Good news! The San Francisco Institute of Science and Technology now accepts enrollees for their TESDA Bartending NC II scholarship under the TESDA Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP) with free training, assessment, and allowance.
Under Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP) with benefits:
- Free Training
- Free Assessment Fee
- Daily Allowance of Php 160.00
Entry Requirements are:
- PSA Birth Certificate (photocopy)
- Marriage Certificate for married women only (photocopy)
- High School Report Card/Diploma or College OTR (photocopy)
- 2pcs 1x1 and 3pcs passport size picture with white background, in corporate attire
Interested applicants may call or visit the San Francisco Institute of Science
and Technology (SFIST), at Malilipot, Albay.
Contact Number: 09351759269
What is TESDA Bartending NC II course?
Bartending NC II is a program designed to provide individuals with the skills and knowledge necessary to work as a bartender. This includes learning how to prepare and mix various alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, customer service skills, responsible alcohol service, and understanding the different types of beverages, glassware, and equipment used in bartending.
The course typically covers the following topics:
- Bartending fundamentals: Basic principles and techniques of bartending, including mixing, shaking, and garnishing drinks.
- Beverage knowledge: Understanding different types of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, spirits, liqueurs, and mixers.
- Bar equipment: Familiarity with various bar tools and equipment used in bartending.
- Customer service: Developing customer service skills and learning how to interact with customers in a professional and friendly manner.
- Responsible alcohol service: Understanding the importance of responsible alcohol service, including checking IDs, handling intoxicated customers, and preventing overconsumption.
- Bar management: Basic knowledge of bar setup, inventory management, and maintaining a clean and organized workspace.
- Cocktail recipes: Learning how to prepare a variety of classic and contemporary cocktails.
Upon successful completion of the Bartending NC II program, students can obtain a TESDA certificate, which can be used as proof of their skills and qualifications when applying for bartending positions in bars, restaurants, hotels, or other hospitality establishments. This certification can be a valuable asset for individuals looking to start a career in the hospitality and food service industry.