Winemaking

  • 2.1 Planting
  • 2.2 Harvesting
  • 2.3 Crushing
  • 2.4 Primary fermentation
  • 2.5 Pressing
  • 2.6 Secondary fermentation
  • 2.7 Blending
  • 2.8 Filtration

Module 3: Wine Varieties

  • 4.1 Red wine
  • 4.2 White wine
  • 4.3 Blends
  • 4.4 Rose
  • 4.5 Sparkling wine

Module 4: Why Are There So Many Wine Varieties?

  • 4.1 Factors that influence style
  • 4.2 Factors that influence quality
  • 4.3 Factors that influence price

Module 5: Wine Regions

  • 5.1 USA
  • 5.2 France
  • 5.3 Italy
  • 5.4 Spain
  • 5.5 South America
  • 5.6 Other regions

Module 6: Wine Tasting Process

  • 6.1 Vertical vs. horizontal tastings
  • 6.2 Sight
  • 6.3 Smell
  • 6.4 Taste
  • 6.6 Wine tasting etiquette
  • 6.7 Scoring wine

Module 7: What To Look For In Your Wine

  • 7.1 Balance
  • 7.2 Complexity and character
  • 7.3 Concentration
  • 7.4 Finish
  • 7.5 Faults

Module 8: Wine Pairings Wine & Food

  • 8.1 Purpose of wine pairings
  • 8.2 Classic pairings
  • 8.3 Effect of poor pairing

Module 9: How To Serve Wine

  • 9.1 Opening a bottle of wine
  • 9.2 Saving a bottle from a broken cork
  • 9.3 Proper pouring
  • 9.4 Using the right glass

Module 10: Proper Wine Storage

  • 10.1 How external variables affect wine
  • 10.2 Light whites and sparkling wines
  • 10.3 Medium-bodied whites and light-bodied reds
  • 10.4 Full-bodies whites and medium-bo

Who is this course for?

With this course, you could:

  • Start your career as a mixologist
  • Impress your bosses with your new skills, get a promotion or a raise
  • Be a more competent and confident bar manager
  • Wow family and friends with your cocktail-making skills

All courses are accredited by the International Council for Online Educational Standards (ICOES). After passing any exams and completing a course successfully, students can opt to purchase an ICOES certificate from the third-party institution.

EventTrix is also CPD certified, meaning the courses meet or exceed Continuing Professional Development standards and benchmarks.

Requirements

EventTrix courses are designed for anyone with an interest in learning. No formal qualifications are required. Our courses are suitable if you want to learn new skills, start a new career, or if you’re already working in a particular industry and wish to upgrade your talents and enhance your resume.

Career path

Give yourself an advantage.

Having bar management education will open new doors to you, whether you are looking for an internship or even a bar management position at a top venue, this is the foundation you need to build your career on.

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Liam asked:

Hi Will I receive a recognised certificate upon completion of this course?

Answer:

Hi Liam, thank you for your query. Upon successfully completing the course and passing any exams, we offer a number of ways for you to validate your knowledge with high-quality, affordable accreditation options. These internationally recognized certificates and transcripts increase and validate market value and act as a visible acknowledgement of your achievement. These can be previewed and purchased directly from your account or on our website. Kind regards, the Eventtrix team

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Kudzai asked:

Can i work in cruise ship using this bartender certificate?.

Answer:

Hi Kudzai, Thank you for your query. Our courses are internationally recognized as accredited by international institutions like ICOES and CPD. I invite you to have a look at the course syllabus on REED to learn more about its content and the opportunities it opens. Daniel - Eventtrix Team

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