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Our Bartending Course features facilities that have completely operational bars for the students’ instruction.  Each bar is arranged as if you were training on the job, using blenders, soda guns, sinks, glassware, speed racks, ice bins, and bottles so that you will gain knowledge of by doing.

Techniques of Speed - In this section of the bartending course, students are taught how to prepare multiple drinks orders rapidly and correctly.

Equipment and Bar Set Up -Students will learn how to arrange the bar and work station for the upcoming day.  They will also learn how to utilize and keep up all the tools of bartending.

Mixology - This part of the bartending course instructs students in the principles of mixology.  This is the fine art of drink mixing. Students gain knowledge of over 100 basic and fancy cocktails.

Liquors - During this section of the bartending training, students learn about the liquors they use.

Garnishes and Fruit Cutting - Students will be trained how to slice fruit and decorate tropical and specialty drinks.

Profit Pouring - This section of the bartending course teaches suggestive selling techniques that will enhance bar sales and tips.
 
Wines -Students obtain an understanding of wine service, tasting, and the distinction between wines.

Beer - Students are shown how to pour draft beer and tap a keg.

Customer Service-Students learn how to give efficient well-mannered service.  Knowing how to provide superior service equals excellent tips that convert into money in your pocket.

Alcohol Awareness - Students learn to serve alcohol with care and attentiveness.  Several states now require bartenders to have this training before licensing.

Flair Training - In this course, students will study the art of flair bartending.  Learn to master the moves of the skilled bartender and make Tom Cruise look mediocre after attending this course.

Health and Safety / Legal Responsibilities (certification) - Students will learn the legal responsibilities, health and safety concerns of the workplace.  Certification is also available.

Cash Register Procedures and Cash Handling – In this part of the bartending course students will learn to correctly operate a cash register and credit card authorization machine.  They will also learn the correct methods of managing cash.

Resumes and Interviewing Techniques - You will learn successful interviewing for a bartending position.  Students are trained on how to fill out an application, resume preparation, and how to dress and respond to interview questions.

 

 

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