Fundamentals for Success in the Service Industry

Fundamentals for Success in the Service Industry

Fundamentals for Success in the Service Industry delivers training in strategies for success in today’s service and tourism industries.

Fundamentals for Success in the Service Industry is developed for the one in five youth who work in the food service industry, or for anyone who is new to the service industry.

If you are just starting your career as a caterer, host, server, as a worker in the culinary arts or any other role in restaurants, hotels or any organization that serves guests than this is the training and certification you need.

By taking Fundamentals for Success in the Service Industry you will train to function effectively in the service industry workplace, which includes working with others and working with the public.

Fundamentals for Success in the Service Industry Key Benefits

Fundamentals for Success in the Service Industry provides instruction in the basic skills today’s service worker is required to demonstrate.

  • Knowledge of Legal Responsibilities
  • The Service Industry and Tourism
  • What is a Desirable Worker?
  • Effective Communication
  • Levels of Communication
  • Barriers to Effective Communication

In 2014, Canadian food and beverage businesses 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.

Fundamentals for Success in the Service Industry

Fundamentals for Success in the Service Industry will give you a competitive edge, whether you want to 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 Fundamentals for Success in the Service Industry Ticket

Your Fundamentals for Success in the Service Industry Ticket is provided on completion of this course.  Whether you are looking for a Fundamentals for Success in the Service Industry Ticket, a Fundamentals for Success in the Service Industry Certificate, or completion of a Fundamentals for Success in the Service Industry course, this is the correct course.

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

Your Fundamentals for Success in the Service Industry Certificate

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

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