Equipped with varied experience and an in-depth knowledge of alcohol and service regulations, the instructors at Fine Art Bartending School guide their students toward mixology mastery or job placement in the bartending industry during intensive five-day courses. While many schools focus solely on the craft, Fine Art's instructors also hone customer service skills through a guest bartending program at local bars and clubs—teaching students tip-enhancing approaches and how to graciously deflect customer's attempts at Bryan Adams sing-alongs. They also hold individual classes targeted at everyday drinkers, divulging industry-style instructions for blending specific drinks, performing difficult mixes, or pouring the perfect beer.
Kids love building things almost as much as they love destroying things. A stack of blocks is a crash waiting to happen, just as cupcake batter is an aerial missile waiting on a mold. Herein lies the genius of Legos: kids may build, then they must disassemble––funneling children's capacity for creativity. Bricks 4 Kidz organizes this interlocking rise and fall of Lego bricks with diverse programs and events. Whether it's an afterschool, pre-school, or in-school program, they help kids trigger their imagination with not just Legos, but with stories and learning opportunities. Special themed bricks cast kids into outer space or onto the sets of their favorite movies and video games. For more advanced activities, kids can create stop-motion animation or junior robots.
With campuses in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and British Columbia, Centre for Arts and Technology draws on the local arts scenes in these provinces, while also staying connected to each other through video conferencing. This allows students to explore and participate with their neighborhood arts community and still be able to take a class across the country. These class programs may include animation, music production, filmmaking, photography, interior design, and web design, which is home decorating for spiders. Its strong selection of arts courses explains how the centre has built its list of industry contacts over more than 30 years, which aid students on their career paths.