Your bar is a profit centre and key customer engagement point—are your guests being WOWed?
A well trained Bartender needs to know much more than how to mix a wide variety of drinks. emerit trained Bartenders learn the best selling techniques, enhance their beverage knowledge to become a master of mixology, and learn effective engagement and communication skills.
This is especially critical when dealing with difficult customers. Everyone is watching— how you handle yourself as a bartender will become a story other patrons tell. emerit trained bartenders are prepared for best and worst case scenarios.
With emerit Bartender training, you will study the following modules:
- Tourism Awareness
- Interpersonal Skills
- Food and Beverage Product Knowledge
- Tools and Equipment
- Service Support Duties
- Providing Service
- Beverage Preparation and Service
- Processing Payments
- Sanitation and Safety
- Responsible Alcohol Service
The industry-forged emerit training represents the collective expertise of bartenders and industry leaders across Canada. Your future bartending will be more efficient — while you also learn the value of customer engagement. Your guests will stay longer, return often and generate positive word-of-mouth for your employer—that's a win-win scenario for both of you.
Take pride in your work; get emerit Bartender training to acquire the skills and certification to gain the recognition. When you complete the certification process, you will be awarded the Tourism Certified Professional (TCP) designation. To get started, select the most convenient training format from the list below.