City and Guilds Award in Professional Bartending —Level 2
Duration: 20 Hours
Date: Semester 1: July 2020
Time: Evening Classes: 5:00—8:00 pm
Location: Hospitality and Services Campus, Ngatangiia
Number of Participants: 12
Must be 18 years and over. This vocationally related qualification has been designed by City & Guilds in order to:
• meet the needs of candidates who work or want to work as bartenders in the hospitality sector
• allow candidates to learn, develop and practice the skills required for employment and/or career progression in the hospitality sector
• contribute to the knowledge and understanding required for the related Level 2 Diploma in Food and Beverage Service
This unit provides candidates with specialist skills and knowledge in one area of the hospitality industry – the beverage sector. The unit is aimed at all first line operatives working in an environment that serves and prepares drinks. This includes bars, hotels and restaurants. Candidates will be introduced to the full range of products used in making drinks.
They will be able to prepare cocktails, select and use suitable types of glasses, and other aspects that will enable the learner to become a professional bartender. The unit also looks at the full range of equipment, identifies safety aspects and how to operate the equipment to deliver the desired drink quality. Candidates will bring together the knowledge and skills acquired to produce good quality drinks consistently. Candidates will be able to identify and correct problems as they arise.
It covers the importance of presenting a positive personal image, use of effective communication techniques and responsible serving and legislation connected to the sale of alcohol. The unit is designed to be taken as a stand-alone qualification to increase specialist skills and knowledge, but it can also be taken alongside other qualifications.
Course Fee: $200
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 12
- Assessments Yes