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Outline
Lesson 1:  The Business
Bar Business Basics
Principles of the Bar Business
Personal Excellence
Professionalism

Lesson 2:  Customer Service
Moody Guests
Complaints
Free Alcohol
Intoxication
Liability

Lesson 3:  Recipes
Flash Cards
Vodka Cocktails
Gin Cocktails
Rum Cocktails
Tequila Cocktails
Whiskey Cocktails
Sours
Teas
Rocks Cocktails
Martinis
Wine/Champagne
Frozen Drinks
Muddled Drinks
Coffee Drinks
Originals
Shots
Specialty Shots
Party Punch
Non-Alcoholic
Garnishes

Lesson 4:  Mixology
Portions
Pouring
Shot Exercises
Make Cocktail
Mixing Martinis
Layering
Terminology
Tools

Lesson 5:  Glassware
Glass Basics
Glassware Use
Washing Glasses

Lesson 6:  Liquor (Spirits)
Vodka
Gin
Rum
Tequila
Whiskey
Scotch
Irish Whiskey
Brandy
Liqueurs
Distillation

Lesson 7:  Beer
Beer Brands
Beer Language
Tap Beer

Lesson 8:  Wine
Wine Production
Wine Temperature
Wine Service
Wine Language

Lesson 9:  Bar Function
Set-up
Speed
Well

Lesson 10:  Sales
POS (Point-of-Sale)
Pricing
Upselling
Tips

Lesson 11:  Legal Issues
Safety
Sanitation
IDs
FLAG

Lesson 12:  Employment
Venues
Resumes
Interviews
Hired

Lesson 13:  Private Bar Service
Selections
Event Checklist
Menu Planning
Portable Bars
Rates
Invoices
Partnerships

Lesson 14:  Alternative Ventures and Occupations
Occupations
Ventures
Internet
Good Luck!
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You will learn all you need to know to become a professional working bartender in this online
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occupations in the beverage industry, alternative ways to make money, and how to start a
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Though this course offers professional certification, a bartending certificate is not enough.   
Your training and performance are what managers consider when hiring bartenders.  Expert
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Divided into 14 lessons, you will have 90 days to complete the course.  You will take 5 tests
with a score of 75% required to pass and earn your digital Expert Level Bartending Certificate.
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