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Front-of-House Training or Management Training at Restaurant & Bar Industry Training (Up to 56% Off)

Restaurant & Bar Industry Training

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Front-of-house training covers serving, bartending, and relevant codes; management training touches on all roles

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $139 for 40 hours of bartending and front-of-house restaurant training (a $300 value)
  • $199 for 60 hours of restaurant-management training (a $450 value)

Front-of-the-house training covers the arts of bartending, waiting tables, serving, making cocktails, and maintaining a hospitable and professional attitude. Management training illuminates all of the restaurant’s roles, including chef, bar and serving services, as well as responsibilities such as inventory management, code enforcement, and personality management. With completion in as little as two-to-three weeks, students will be certified as professionally trained, and will also receive assistance finding employment in the industry. See the classes page for schedules.

Restaurant & Bar Industry Training

Learning to cook, waitress, bartend, and barback may seem like overpreparing for the food industry, but Restaurant & Bar Industry Training’s experts know that restaurant managers need all of these skills and more. The team teaches future managers the fundamentals of each role they aspire to supervise, as well as skills such as code enforcement and inventory management. Alternatively, the school’s 40-hour classes can focus on front-of-house roles, such as bartending and waitressing, or behind-the-scenes skills, such as cooking or assembling the restaurant’s booths every morning. Regardless of its area of focus, each course culminates in a final exam; students that score 80% or higher receive certification in their area of study.

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