Welcome to Hospitality Training and Bartending Institute
Bartending is an exciting and challenging way to earn a very good living and have lots of fun. The bar atmosphere is a busy one,where people celebrate happy occasions and commiserate at their low points. In both situations, however, it is the bartender who makes the experience worthwhile!
Nationwide, the average income for bartenders is $37,000 a year, but this varies depending on the bartender's skills. Bartenders who have practiced the art with proper training and techniques can earn considerably higher income. To do this, a bartender must have the ability to draw and keep customers coming back.
At Hospitality Training and Bartending Institute in Daytona Beach, you'll learn everything you need to know to earn a great income and be the kind of bartender every bar owner loves! We are located in Ormond Beach and serve the Holly Hill, Daytona Beach, South Daytona, Port Orange, Ponce Inlet, New Smyrna Beach, Edgewater, Ormond-by-the-Sea, Flagler Beach, Beverly Beach and Palm Coast areas of Florida.
What Makes a Good Bartender?
- Great technical skills at the bar
- Making time for customers
- Building time for satisfaction
- Responsible alcoholic beverage service
- Laws, rules, and regulations to protect you and your establishment
In just three weeks, you can have the skills to start an exciting career as a bartender. . . or finish in just one week by taking both day and evening classes.
At the end of program, you will:
- Tend bar with accuracy and efficiency.
- Treat customers in a way that leads to repeat business.
- Be certified as a Responsible Alcohol Server under Florida law.
- Understand cash register techniques, cash handling, and credit card procedures.
- Know proper sanitation procedures.
- Handle drink recipes with ease, including drink-making techniques, such as shaking, straining, freezing, mixing, layering, flaming and much more.
- Be familiar with the art of showmanship with flash and flair.
- Prepare garnishes.
- Know proper wine and draft beer service.
- Understand bar maintenance and housekeeping.
- Know how to handle difficult situations.
- Be comfortable with equipment usage and troubleshooting.
- Use tips for landing the job of your dreams.