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News articles related to training in the licensed trade

Perfect pour training on tap

WHILE a drinks manufacturer will do everything it can to produce a virtuous product, in many cases the drink’s qualities are only fully displayed following a worthy final delivery by a well-trained bartender.
• Refresher training is mandatory for all personal licence holders after five years.

Final call for refresher training

Thousands of licensees are putting their livelihoods at risk by failing to complete personal licence holder refresher training.

A dram of education

Whisky enthusiasts keen to further their knowledge of the category can now undertake a Diploma in the Art of Tasting Whisky via the Edinburgh Whisky Academy .

An online intro to the world of beer

Educational initiative The Beer Academy has launched an online training course designed to introduce bar staff to the basics of beer. The Beer Steward course and...

No training doubts for Thomas

FOR many young people trying to break into hospitality, the traditional path into employment usually involves a stint at college or university. But a Clydebank...

Go beyond the basics

FROM customer service to catering equipment, liquor to licensing laws, staff training is essential to many aspects of running a licensed trade business.

Inspiring the trade’s future culinary stars

Tennent’s Training Academy launches new two-week course TENNENT’S Training Academy has unveiled a new course which aims to inspire more young people to pursue a...

Staff online to stay on course

Casual Dining Group, whose restaurant brands include Bella Italia, Café Rouge and Belgo, claims to have transformed employee training and development with the introduction...

Stonegate looks for future stars

STONEGATE Pub Company has appointed a new recruitment boss to help it attract the best available bar retailing talent. Holly Cunnington joins Stonegate, which runs...

Invest in staff to see success

As consumer knowledge improves training is absolutely vital.