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News articles related to training in the licensed trade

Training for the future

Ongoing education is key, firms say A bar can have everything in place – from the drinks range to the décor – but if customers...

Staying in peak shape

Personal trainer launches portal to improve bartenders’ health An Edinburgh-based health and fitness entrepreneur has launched a ‘wellbeing’ web portal which aims to educate bar...

Specialist training leads to success

From cocktails and catering to craft beer and coffee, the licensed trade has never had more to offer customers – meaning there’s never been...

Italian chain shows heart

Group introduces UK-wide programme Training and e-learning provider CPL Online has developed a programme of five staff training courses for Italian restaurant chain Bella Italia. The...

Major milestone for city training scheme

Glasgow Welcomes celebrates hospitality landmark as over 10,000 take part in courses A Training scheme set up to bolster customer service standards in hospitality businesses...

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...

Give staff the skills to meet expectations

Strong service standards and product knowledge are vital in the trade, say firms As the first point of contact between the customer and business, on-trade...

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...

Training scheme is ‘good for the trade’

A Pub and hotel operator in Dumfries and Galloway has encouraged other licensees to get involved in an industry training scheme after hiring one of...

Customer service is ready to evolve

Davies, one of the three co-founders of CPL Training Group – which last month acquired rival training firm ABV – said the traditional gap...