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Bocconi University - Master in Tourism Economics and Management
Food & Beverage Management
Bocconi University - Master in Tourism Economics and Management
The objective of this course is twofold: first, we will focus on contemporary challenges that managers and entrepreneurs in food and beverage businesses should be able to face; and second, we will provide models and tools to design and implement appropriate courses of action to satisfy customers and build an advantage over the competition.
Durée
13 heures
Format
En ligne
César Ritz Colleges Switzerland
Mastering Wine Tasting
César Ritz Colleges Switzerland
This program will show you to identify wine styles and describe them fluidly.
Durée
16 heures
Format
En ligne
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Certificate in Restaurant Revenue Management
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Create an income statement that records the information that is critical to your specific type of restaurant Interpret your data, identify trends, and catch issues that can have a positive or negative impact on your operation Analyze your financial and performance information to identify, implement, and evaluate improvement solutions React to the advantages and disadvantages of a restaurant reservation system Analyze and identify the factors that will help you improve occupancy rates and control meal duration Develop the skills you’ll need to determine each stage of the customer’s dining experience Apply strategies to accommodate arrival patterns and manage occupancy and meal duration Provide guidance on how to implement strategies that will be most profitable Use variable-pricing approaches to develop recommendations for improving revenue
Durée
3 mois
Format
En ligne
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Bachelor of Science in Food & Beverage Entrepreneurship
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The Food & Beverage Entrepreneurship bachelor’s degree program allows students the opportunity to study an integrated mix of food and/or beverage courses, entrepreneurial and business classes, and a variety of experiential opportunities both inside and outside of the classroom. This program prepares students for careers as innovators creating and managing food- and/or beverage-related small businesses and start-ups or to work as a proponent of intrapreneurship and innovators within existing organizations. Students begin their studies focused on the craft of food, exploring and developing their passion, and then expand their focus into business and entrepreneurship studies. Throughout the course of study, students learn what it takes to begin their own food and/or beverage venture that includes developing a business plan, resource management, finance, marketing, leadership and innovation. Opportunities exist for students to engage in internship or study abroad. Upon completion of the program, graduates are expected to: Evaluate human, financial and other resources in the entrepreneurial ecosystem that support or inhibit new ventures. Communicate effectively to diverse audiences, regarding different purposes and situations, through a variety of professional methods. Apply ethical principles in response to common entrepreneurial decisions and challenges. Develop a business plan for an innovative product or service in a food or beverage-related market. Analyze the sources of funding available for food and beverage-related ventures and use decision support tools to determine effective structures for early-stage investments. Food & Beverage Entrepreneurship A four-year program leading to the bachelor of science degree for graduates of two-year food related associate degree program.
Durée
4 ans
Format
En ligne
English pronunciation in a global world
English pronunciation in a global world
In this course you will improve your English pronunciation skills and learn about speaking English in today's globalised world.
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WSET Level 1 Award in Sake
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This hands-on one-day course offers the ideal introduction to sake for interested enthusiasts and those working with sake. In a short space of time, you’ll find yourself fascinated by this diverse Japanese beverage and eager to explore more. The course will cover: o The basic principles of sake production o The main types and styles of sake o Factors affecting the flavour of sake o Tutored tastings of 8 sakes o How to serve sake o How to describe sake using the WSET Level 1 Systematic Approach to Tasting Sake® (SAT) By the end of the course you’ll know the principal categories of sake available, what defines them and what characteristics to expect from them. You’ll have learned how to taste and describe sake using a globally recognised approach and will know how to serve and store sake optimally. You'll also be familiar with some important Japanese sake labelling terms.
Durée
1 jour
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WSET Level 1 Award in Wines
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This course is an ideal starting point for wine enthusiasts wanting to get to grips with the basics, or those embarking on a career in wine or hospitality. In a short space of time, you’ll find yourself feeling much more confident tasting wine, navigating a wine list, buying bottles and pairing wine with food. The course will cover: o The main types and styles of wine o Common wine grapes and their characteristics o How to make food and wine pairings o Tutored tasting of nine wines (except online courses) o How to store and serve wine o How to describe wine using the WSET Level 1 Systematic Approach to Tasting Wine® (SAT) o By the end of the course you’ll be able to taste wine using a globally recognised approach, identify key styles of wine and characteristics of important grape varieties. You’ll also learn the key principles of food and wine pairing and how to apply these to your own food and wine choices.
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1 jour
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WSET Level 1 Award in Spirits
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This confidence-boosting spirits course for beginners is the perfect way to gain knowledge of the key styles of distilled beverage found around the world. In a short space of time, you’ll find yourself feeling more confident navigating a drinks list, stocking up your bar, and serving spirits optimally. The course will cover: o The basic principles of spirit production o The main types and styles of spirits o Factors affecting the flavour of spirits o Tutored tastings of 10 spirits (classroom courses only) o How to serve spirits o How to describe spirits using the WSET Level 1 Systematic Approach to Tasting Spirits® (SAT) By the end of the course you’ll be able to taste and describe spirits using a globally recognised approach, identify important styles of spirits and know the raw materials and production methods that define them.
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1 jour
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WSET Level 2 Award in Spirits
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The WSET Level 2 Award in Spirits covers the main categories of spirits and liqueurs and examines the influences of production methods on the different styles available in each category. Throughout the course, you’ll develop analytical tasting skills while exploring the use of spirits in cocktails. The knowledge gained on this course will be a significant advantage to anyone working with spirits in both the on- and off-trade, and the course is also perfect for spirits enthusiasts wanting to learn more about the product behind the brand. The course will cover: o Spirits production methods and how they affect style and quality o The characteristics of the main styles of spirits and liqueurs o The major global spirits brands o Tutored tastings of around 40 spirits and liqueurs (classroom courses only) o How to taste and describe spirits using the WSET Level 2 Systematic Approach to Tasting Spirits® (SAT) Throughout the course you’ll become a more confident spirits taster under the guidance of our expert educators, learning how to use a globally-recognised approach to tasting to analyse the appearance, nose, palate and quality level of a range of styles. By the end of the course you’ll be able to identify a how key raw ingredients and production methods influence the style and quality of the key spirits and liqueurs of the world. If you work with spirits, you'll be able to confidently provide guidance on the use and service of spirits and make informed recommendations to customers when selecting spirits and liqueurs to meet their taste and price requirements.
Durée
2 jours
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WSET Level 2 Award in Wines
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The WSET Level 2 Award in Wines is the perfect wine course for beginners wishing to learn about a wide range of grapes and styles, as well as those seeking to build on the introductory knowledge gained with the WSET Level 1 Award in Wines. You’ll gain enviable knowledge of the principal and regionally important grape varieties of the world, the regions in which they are grown, and the styles of wine they produce. This qualification has a minimum requirement of 28 hours of study time, including: - 16 hours of guided learning (in the classroom or online) - 11 hours of personal study and revision - A one-hour examination The course covers: o How to taste and describe wine using the WSET Level 2 Systematic Approach to Tasting Wine®(SAT) o How environmental factors, grape-growing, winemaking and maturation options influence the style and quality of wines made from eight principal grape varieties: - Chardonnay - Pinot Grigio/Gris - Sauvignon Blanc - Riesling - Cabernet Sauvignon - Merlot - Pinot Noir - Syrah/Shiraz o The style and quality of wines: - made from 22 regionally important grape varieties (e.g. Nebbiolo, Malbec and Viognier) - produced in over 70 geographical indications (GIs) around the world o How grape varieties and winemaking processes influence key styles of: Sparkling wines Fortified wines Key labelling terms used to indicate origin, style and quality Principles and processes involved in the storage and service of wine Principles of food and wine pairing On successful completion you will be a more confident wine taster, able to describe and compare the styles of wines produced from internationally and regionally important grape varieties. You'll know how to interpret wine labels from the main wine producing regions of the world, and how to store, serve, taste and pair wines to get the best out of every glass.
Durée
3 jours
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WSET Level 3 Award in Sake
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The WSET Level 3 Award in Sake allows you to delve deep into this fascinating product and gain a new specialism. Through a combination of online and classroom-based learning, the course is designed to give you a thorough understanding of the factors that account for the style, quality and price of sake as well its cultural and commercial importance in the Japanese and export markets. The qualification is ideal for anyone who is required to make professional evaluations of sakes regarding their quality and value, or for enthusiasts keen to immerse themselves in a new subject. Prior to arriving in the classroom, you will complete a monitored online learning module which has been designed to give you a strong grounding in the terminology and culture of sake - perfect preparation if you are new to the subject. In the classroom, our specialist educators will work with you to develop your knowledge and understanding of sake. Your sake tasting skills will be honed through tutor-led tastings of a carefully selected range of sakes, including some rare, specially imported bottles. Throughout the course, you'll cover: - The main techniques that are used in the production of sake and how they influence style and quality - The principal and speciality categories of sake - The sake industry and the commercial importance of sake in the Japanese and export markets - The principles behind the storage, selection and service of sake - Tutored tastings of approximately 37 sakes - How to taste sake and evaluate quality, identity and price, using the WSET Level 3 Systematic Approach to Tasting Sake® (SAT) On successful completion of the course, you’ll be able to describe the characteristics of the principal sake categories and give information on the key factors influencing style, quality and price. If you work with sake, you will be in an excellent position to advise management, to answer customer queries authoritatively, and to make informed selections of sakes in a broad variety of situations.
Durée
4 jours
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WSET Level 3 Award in Wines
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Building on the knowledge gained through the WSET Level 2 Award in Wines, the Level 3 Award in Wines goes both broader and deeper. It is designed to give you a thorough understanding of the factors that account for the style, quality and price of the principal still, sparkling and fortified wines of the world. Our specialist educators will guide you in developing your tasting skills through a carefully selected range of wines ranging from household brands to outstanding bottles from iconic producers. You'll learn how to use your tasting notes to make objective conclusions on a wine's style, quality and readiness for drinking. The course will cover: o The key factors in the production of wine: location, grape growing, winemaking, maturation and bottling o The key characteristics of the principal: - still wines of the world - sparkling wines of the world - fortified wines of the world o How to make appropriate wine recommendations o How to taste wines using the WSET Level 3 Systematic Approach to Tasting Wine® (SAT) o Tutored tastings of 82 wines (except online course) o Access to WSET's Online Classroom for the duration of the course including useful video links and other resources ​o Successful candidates will be able to taste and describe with confidence the characteristics of the principal wines of the world and give information on the key factors influencing style, quality and price. Those who work with wine will be in a great position to advise management, to answer customer queries authoritatively, and to make informed selections of wines in a variety of situations.
Durée
6 jours
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WSET Level 3 Award in Spirits
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This advanced course has been carefully developed by and for professionals working closely with spirits. It also represents the pinnacle of structured spirits education for the serious enthusiast. The course will open your eyes to new categories and offer you the opportunity to taste an exceptional range of spirits from across the globe, produced by some of the most well-respected names in distillation. You'll take a deep dive into the raw materials and production processes behind the different categories, and our expert educators will work with you to develop your analytic tasting abilities through a carefully selected series of spirits samples. The course will cover: The techniques used in spirit production: - Processing of raw materials - Alcoholic fermentation - Distillation - Post-distillation practices Factors affecting the style and quality of spirits, studying eleven core spirit categories in detail: - Scotch Whisky - Bourbon - Rye Whiskey - Tennessee Whiskey - Cognac - Armagnac - Caribbean rum - Tequila - Mezcal - Vodka - Gin The characteristics of 23 additional spirit categories, focusing on: - Principal production methods - Key styles - Key labelling terms How to taste and describe spirits using the WSET Level 3 Systematic Approach to Tasting Spirits® (SAT) Tutored tastings of over 60 spirits from all over the world
Durée
5 jours
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WSET Level 4 Diploma in Wines
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WSET's flagship Diploma arms you with specialist-level skills, knowledge and recognition as an expert in the field of wines. The course not only develops advanced product knowledge but will also develop your research and analysis abilities, which will continue to be of great value to you in the future. All our classes are delivered by highly qualified educators, many of whom are MWs, and all of whom are subject-matter experts. You'll learn alongside like-minded individuals in a discussion-led setting, with all theory underpinned by tastings of an extensive variety of still, sparkling and fortified wines from all over the world. Beyond the Diploma: WSET Alumni Body Upon successful completion of the Diploma, you will gain the distinction of the 'DipWSET' postnominal, making you recognisable as one of just over 10,000 individuals worldwide who have gained this prestigious qualification. You'll join a global community known as the WSET Alumni Body. This will offer you fantastic opportunities for continued learning, including a unique programme of tasting, networking and career events and access to market reports. You’ll join ranks with many of the wine world’s most well-respected figures and build long-lasting relationships with your fellow Diploma alumni. The Diploma is comprised of six essential units of study, each designed to develop expertise in a specific area. These units are weighted differently and require different amounts of guided and private study time. Those who choose to study with us through one of our classroom courses will taste over 250 light, sparkling and fortified wines, all carefully selected by our buying team to build your analytical tasting skills and contextualise your theoretical knowledge. Online students will be offered guidance on the styles of wines to source and taste. D1 – Wine production (20% weighting) o Vine requirements o Anatomy of the vine and grape o Grape growing options, explaining and evaluating the different approaches and how these options affect grape yields, quality and the final wine produced o Natural factors in the vineyard and how they influence the vine’s ability to produce grapes for wines of different styles, quality levels and price o Winemaking and post-fermentation options and how they influence the style, quality and price of wines D2 – Wine business (10% weighting) o The types of businesses engaged in wine production and the options for getting wine to the point of sale o Factors that contribute to the price of wine o Key considerations in wine marketing D3 – Wines of the world (50% weighting) | D4 – Sparkling wines (5% weighting) | D5 – Fortified wines (5% weighting) In each of these units you will learn: o How grape-growing, winemaking, maturation, wine law and wine business influence the style, quality and price of the principal still wines (D3), sparkling wines (D4) and fortified wines (D5) of the world. o How to taste and evaluate still wines (D3), sparkling wines (D4) and fortified wines (D5) using the WSET Level 4 Systematic Approach to Tasting Wine® (SAT) D6 – Independent research assignment (10% weighting) o How to research a specified wine-related subject and clearly communicate your findings
Durée
1 an 3 mois
Format
En ligne / sur campus
Apicius International School of Hospitality
Bachelor's Degree in Enology
Apicius International School of Hospitality
Florence, Italy
The program features a dual undergraduate bachelor's degree program offered by FUA-AUF and Fairfield University. Online, hybrid, low-residency, and on-campus options available.
Durée
4 ans
Format
En ligne / sur campus

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