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A Broader Skill Set

By: Phineas Gray
For : Serve it up
Category : Reference and Education

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Owner, Amy Hickman
Phone : 1300 555 748
Email : info@serveitup.com.au

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Despite the fact that it serves as one of the entry points in to the working world, the hospitality industry is not short of complexity.
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EZ Press Release  -- September 1, 2017 Despite the fact that it serves as one of the entry points in to the working world, the hospitality industry is not short of complexity. It runs on wire-thin margins, it faces increasing competition from places such as UberEats and Deliveroo, and it must adapt with the changes in taste exhibited by its patrons. It is not an easy industry in which to succeed.

And throughout all of this, it must remain focused upon its provision of services. This is the first area that customers will fasten upon. This reality underlines the usefulness, and the necessity, of proper training courses for new employees.

The benefits of a training course are numerous. First, they offer real-world skill sets, taught by industry experts who have a strong handle of the realities of working behind the bar. This offers your potential recruit a glimpse in to the world of the server – for better or worse.

Secondly, by starting out with basic knowledge to fall back upon, they can begin to grasp the necessity of good service, the need to attract repeat customers, and broaden their view of their role. By having such a skill set as a starting point, rather than attempting to learn it on the job, a newcomer is able to work towards matching the theme and the flavour of the establishment, the particulars of a venue that attract and hold a devoted base in this day and age. It also allows them to work towards a grasp of broader, less glamourous elements of hospitality, such as regulatory compliance.

As with any industry, service and hospitality is evolving and becoming more complex. By covering one aspect of the nature of the work with a training course, you can offer yourself, or your would-be employees, a big step up. Check out local experts Serve It Up, and find out more.

 

Company : Serve it up
Contact : Amy Hickman
Address : Ground Level, 62-64 Little Latrobe Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000
Phone : 1300 555 748
Email : info@serveitup.com.au
Website : http://www.serveitup.com.au


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