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Cocktail Making - Introduction to MixologyThe Training Terminal
The Introduction to Cocktails Course has been designed so that you can perfect the art of mixing cocktails. This course will educate you about the history of the cocktail, equipment used to mix and serve cocktails, techniques and how to create a wide selection of classic non alcoholic and alcoholic drinks.
You will have the confidence to not only mix but to serve high quality cocktails to customers using the skills that you have learned and the knowledge you have gained. This course is suitable for the complete beginner to the more experienced looking to acquire additional skills in cocktail making.
All of our courses are delivered directly online and are self paced so you can study wherever and whenever. The course material is delivered in short sections covering each of the above units in detail and is accompanied with a short test at the end of each to reinforce what you have learned. In order to complete the course successfully you will need to pass 21 out of 30 questions in the end of course assessment.
This course typically takes approximately 1 – 2 hours to complete although this can vary for each student. Once registered for the course there is no time limit for completion.
Upon completion of the end of course assessment you can download and print a CPD accredited certificate.
We only work with the very best
Our training courses are written and managed by hospitality professionals with many years experience in their field. You will be learning from the best and you will come away from your training inspired by mentors who understand your aspirations and requirements.
Suitability - Who should attend?
This course is suitable for the complete beginner to the more experienced looking to acquire additional skills in cocktail making.
Training Course Content
The Cocktail Course contains the following units:
- History of Cocktails – The story behind the classic alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
- Equipment – Glassware, equipment to create cocktails, garnishes and ice
- Methodology – Shaking, stirring, layering, muddling and recipes
- Cocktail Production – The most popular cocktail drinks and their creation and cocktail recipes in more detail
- Developing the Perfect Cocktail – Assigning cocktails to specific categories, balancing taste; sweet sour, strong and weak, flavour matching and combinations
Provider: The Training Terminal
The Training Terminal offers a fresh approach to hospitality training courses that will leave you fully prepared for the employment path that you have ahead. Whether you are completing courses as a statutory part of your work or you want...