Hotel Management - Learn F&B Service (Skill Based)
What you'll learn
- Basics to F&B Service
- Overview of F&B Dept. with Roles and Responsibilities
- Menu Planning & Types of Menu's
- Introduction to Beverages, Glassware & Alcoholic Beverages
- Non Alcoholic Beverages
- Basic English Education
- Be able to read and view and comprehend
The Food and Beverage service industry engages itself in the provision of food and beverage, mainly to people who are away from their homes for various reasons. Such people need accommodation with food and beverages if they are away for a short duration of time. The basic needs of customers for food and beverages are met by the foodservice industry. The food and beverage service is a part of the service-oriented hospitality sector. It can be part of a large hotel or tourism business and it can also be run as an independent business.
This course aims to highlight how the Food and Beverage industry functions on a day to day basis to keep up the expectations of everyone and anyone of its customers. It throws light into the preparation and upkeep of facilities that are into the Food and Beverage business. For those of you looking to get a better understanding about the Food and Beverage Industry, this course acts as a stepping stone to get there, for other who are already in the industry and wish to enhance your knowledge, this course is the ideal one for you
With the help of this course, students and induviduals can apply for jobs in a list of the below mentioned sectors and establishments
Popular catering– Café, Coffee shop, Steak houses.
Fast Food– McDonalds, Burger King, KFC.
Take Away– Sandwich bar, Kiosks.
Banqueting, Conferences, Exhibitions.
Welfare Catering-Hospitals, School, Prison’s, College.
Transport Catering-Railway, Airlines, Cruise lines.
Who this course is for:
- F&B Supervisors
- Students Aspiring to work in Hospitality
- Employees already working in Hospitality
- Hotel Managers
- Hotel Owners
Aim to provide access to sustainable learner-centered teaching of vital skills with hands on practices in hotels through industry driven programs. Bridging the gap between demand and supply of trained hospitality personnel, constantly endeavoring to make significant contribution to the development of human resource talent required for the hospitality sector.