This course also provides learners an opportunity to acquire knowledge on the types of cocktails, equipment used and the principle of appropriate garnishes for the various types of cocktails.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be awarded Certificate of Participation.
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This course focuses on the art of making a good cocktail, either alcoholic or non-alcoholic. The skills include making enjoyable and pleasant soothing drinks by choosing various ingredients and the art of mixing them together for a refreshing cool summer or a warm winter beverage.
- Introduction to the mixology
- Mixing methods and preparation of drink according to customer’s preferences
- Preparing alcoholic and non-alcoholic mixed beverages using various methods
- Categories of international cocktails and mocktails according to taste, colour and creativity
- Importance of hygiene, safety and sanitation in mixology
On completion of this course, learners should be able to:
- Define the terms associated with bar, beverages and mixology.
- Explain the usage of various bar tools, equipment and glassware.
- Categorise the alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and their usage in mixology.
- Determine customer preferences of ingredients/beverages.
- Use appropriate mixing methods in mixology to prepare drink according to customer’s requirements.
- Use appropriate garnishes and accompaniments to enhance the beverage experiences.
- Prepare international standard cocktails and mocktails by creating his/her own standard recipe according to various categories of cocktails.
- Appraise the cocktail according to taste, colour and creativity.
- Observe standard beverage hygiene and safety procedures to comply with the legal framework, occupational standards recognised under the tourism industry, the attractions and leisure management, hotel and accommodation and tour and travel Industry Skills and Training Councils (ISTC), together with the Workforce Singapore (WSG).
Learners must be at least 18 years old and are required to possess the following assumed knowledge and skills:
- Basic English communication skills that require active listening and interacting with customers and team members in a polite and friendly manner.
- Basic literacy skills to read and interpret beverage menus.
- Numeracy skills to calculate and measure ingredient quantities.
$195 (exclusive of GST)
- Company-Sponsored via SkillsFuture Singapore- $14
- SkillsFuture Credits (for Singapore citizens) may be utilized (for non-company sponsored)
All fees indicated are in Singapore Dollars (SGD)