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SITHFAB010 Prepare & Serve Cocktails

Summary

Do you want to stand out to potential employers? Be ahead of other the other applicants for positions in the Hospitality industry with Practical Skills that include how to prepare and serve a range of modern and traditional cocktails. It requires the ability to promote, prepare and present attractive cocktails and experiment with ideas to develop new cocktail recipes.

COST $90.00

DURATION: 6 Hours

**NOTE: You must have completed SITHFAB002 Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol, to do this course**

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Outline

This course will train you with the skills and knowledge required to prepare and serve a range of modern and traditional cocktails. It requires the ability to promote, prepare and present attractive cocktails and experiment with ideas to develop new cocktail recipes.

Why Should I Attend?

This course will equip you with this skills and knowledge to prepare and present a diverse range of cocktails, using organisational and traditional recipes, to meet diverse customer requests including these types:

  • blended
  • built
  • floated
  • muddled
  • shaken
  • stirred

You will present multiple cocktails, accompaniments and garnishes attractively and decoratively that are consistent in quality, volume and appearance, use the correct equipment, ingredients and standard measures to prepare cocktails, prepare and present cocktails over multiple service periods, work with speed and efficiency to deal with numerous service tasks simultaneously, major types of cocktails and their characteristics, traditional and organisation recipes and preparation methods for popular cocktails, organisational and traditional industry standards for presentation.

Duration

This course provides you with 6 hours of practical experience.

Some elements covered in this course:

  • 1. Promote cocktails to customers
    • 1.1 Use display materials to promote cocktails
    • 1.2 Offer customers accurate information about the style and range of cocktails available and encourage their purchase
    • 1.3 Check and identify specific customer preferences and take orders
    • 1.4 Make recommendations and suggestions to assist customers with drink selection, and promote or upsell products
  • 2. Prepare cocktails
    • 2.1 Select appropriate cocktail glassware and equipment and use them according to organisational and traditional industry standards
    • 2.2 Make cocktails correctly and efficiently according to organisational and traditional recipes
    • 2.3 Consider eye appeal, texture, flavour and required temperature in preparing cocktails
    • 2.4 Evaluate presentation of cocktails and make adjustments before serving
    • 2.5 Experiment with creative and complementary combinations of alcoholic and non-alcoholic ingredients to develop new cocktails
  • 3. Present cocktails
    • 3.1 Present cocktails attractively and maximise eye appeal
    • 3.2 Use garnishes and decorations according to organisational and traditional standards
    • 3.3 Avoid wastage and spillage during service
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