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Food and Beverage Training's
Before a waiter takes an order from the guest they must have the product knowledge and 
understanding of the food and drink menus. They must know the sequence of service, how to 
prevent and handle complaints and ensure that the guest has had an exceptional dining experience. 

This comes down to training. A good manager and organization provides ongoing training to their teams. Training and incentives are the key to a business's success. However when training staff members it is not always easy due to many factors such as language barriers, different learning abilities, training content and of course keeping the trainees interested. 

Powerpoint dont's

Many trainers fall into the trap of not been able to summarize their training points to what the trainees only need to know and therefore the trainings are non effective due to information overload and boring. 


The trainings provided by Food and Beverage Trainer have been simplified for easier understanding and learning retention.  Each of the trainings includes written and practical activities. The activities
summarizes the training objectives and emphasizes on the studies that people remember 90% of what they have learnt by hearing, seeing and doing.   

All powerpoint training's includes a Lesson Plan and Activities. The materials will be sent to you via email

(Click on the link to download the list of beverages and descriptions)

20% discount off trainings
Lunar New Year Special valid until the end of February 2015

Beer Training (NEW TRAINING)
By the end of this training session trainees will… Be able to identify the four main ingredients for making beer. Have a basic understanding of how beer is made. Identify two main beer types. Learn how to pour beer. Identify common glassware used for beer. Take an order for beer.
Price: $4.99 $4.00
Basic Wine Training "Still Wine"
By the end of this session the trainees will be able to… Identify 5 different styles of Wine. Understand 6 Basic Steps for Making Wine. Identify and distinguish 8 different Grape Varieties Know the correct Storage Temperatures. How to take an Order for Wine. How to serve Wine. How to taste Wine and Identify their different Characteristics from other Grape Varieties.
Price: $4.99 $4.00
Spirits Training
By the end of the session trainees will … Be able to identify the 6 different Spirits types and their origin. Have a basic understanding on the process of how they are made and main ingredients. Identify the most popular labels for each spirit and house pouring brands. Learn up selling techniques when selling each type of spirit. Be able to identify the different classic cocktails that are made with each type of spirit.
Price: $4.99 $4.00
Cocktail Training
Trainees will learn about the different types of Liqueurs used in cocktails. Identify which Glassware are used for making certain cocktails. Identify the equipment needed to make Cocktails. Basic steps to making a cocktail menu. How to order a cocktail.
Price: $4.99 $4.00
Trainees will be able to name at least 8 different types of events. List at least 7 types of event set up/seating arrangements. Draw a floor plan for an event. Identify and understand the different requirements clients need for their events. Understand the basic costings for an event.
Price: $4.99 $4.00
Guest Requests
Trainees will learn of the different type of requests a guest may have and know how to respond in a professional manner. They will also learn about food allergies and how important it is to communicate this information the their manager/supervisor and chef.
Price: $3.99 $3.20
Meals and Drinks (Elementary- Pre Intermediate)
Trainees will learn new English words for meals and timings, examples of different international breakfasts, drinks and how drinks are served. They will also learn how to order drinks and ask about meals.
Price: $3.99 $3.20
Effective Communication
By the end of the session the trainees will learn… The importance of communication. 4 Methods of Effective Communication in the F&B department. • Daily Briefing • Log Book • Email • Shift Handover How to prepare a briefing sheet and fill in a log book. Interdepartmental Communication. When it is appropriate to call instead of sending an email and vice versa.
Price: $4.99 $4.00
Restaurant Facilities and Equipment
By the end of the session trainees will learn the English Vocabulary of the different types of restaurant facilities and equipment required to operate a restaurant.
Price: $3.99 $3.20
Restaurant Concepts and Services
By the end of the training the trainees will be able to identify 7 different types of Restaurant Concepts and their style of service; Understand the meaning of "Franchise"; and will be able to distinguish the 3 main groups restaurants are generally classified under.
Price: $3.99 $3.20
F&B Service Organization
Trainees will learn to create a Service Organizational Chart; Identify the key responsibilities of each position; Understand the fundamentals of a roster including; Forecasting, Budgets & Labour Costs; and will create their own roster.
Price: $5.99 $4.80
Features of the Restaurant Business
Trainees will be able to identify and understand each of the 7 Features of a Restaurant Business including; The Concept; Different Styles of Service; The Theme; The Design; The Menu; The Location; and The Name.
Price: $5.99 $4.80
Capital and Labour Costs in the Restaurant Business
Trainees and new supervisors/managers will gain the basic understanding about Restaurant Capital, Profit and Loss, Expenses and Labour Costs.
Price: $5.99 $4.80
Training Packages 2014
Training packagesIf you would like purchase 5 or more training's then select from the below training packages to receive the discounted prices.

You can select any of the trainings on this website. 

Once you have selected the package and the payment is approved  an email with a list of all the trainings will be sent to you for your selection.