Lesson 1: The Business
Bar Business Basics
Principles of the Bar Business
Lesson 2: Customer Service
Lesson 3: Recipes
Lesson 4: Mixology
Lesson 5: Glassware
Lesson 6: Liquor (Spirits)
Lesson 7: Beer
Lesson 8: Wine
Lesson 9: Bar Function
Lesson 10: Sales
Lesson 11: Legal Issues
Lesson 12: Employment
Lesson 13: Private Bar Service
Lesson 14: Daily Operations
POS (Point-of-Sale) Systems
Lesson 15: People Skills
Lesson 16: Staff Issues
Bussers / Barbacks
Door Hosts / Security
Lesson 17: Revenues
Lesson 18: Sales and Marketing
Lesson 19: Cost Control
Lesson 20: Alternative Ventures and Occupations
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|Master Class of Bar Management
Creating an online learning experience for our students.
the field of management. Master Level Bar Management includes a more in-depth look at
mixology and management of the bar. This training is industry gold for bartenders, bar
managers and bar owners.
The course includes thorough instruction on bartending (the hub of your sales), bar management,
the basics of wine and champagne service, how to start a mobile bar service and alternative
occupations and ventures in the beverage industry. Divided into 20 lessons that you can finish
at your own pace within 90 days - but of course, if you need more time, just ask for an extension.
There are 10 tests with a score of 75% required to pass and receive the Professional Bartending
Certificate and the Master Level Bar Management Certificate. If you don't pass a test, you may
take it again for a fee of $5.
This fun course will give you a rare and broad perspective of the business. You will have
greater success as a manager if you take the time to learn all aspects of the beverage industry.
Two course workbooks for future reference, materials for home practice and hard copies of the
certificates are included in addition to bonuses that include all about bitters, absinthe and how
to create an informal business plan.