Open to anyone looking start out as a bar person or improve their knowledge on bars in events and venues. It will look to up-skill anyone wanting to progress in the drinks business and trained individuals are considered for opportunities for work.
Events Bar Operations - Introduction on service
Build a pop up bar and set up
Venue Bar - Introduction on service
Bar set up, types, service, license activity
Practical advice on the basics in cocktail preparation
Useful Information for the Bar
Identify the differences between an event bar and a venue bar
Know the basics in the set up and break down of the bar
Understand the technical procedures and good working practise of a bar
Understand basics in making house cocktails
Know the responsibilities of a bar person and how to work in a team
Understand stock control
Wine service and knowledge
Identify the different equipment used in a bar
Know the basic Licensing Act 2003
Training manual and work book is provided.
Certificate to qualify for industry standards including all skills covered with written reference
Renard Resources will be your referee and confirm your aptitudes for the completed course.
Hot beverages and light refreshments provided during breaks
Training is provided by a REC (Recruitment and Employment Confederation) accredited company
Wednesday 18th July 2018
Thursday 26th July 2018
Wednesday 1st August 2018
Wednesday 29th August 2018
Who is this course for?
Anyone that has worked in hospitality and wants to specialist in beverage service.
Anyone working on the bar wanting to improve their skills and knowledge.
Anyone looking to go into the events industry.
There are no requirements all we say be proactive with questions, there is a lot of information to take on so stay focused and enjoy the training.
Anyone who wants to expand their skill set as this will help them towards hospitality management.
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