Bar - Cocktail Making

Technological University Dublin - City Campus


Course Name Bar - Cocktail Making
Course Provider Technological University Dublin - City Campus
Alternative Provider(s) TU Dublin - Technological University Dublin
Course Code TFBS1021
Course Type Lifelong Learning
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Continuing Professional Development Certificate TU Dublin None
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Attendance Options Part time, Morning, Afternoon, Evening, Flexible
Location (Districts) Dublin City Centre
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment Programme Start Date: TBA
Application Date Application Closing Date: TBA

Paper Application Only

Post Application Form To:
School of Culinary Arts & Food Technology,
DIT Cathal Brugha Street,
Dublin 1

As the number of places is limited, candidates may be short-listed on the basis of information supplied on the application form. Late applications may be considered should vacancies remain. Candidates will be notified of the outcome or of any short listing procedures.
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Duration 36 hours / 12 weeks in Semester 2.

Thursday @ 9.00am to 12.00pm
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Entry Requirements Entrants should be (18 years +). No previous experience required for entry level modules. Advanced level modules may have pre-requisite modules or/and relevant industry experience requirements. Applications for exemptions will be considered on a case by case basis. Entrants may be required to attend for an interview.
Comment Qualification Awarded: Certificate in Continuing Professional Development of the DIT
Course Content Programme Description
Developing the skills, art and ability required to prepare and serve a range of cocktails in a professional manner is one of the keys to both entertaining customers and providing a profitable source of revenue. This module introduces the learner to the principles and practices of cocktail making including a range of classic and contempory mixed drinks.
Subjects Taught Content
The programme includes: history of cocktails; alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages; handling of equipment; glassware; garnishes; major cocktail categories; cocktail making styles and techniques; pre-and post dinner drinks; hot drinks and specialty coffees. Responsible alcohol consumption.
Careers or Further Progression Progression
Successful applicants can progress to the Advanced Cocktail Making progamme
Further Enquiries Any Queries:
Geraldine Kelly/Michelle Gahan
T: (01) 402 4340/402 4344
Location DIT Marlborough Street.
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