About

Bartending is a globally required, in demand skill that can land you a career just about anywhere. That’s why we’ve created this Bartender and Barista Training class – to help get you hired at the best bars, cafes and venues. 

Dive into the world of hospitality by learning: 

  • Must-know customer service tips, including how to serve alcohol responsibly
  • All about the equipment needed and how to set up a bar
  • Mixology methods, including impressive pouring techniques
  • Everything you need to know about the different types of alcohol and how to serve it
  • From sours and martinis to highballs and manhattans, learn how to make the perfect drink for every customer
  • How to make true barista coffee and speciality brews
  • How to store, grind and brew various types of coffee
  • Tips for steaming and frothing milk
  • How to get creative with your free pour latte art

 

What you will learn

During this course, you’ll get the answers to all the important questions like:

  • What water to coffee ratios do I use for different coffees?
  • What’s the perfect temperature for brewing?
  • What grind settings do I use and when?
  • How can I make sure it’s a superb cup of coffee and not just average?
  • How do the different whiskeys differ?
  • What shaking techniques suit which cocktails?
  • How can I master free pouring and get quantities right?
  • Why is tequila different from other alcohols?
  • How do I look after the beers and manage the cellar?
  • What do I need to know about serving alcohol responsibly?
  • How do I set up my bar properly?

Requirements

International Open Academy courses are designed for anyone with an interest in learning. No formal qualifications are required to study with us. Our courses are suitable if you want to learn new skills, start a new career, or if you’re already working in a particular industry and wish to upgrade your talents and enhance your resume.

Lessons

Course Breakdown

Module 1: Before You Start – Tools And Setup
  • 1.1. Bartending tools
  • 1.2. Setting up the bar
  • 1.3. Essential bar supplies
Module 2: Setting The Stage For Stylish Bartending
  • 2.1. Storing and serving
  • 2.2. Hygiene and safety
  • 2.3. Garnishes and mixers
  • 2.4. Style and presentation tips
Module 3: Mixology And Pouring
  • 3.1. Bartender terminology
  • 3.2. The three basic methods of mixology
  • 3.3. Other mixology methods
  • 3.4. Pouring techniques and free pouring
Module 4: Responsibility And Flair
  • 4.1. Cash register
  • 4.2. Customer service
  • 4.3. Responsible serving of alcohol
  • 4.4. Flair bartending
Module 5: Know Your Drinks – Liquors, Liqueurs, Whiskeys, And Brandies
  • 5.1. Liquors
  • 5.2. Liqueurs
  • 5.3. Whiskey: history and how it’s made
  • 5.4. Types of whiskey
  • 5.5. Brandy, cognac, and armagnac
Module 6: Know Your Drinks – Wine, Beer, Tequila, And More
  • 6.1. Vodka, gin, and rum
  • 6.2. Tequila and mescal
  • 6.3. Wine, port, sherry, and vermouth
  • 6.4. Beer: keg and cellar management
Module 7: Know Your Drinks – Creams, Sours, Martinis, And More
  • 7.1. Aperitifs
  • 7.2. Two-liquor drinks
  • 7.3. Cream drinks
  • 7.4. Sour drinks
  • 7.5. Martinis and manhattans
Module 8: Know Your Drinks – Hot, Exotic, Highball, And More
  • 8.1. Highball and juice
  • 8.2. Exotic drinks
  • 8.3. Hot drinks
  • 8.4. Shooters
  • 8.5. Cocktail recipes
Module 9: Origin And Cultivation Of Coffee
  • 9.1. A look at the coffee bean and its journey to our cups
  • 9.2. Coffee varieties, cultivars, and hybrids
  • 9.3. How coffee is harvested and processed
  • 9.4. Roasting techniques
  • 9.5. What happens to taste and quality through processing?
Module 10: Preparing To Brew
  • 10.1. Introduction to brewing methods
  • 10.2. Tasting tips
  • 10.3. How to prepare your coffee machine
  • 10.4. Setting your grinder
  • 10.5. How temperature and humidity affect coffee grinding
  • 10.6. Filling the portafilter and tamping the grinds
Module 11: Grinding And Espresso
  • 11.1. A close look at the grinder
  • 11.2. Cleaning your coffee machine
  • 11.3. Storing coffee and why it matters
  • 11.4. Single bean or blended
  • 11.5. Espresso trends and shots
  • 11.6. Espresso brew ratios
Module 12: Cream It Up
  • 12.1. Does your cream measure up?
  • 12.2. The science of milk and how it changes coffee
  • 12.3. Steaming, frothing, and giving texture to milk
  • 12.4. Choosing your jug and pouring freely
  • 12.5. Being creative with latte art
  • 12.6. Coffee menu: Americano, macchiato, cappuccino, mocha, and more

Career

Who is this course for

  • Anyone looking to start a career as a bartender or barista
  • Current bartenders and baristas looking to broaden their knowledge
  • People interested in opening their own bars, cafes or nightclubs
  • Anyone looking for a way to make an extra income anywhere around the world

    Career path

    • Become an experienced bartender and barista 
    • Pick up seasonal jobs at festivals, sporting events and abroad
    • Set yourself up for success when opening up a new cafe, bar or club

    Certification

    To receive certification, you must complete every page of the course and score at least 55% on the exam at the end of the course.

    After successfully completing the course, you will immediately be able to download your PDF course certificate so you can instantly add it to your CV and display your achievement.

    All our courses are accredited by the International Council for Online Educational Standards - www.icoes.org (accreditation number ICOES/00763/13/36). Most of our courses will earn you credits through Continuing Education (CE).

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    About

    Bartending is a globally required, in demand skill that can land you a career just about anywhere. That’s why we’ve created this Bartender and Barista Training class – to help get you hired at the best bars, cafes and venues. 

    Dive into the world of hospitality by learning: 

    • Must-know customer service tips, including how to serve alcohol responsibly
    • All about the equipment needed and how to set up a bar
    • Mixology methods, including impressive pouring techniques
    • Everything you need to know about the different types of alcohol and how to serve it
    • From sours and martinis to highballs and manhattans, learn how to make the perfect drink for every customer
    • How to make true barista coffee and speciality brews
    • How to store, grind and brew various types of coffee
    • Tips for steaming and frothing milk
    • How to get creative with your free pour latte art

     

    What you will learn

    During this course, you’ll get the answers to all the important questions like:

    • What water to coffee ratios do I use for different coffees?
    • What’s the perfect temperature for brewing?
    • What grind settings do I use and when?
    • How can I make sure it’s a superb cup of coffee and not just average?
    • How do the different whiskeys differ?
    • What shaking techniques suit which cocktails?
    • How can I master free pouring and get quantities right?
    • Why is tequila different from other alcohols?
    • How do I look after the beers and manage the cellar?
    • What do I need to know about serving alcohol responsibly?
    • How do I set up my bar properly?

    Requirements

    International Open Academy courses are designed for anyone with an interest in learning. No formal qualifications are required to study with us. Our courses are suitable if you want to learn new skills, start a new career, or if you’re already working in a particular industry and wish to upgrade your talents and enhance your resume.

    Lessons

    Course Breakdown

    Module 1: Before You Start – Tools And Setup
    • 1.1. Bartending tools
    • 1.2. Setting up the bar
    • 1.3. Essential bar supplies
    Module 2: Setting The Stage For Stylish Bartending
    • 2.1. Storing and serving
    • 2.2. Hygiene and safety
    • 2.3. Garnishes and mixers
    • 2.4. Style and presentation tips
    Module 3: Mixology And Pouring
    • 3.1. Bartender terminology
    • 3.2. The three basic methods of mixology
    • 3.3. Other mixology methods
    • 3.4. Pouring techniques and free pouring
    Module 4: Responsibility And Flair
    • 4.1. Cash register
    • 4.2. Customer service
    • 4.3. Responsible serving of alcohol
    • 4.4. Flair bartending
    Module 5: Know Your Drinks – Liquors, Liqueurs, Whiskeys, And Brandies
    • 5.1. Liquors
    • 5.2. Liqueurs
    • 5.3. Whiskey: history and how it’s made
    • 5.4. Types of whiskey
    • 5.5. Brandy, cognac, and armagnac
    Module 6: Know Your Drinks – Wine, Beer, Tequila, And More
    • 6.1. Vodka, gin, and rum
    • 6.2. Tequila and mescal
    • 6.3. Wine, port, sherry, and vermouth
    • 6.4. Beer: keg and cellar management
    Module 7: Know Your Drinks – Creams, Sours, Martinis, And More
    • 7.1. Aperitifs
    • 7.2. Two-liquor drinks
    • 7.3. Cream drinks
    • 7.4. Sour drinks
    • 7.5. Martinis and manhattans
    Module 8: Know Your Drinks – Hot, Exotic, Highball, And More
    • 8.1. Highball and juice
    • 8.2. Exotic drinks
    • 8.3. Hot drinks
    • 8.4. Shooters
    • 8.5. Cocktail recipes
    Module 9: Origin And Cultivation Of Coffee
    • 9.1. A look at the coffee bean and its journey to our cups
    • 9.2. Coffee varieties, cultivars, and hybrids
    • 9.3. How coffee is harvested and processed
    • 9.4. Roasting techniques
    • 9.5. What happens to taste and quality through processing?
    Module 10: Preparing To Brew
    • 10.1. Introduction to brewing methods
    • 10.2. Tasting tips
    • 10.3. How to prepare your coffee machine
    • 10.4. Setting your grinder
    • 10.5. How temperature and humidity affect coffee grinding
    • 10.6. Filling the portafilter and tamping the grinds
    Module 11: Grinding And Espresso
    • 11.1. A close look at the grinder
    • 11.2. Cleaning your coffee machine
    • 11.3. Storing coffee and why it matters
    • 11.4. Single bean or blended
    • 11.5. Espresso trends and shots
    • 11.6. Espresso brew ratios
    Module 12: Cream It Up
    • 12.1. Does your cream measure up?
    • 12.2. The science of milk and how it changes coffee
    • 12.3. Steaming, frothing, and giving texture to milk
    • 12.4. Choosing your jug and pouring freely
    • 12.5. Being creative with latte art
    • 12.6. Coffee menu: Americano, macchiato, cappuccino, mocha, and more

    Career

    Who is this course for

    • Anyone looking to start a career as a bartender or barista
    • Current bartenders and baristas looking to broaden their knowledge
    • People interested in opening their own bars, cafes or nightclubs
    • Anyone looking for a way to make an extra income anywhere around the world

      Career path

      • Become an experienced bartender and barista 
      • Pick up seasonal jobs at festivals, sporting events and abroad
      • Set yourself up for success when opening up a new cafe, bar or club

      Certification

      To receive certification, you must complete every page of the course and score at least 55% on the exam at the end of the course.

      After successfully completing the course, you will immediately be able to download your PDF course certificate so you can instantly add it to your CV and display your achievement.

      All our courses are accredited by the International Council for Online Educational Standards - www.icoes.org (accreditation number ICOES/00763/13/36). Most of our courses will earn you credits through Continuing Education (CE).

      ICOES

      Accredited

      CPD/CE

      Accredited

      33515

      Students Enrolled

      Money-Back

      Guarantee