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A pub or a bar is a fun, social and great place to be. What you might not have considered is how a job in this dynamic, fast-moving and exciting sector has the potential to lead you onto a rewarding career path – one that could easily see you earning an annual salary of £30,000 to £40,000 within two to three years, or owning your very own pub or bar business in the future.

The Licensed Hospitality Apprenticeship is for those working behind a bar or in customer facing roles in the bar area, employed in various licensed hospitality premises, such as; Leased premises, Managed Houses, Tenanted Premises, Hotels, Restaurants, Nightclubs and Club premises.

Typical job roles for this Apprenticeship include; Barpersons, Restaurant Staff and Bar Managers. These would include areas such as serving customers, cash handling, merchandising and marketing, cellar work and customer interaction.

The Apprenticeship gives apprentices the opportunity to gain specialist training in specific areas of the business, for instance; kitchen and catering skills, bar skills, including cocktails and wine service, cellarmanship, and marketing.

 

Job Roles

Intermediate Level Apprenticeship

  • Barperson (leased and tenanted)
  • Barperson (managed house)
  • Barperson (wine/cocktail bar)
  • Barperson (Nightclub venue)
  • Waiter/Waitress

Advanced Level Apprenticeship

  • Bar manager
  • Assistant Bar Manager
  • Assistant Food and Beverage Manager
  • Bar Team Leader
  • Shift Manager

 

Last Updated: 21/03/2014

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