The National Organic Training Skillnet will host a Job Seekers Support Programme based on working in the bar service. They are now seeking applications from eligible candidates. This course is open to those who are unemployed and is Free (however eligibility criteria apply, if you wish to apply please follow the link to confirm your eligibility. http://www.skillnets.ie/eligibility-criteria-unemployed-people).
At the end of this programme trainees will be equipped with a clear knowledge of the Bar sector; trainees will clearly understand the importance of good customer service and will have gained the basic skills required to work in a bar.
The course will be divided into 10 days contact training days plus 5 days work experience.
The course includes Customer Service, Team Work, Bar Skills, Mixology, Barista Training, Hospitality Food Hygiene, First Aid for the hospitality sector, Manual Handling for hospitality industry.
It will start on December 7 and will be held in various locations in the Carrick on Shannon area.
How to apply: To apply please check that you are eligible (see link above), if eligible then please send a brief CV and cover letter to the: National Organic Training Skillnet via email firstname.lastname@example.org Please enter “Bar Skills” in the subject title or post your CV and cover letter to National Organic Training Skillnet, The Enterprise Centre, Hill Road, Drumshanbo, Co Leitrim.
Places are limited therefore you will be called for an interview.
For additional information please contact the Margaret or Sean at the National Organic Training Skillnet on 0719640688, E-mail:email@example.com or contact Employment Support Services, Department of Social Protection, Shannon Lodge , Carrick-on-Shannon, Ph: 071-9672341
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