Bar Service

ADL - Academy for Distance Learning
Distancia

£ 325 - (386 )
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Wichtige informationen

  • Vocational qualification
  • Fernunterricht
  • Wann:
    Freie Auswahl
Beschreibung

Bar staff are employed in restaurants, and bars to primarily service customers with drinks, and secondarily, food(occasionally other things such as cigarettes and cigars).



In some situations, bar staff may only dispense drinks and snacks such as nuts and potato crisps. In other situations (eg. at a pub), bar staff may be required to take orders for "counter meals", and dispense the meals after they have been prepared by the cook.



General duties for bar staff at all times will be:



Providing Service to customers

Cleaning (including the bar, tables & glass ware)

Customer Relations

Bar staff often have duties segregated from food service staff; although in many restaurants, the same person might perform both duties. Essentially food service staff are responsible for meals and bar staff for drinks and light snacks. Menus can vary significantly depending on the type of establishment. In today's ever changing world, there is increasing innovation, and the rules of traditional bar service are increasingly broken. As such, bar staff may very often find themselves performing various food service duties.Bar staff are employed in restaurants, and bars to primarily service customers with drinks, and secondarily, food(occasionally other things such as cigarettes and cigars).



In some situations, bar staff may only dispense drinks and snacks such as nuts and potato crisps. In other situations (eg. at a pub), bar staff may be required to take orders for "counter meals", and dispense the meals after they have been prepared by the cook.

Wichtige informationen
Veranstaltungsort(e)

Wo und wann

Beginn Lage
Freie Auswahl
Distance Learning

Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?

Management
Accounts
Presentation
Staff
Protocol
Quality
Food Handling
Food Service
Innovation
Layout
Art
Glass
Wine
Appreciation
Industry
Cleaning
Quality Training
IT Management
Skills and Training
Holiday Planning, Hospitality, Bartending

Themenkreis

Lesson Structure: Bar Service VTR204

There are 7 lessons:

Introduction
Industry orientation
Presentation
Bar equipment and layout, etc.
Alcoholic Product orientation
Become familiar with the range of alcoholic products found commonly in a bar including spirits, beer and wine.
Non Alcoholic Drinks
Become familiar with the range of non-alcoholic drinks that can be found at a bar; different coffee and tea types.
Service Procedures
Protocol
Dealing with customers
Food handling
Tray service
Accounts, etc.
Learn the service procedures for a range of situations from an a la Carte restaurant to a bar and grill.
Mixing Drinks
Develop an ability to mix a range of cocktails and other drinks in a bar.
Learn the art of flairing and how to make a Tequila Sunrise.
Wine Appreciation
Understanding and appreciation of different wines.
Learn which wines go best with seafood, meat and cheese platters.
Establishing a Bar Service
Consolidate skills so far developed to establish or improve the management of a bar service
Each lesson culminates in an assignment which is submitted to the academy for marking by your tutor and returned to you with any relevant suggestions, comments, and if necessary, extra reading.

Learning Goals: Bar Service VTR204

This course provides general knowledge for anyone who wants to work behind a bar or as a drinks waiter. In this course you will develop a broad understanding of the industry. Through this course you will:

To develop a broad understanding of the industry
Identify and describe the range of alcoholic products found commonly in a bar.
Identify and describe a range of non alcoholic drinks available at bars.
Develop an understanding of how to provide improved service to bar customers.
Develop an ability to mix a range of drinks
Identify and describe a wide variety of different wines.
Consolidate skills so far developed to establish or improve the management of a bar service.
Duties of Bar Staff

Bar staff often have duties segregated from food service staff; although in many restaurants, the same person might perform both duties. Essentially food service staff are responsible for meals and bar staff for drinks and light snacks. Menus can vary significantly depending on the type of establishment. In today’s ever changing world, there is increasing innovation, and the rules of traditional bar service are increasingly broken. As such, bar staff may very often find themselves performing various food service duties.

become familiar with alcoholic drinks such as wine, spirits, beers and cocktails
learn how to make non-alcoholic drinks including cappucinos, chai lattes and other speciality teas
learn how to provide quality service to bar customers
mix a range of cocktails and other drinks and
learn the fundamentals of wine appreciation.Lesson Structure: Bar Service VTR204

There are 7 lessons:

Introduction
Industry orientation
Presentation
Bar equipment and layout, etc.
Alcoholic Product orientation
Become familiar with the range of alcoholic products found commonly in a bar including spirits, beer and wine.
Non Alcoholic Drinks
Become familiar with the range of non-alcoholic drinks that can be found at a bar; different coffee and tea types.
Service Procedures
Protocol
Dealing with customers
Food handling
Tray service
Accounts, etc.
Learn the service procedures for a range of situations from an a la Carte restaurant to a bar and grill.
Mixing Drinks
Develop an ability to mix a range of cocktails and other drinks in a bar.
Learn the art of flairing and how to make a Tequila Sunrise.
Wine Appreciation
Understanding and appreciation of different wines.
Learn which wines go best with seafood, meat and cheese platters.
Establishing a Bar Service
Consolidate skills so far developed to establish or improve the management of a bar service
Each lesson culminates in an assignment which is submitted to the academy for marking by your tutor and returned to you with any relevant suggestions, comments, and if necessary, extra reading.

Learning Goals: Bar Service VTR204

This course provides general knowledge for anyone who wants to work behind a bar or as a drinks waiter. In this course you will develop a broad understanding of the industry. Through this course you will:

To develop a broad understanding of the industry
Identify and describe the range of alcoholic products found commonly in a bar.
Identify and describe a range of non alcoholic drinks available at bars.
Develop an understanding of how to provide improved service to bar customers.
Develop an ability to mix a range of drinks
Identify and describe a wide variety of different wines.
Consolidate skills so far developed to establish or improve the management of a bar service.
Duties of Bar Staff

Bar staff often have duties segregated from food service staff; although in many restaurants, the same person might perform both duties. Essentially food service staff are responsible for meals and bar staff for drinks and light snacks. Menus can vary significantly depending on the type of establishment. In today’s ever changing world, there is increasing innovation, and the rules of traditional bar service are increasingly broken. As such, bar staff may very often find themselves performing various food service duties.

become familiar with alcoholic drinks such as wine, spirits, beers and cocktails
learn how to make non-alcoholic drinks including cappucinos, chai lattes and other speciality teas
learn how to provide quality service to bar customers
mix a range of cocktails and other drinks and
learn the fundamentals of wine appreciation.Lesson Structure: Bar Service VTR204

There are 7 lessons:

Introduction
Industry orientation
Presentation
Bar equipment and layout, etc.
Alcoholic Product orientation
Become familiar with the range of alcoholic products found commonly in a bar including spirits, beer and wine.
Non Alcoholic Drinks
Become familiar with the range of non-alcoholic drinks that can be found at a bar; different coffee and tea types.
Service Procedures
Protocol
Dealing with customers
Food handling
Tray service
Accounts, etc.
Learn the service procedures for a range of situations from an a la Carte restaurant to a bar and grill.
Mixing Drinks
Develop an ability to mix a range of cocktails and other drinks in a bar.
Learn the art of flairing and how to make a Tequila Sunrise.
Wine Appreciation
Understanding and appreciation of different wines.
Learn which wines go best with seafood, meat and cheese platters.
Establishing a Bar Service
Consolidate skills so far developed to establish or improve the management of a bar service
Each lesson culminates in an assignment which is submitted to the academy for marking by your tutor and returned to you with any relevant suggestions, comments, and if necessary, extra reading.

Learning Goals: Bar Service VTR204

This course provides general knowledge for anyone who wants to work behind a bar or as a drinks waiter. In this course you will develop a broad understanding of the industry. Through this course you will:

To develop a broad understanding of the industry
Identify and describe the range of alcoholic products found commonly in a bar.
Identify and describe a range of non alcoholic drinks available at bars.
Develop an understanding of how to provide improved service to bar customers.
Develop an ability to mix a range of drinks
Identify and describe a wide variety of different wines.
Consolidate skills so far developed to establish or improve the management of a bar service.
Duties of Bar Staff

Bar staff often have duties segregated from food service staff; although in many restaurants, the same person might perform both duties. Essentially food service staff are responsible for meals and bar staff for drinks and light snacks. Menus can vary significantly depending on the type of establishment. In today’s ever changing world, there is increasing innovation, and the rules of traditional bar service are increasingly broken. As such, bar staff may very often find themselves performing various food service duties.

become familiar with alcoholic drinks such as wine, spirits, beers and cocktails
learn how to make non-alcoholic drinks including cappucinos, chai lattes and other speciality teas
learn how to provide quality service to bar customers
mix a range of cocktails and other drinks and
learn the fundamentals of wine appreciation.Lesson Structure: Bar Service VTR204

There are 7 lessons:

Introduction
Industry orientation
Presentation
Bar equipment and layout, etc.
Alcoholic Product orientation
Become familiar with the range of alcoholic products found commonly in a bar including spirits, beer and wine.
Non Alcoholic Drinks
Become familiar with the range of non-alcoholic drinks that can be found at a bar; different coffee and tea types.
Service Procedures
Protocol
Dealing with customers
Food handling
Tray service
Accounts, etc.
Learn the service procedures for a range of situations from an a la Carte restaurant to a bar and grill.
Mixing Drinks
Develop an ability to mix a range of cocktails and other drinks in a bar.
Learn the art of flairing and how to make a Tequila Sunrise.
Wine Appreciation
Understanding and appreciation of different wines.
Learn which wines go best with seafood, meat and cheese platters.
Establishing a Bar Service
Consolidate skills so far developed to establish or improve the management of a bar service
Each lesson culminates in an assignment which is submitted to the academy for marking by your tutor and returned to you with any relevant suggestions, comments, and if necessary, extra reading.

Learning Goals: Bar Service VTR204

This course provides general knowledge for anyone who wants to work behind a bar or as a drinks waiter. In this course you will develop a broad understanding of the industry. Through this course you will:

To develop a broad understanding of the industry
Identify and describe the range of alcoholic products found commonly in a bar.
Identify and describe a range of non alcoholic drinks available at bars.
Develop an understanding of how to provide improved service to bar customers.
Develop an ability to mix a range of drinks
Identify and describe a wide variety of different wines.
Consolidate skills so far developed to establish or improve the management of a bar service.
Duties of Bar Staff

Bar staff often have duties segregated from food service staff; although in many restaurants, the same person might perform both duties. Essentially food service staff are responsible for meals and bar staff for drinks and light snacks. Menus can vary significantly depending on the type of establishment. In today’s ever changing world, there is increasing innovation, and the rules of traditional bar service are increasingly broken. As such, bar staff may very often find themselves performing various food service duties.

become familiar with alcoholic drinks such as wine, spirits, beers and cocktails
learn how to make non-alcoholic drinks including cappucinos, chai lattes and other speciality teas
learn how to provide quality service to bar customers
mix a range of cocktails and other drinks and
learn the fundamentals of wine appreciation.Lesson Structure: Bar Service VTR204


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