Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills

Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills

Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills delivers training in the more refined skills needed for leadership roles in today’s service industry.

Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills is for anyone who wants to excel in their role in the food service industry.  Whether you want to excel in your role in the kitchen, as a server, in the front or back-of-house, this one day course is for you.

Get a head start on a rewarding career in the food service industry by getting the tools you need to give you a professional competitive edge.

Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills Key Advantages

Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills gives you a competitive edge by training you in the skills employers look for in food service industry workers.

  • Self-Awareness and Service Industry Protocols
  • Behaviours for Workers in the Service Industry
  • Qualities of a Great Service Employee
  • Service Industry Demeanour and Etiquette
  • Serving the Guests
  • Working as a Part of a Team
  • Professionalism in the Service Industry
  • Principles and Ethics of the Service Industry
  • Expert Tips for Breaking into the Service Industry

 

In 2014, Canadian food and beverage businessAdvanced Service Industry Workplace Skillses accounted for 1.2 million employees and more than 88,000 locations across the country with an estimated $75 billion in sales, representing around 4% of the country’s overall economic activity. Many students are familiar with the sector through their workplace, because Canada’s restaurants provide one in every five youth jobs in the country — with 22% of Canadians starting their career in a restaurant or food service business.

Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills will give you a competitive edge, whether you work as a:

  • Baker
  • Banquet manager
  • Bartender
  • Beverage manager
  • Broiler cook
  • Bus person
  • Catering manager
  • Counter server
  • Dining room manager
  • Executive chef
  • Expediter
  • Food and beverage director
  • Food service directory (health care)
  • Fry/sauté cook
  • General manager (full service)
  • General manager (quick service)
  • Human resources manager
  • Kitchen manager
  • Maître d’hotel
  • Pantry cook
  • Pastry chef
  • President/CEO
  • Public relations manager
  • Server
  • Soup and sauce cook
  • Sous chef
  • Wine steward

Your Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills Ticket

Your Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills Ticket is provided on completion of this course.  Whether you are looking for a Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills Ticket, a Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills Certificate, or completion of a Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills course, this is the correct course.

Upon completion of this Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills Training program, you will receive a wall-size Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills Ticket or Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills Certificate (call it what you will), that will show prospective employers that you have the right credentials.

Your Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills Certificate

A Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills certificate would be seen as a great asset by prospective employers.  We keep your records on file permanently.  Feel free to have your prospective employer contact METI to confirm your Advanced Service Industry Workplace Skills certificate.

Did you know?

  • Canada’s restaurant industry generates $75 billion in annual sales, which equals almost 4% of Canada’s economic activity.
  • The restaurant industry directly employs more than 1.2 million people, or 6.9% of the Canada’s workforce – making it the country’s fourth-largest employer.
  • Canada’s restaurants employ 520,000 young people under the age of 25 – that’s one in five youth jobs.
  • Restaurants provide more first jobs than any other industry. Twenty-two per cent of Canadians got their career start in a restaurant or food service business.
  • With more than 94,290 locations, the restaurant industry contributes to urban and rural communities across Canada.
  • Restaurateurs contribute nearly $300 million annually to charitable causes.
    Going out to a restaurant is the number one preferred activity for spending time with family and friends.

Group Pricing Available for Fundamentals for Success in the Service Industry Training. Please contact us at (902) 539-9766, or send us an email at training@metiatlantic.com for more information.

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For optimum preparedness and success, we suggest that the participant of the course complete METI’s Fundamentals for Success in the Service Industry before taking this program.