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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - Those looking for training that provides opportunities for jobs in hospitality and restaurant management at high-end restaurants and country clubs found in the county will be interested in the new hospitality and restaurant management training course now offered by the Indian River State College Corporate and Community Training Institute.
The CCTI at IRSC has partnered with Workforce Solutions to offer this hospitality and restaurant management training course in Indian River County.
Other partners in the program include the John's Island Beach Club, Orchid Island Golf and Beach Club and Quail Valley Golf Club.
This program is free to eligible candidates and, upon completion of the course, will provide them with a national certificate in hospitality and restaurant management.
Many local high-end restaurants and country clubs are ready to hire students who complete this course.
Following National Restaurant Association guidelines, the hospitality and restaurant management training course explores hospitality trends and environments in upscale dining and applies a "hands on approach" to customer service in a fine- dining atmosphere.
Topics taught include: basic sanitation, effective communication with customers, decision making, selling techniques, food and bar knowledge, bar and dining set-ups, supervision and management training.
The CCTI at IRSC is screening for eligibility and suitability for this course on Thursdays from 9:30 to noon at 1880 82nd Ave. Suite 101 in Vero Beach.
Classes start Monday, Sept. 17 and end Saturday, Oct. 13. All classes will be held at the Indian River State College Mueller Campus in the Richardson Center.
For information on the hospitality and restaurant management training course with the CCTI, contact Veronica Torres at Workforce Solutions (772) 494-2100, Ext. 305, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.irscbiz.com.