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A Leading Institute in Butwal who has been already established and serving best Hospitality and Hotel training in your hometown introduces these short courses on Bakery & Confectionery , Barista & Bartender for needy ones.

1. Bakery & Confectionary

Bakery and Confectionery is a program in confectionary and Pattiesere study. The course can be undertaken by candidates who have completed their SLC/SEE or 10+2 examination or an equivalent examination in any relevant discipline. The course study comprises of internship, theoretical and practical study.

The course is formulated to provide candidates who aspire to enter the field of Bakery and make their career in the field. Through this program students gain advanced training and knowledge in the field, providing a strong foundation for students in pursuing the future study.

Candidates who wish to enter the world of Bakery and Confectionery can avail for this program which helps in providing a strong base for further study in the field. Aspirants who have a creatively inclined mind, as well as good interpersonal skills, can benefit from this course. The proficiency to interact with the clients assisting in knowing their requirements and provide them with valuable advice in the matters of Baking is deemed as a beneficial trait for this program.

Students who have successfully completed the course have opportunities in the world of Bakery and Confectionery sector both on national as well as international level. Based on whether the student is a fresher or has earned relevant experience, the remuneration earned by candidates ranges between NPR 2 to 8 Lacks annually.

2. Barista

A barista is a person who prepares and also generally serves  espressoo-based coffee drinks. In the United States, the term barista is also often applied to coffee shop employees who prepare both espresso and regular coffee drinks. Although the term barista technically refers to someone who has been professionally trained in preparing espresso, it may also be used to describe anyone with a high level of skill in making espresso shots and espresso drinks, such as lattes and cappuccino.

3. Bartender

Bartenders fill drink orders either directly from customers at the bar or through waiters & waitresses who place drink orders for dining room customers. Bartenders must know a wide range of drink recipes and be able to mix drinks correctly and quickly. When measuring and pouring beverages, they must avoid spillage or overpouring. They also must work well with waiters and waitresses and other kitchen staff to ensure that customers receive prompt service.

Duties of Bartender:

  • Greet customers, give them menus, and inform them about daily specials
  • Take drink orders from customers
  • Pour and serve wine, beer, and other drinks and beverages
  • Mix drinks according to recipes
  • Check the identification of customers to ensure that they are of legal drinking age
  • Clean bars, tables, and work areas
  • Collect payments from customers and return change
  • Manage the operation of the bar, and order and maintain liquor and bar supplies
  • Monitor the level of intoxication of customers