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Food and Beverage Management Intermediate

The Food and Beverage Management Intermediate course helps learners become more confident in managing a food and beverage department.

29 lesson(s) 7 theory assessment(s)

About this course

The Food and Beverage Management Intermediate course builds on foundational knowledge and helps learners become more confident in managing a food and beverage department. The course covers seven subjects, including: key performance indicators, stock management, menu pricing, payroll management, trends and competition, sales and promotions and marketing channels. The course takes 1 hour and 45 minutes to complete and comprises of 29 concise and compelling lessons.

What you will learn in this course

  • Menu pricing
  • Payroll management
  • Trends and competition analysis
  • Sales and promotions
  • Marketing channels

In partnership with

  • Hotelschool The Hague

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