• Ayrshire Bartender Programme

  • SCQF Level

    Level 5

  • Attendance/Duration

    Full-time, 6 weeks

    Includes 2 week work experience and 7 hospitality industry recognised qualifications.

    This course is fully funded for 18-28 year olds who are receiving Universal Credits or Jobseekers Allowance looking to start a career within the Hospitality industry.

Start Here

This course is aimed at 18-28 year olds who are on Jobseekers Allowance or Universal Credits looking to start a career within the Hospitality Industry.

What's Involved

What you get:

  • 7 Industry recognised qualifications, including BIIAB Scottish Certificate for Personal Licence Holders, World Host, REHIS, BIIAB Level 1 in Customer and Drinks Service, BIIAB Level 1 Wine Service, BIIAB Level 1 Award in Alcohol Awareness and BIIAB Level 2 Award in Beer and Cellar Quality
  • Industry visits and presentations including a luxury hotel
  • Hands-on food and drink service training
  • Ongoing mentoring and assistance
  • Mixology class
  • Time management
  • Barista training
  • Spirit product knowledge and tasting class
  • Lunch experience
  • Two weeks work experience
  • CV building, interview preparation and presentation skills workshop
  • Celebrate success graduation ceremony
  • No experience required as the course will introduce students to the skills needed to begin their career in a hotel, bar or restaurant. The Hospitality and Bartending course is a fully funded course developed with Diageo as part of their Learning for Life programme, giving you the opportunity to acquire new skills and qualifications and the chance to learn from industry experts.

Go Anywhere

Completion of the course will gain recognised industry based qualifications that will stand them in good stead to gain a role within the vibrant hospitality industry or they could consider any of Ayrshire College courses such as an NC in Hospitality, Business or Tourism. 80% of students who have completed the programme are now in full time or part time employment

Start Date

14 Aug 2017

Campus

Kilmarnock

Full