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Food and Beverage Management

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Students who study food and beverage management will be exposed to a variety of topics. Typical courses are mixology, food service preparation, hospitality laws, cost controls and beverage service. Many programs will also include experience in the field.

Spain, officially the Kingdom of Spain, is a sovereign state and a member state of the European Union. It is located on the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe. Spanish universities regulate access to their own degrees and they fix the academic fees. They can also offer unofficial postgraduate degrees. The capital city Madrid has possibly the largest number of bars per capita of any European city and a very active nightlife.

Top Courses in Food and Beverage Management in Spain 2017

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Course - Cakes And Pastries For Restaurants

University College of Hotel Management and Culinary Arts StPOL
Campus Full time 4 - 4 weeks September 2017 Spain Barcelona

Course for knowledge and practical application of the techniques of bakery, pastry and savory pastries and sweet use [+]

Best Course Studies in Food and Beverage Management in Spain 2017. Baking and Pastry for restaurants: Master the techniques of professional pastry Course for knowledge and practical application of techniques for bakery, pastry and savory pastries and sweet routine use in kitchen of restaurants. The course starts on 04/05/2015 and ends on 05/29/2015. Course Competencies terminals: a) Master the techniques of making bread, pastry and confectionery b) Know how to organize the departure of pastry in the kitchen department c) To design a cuisine dessert at the restaurant d) Can develop with creativity and the gastronomic innovation pastry restoration. Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 15-20 pm Friday from 9-14 h. Training activities Classroom learning: - Explanatory Sessions 1.5h class (10%) - Teacher Demonstration Sessions 2.5h (30%) - Practice sessions preparing 2.5h participants (30%) Self study: personal study (20% ) sessions of master chefs and experts (10%) Grading system: 1) Progressive Evaluation: Active participation in class exercises and assignments and work conducted (80%) 2) Final Assessment: exam or final paper (20%) [-]

Course - Cooking For Events

University College of Hotel Management and Culinary Arts StPOL
Campus Full time 6 weeks March 2017 Spain Barcelona

Course for knowledge and practical application of the techniques of organization, management and control of gastronomic offers banquet [+]

Cooking for Events: Design, implementation and control of gastronomic events Course for knowledge and practical application of the techniques of organization, management and control of the culinary offerings of banquets, conventions, conferences and other events. The course starts on 30/03/2014 and ends on 30/04/2014. Course Competencies terminals: a) apply procedures for planning documentary cuisine of any category of events. b) Apply the protocols procurement systems for the production of genres events by type. c) Apply the processes of systematization and standardization in the development of the cuisine of the various types of events. d) Apply the techniques of cost control and service performance events. Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 15-20 pm Friday from 9-14 h. Training activities Classroom learning: - Explanatory Sessions 1.5h class (10%) - Teacher Demonstration Sessions 2.5h (30%) - Practice sessions preparing 2.5h participants (30%) Self study: personal study (20% ) sessions of master chefs and experts (10%) Grading system: 1) Progressive Evaluation: Active participation in class exercises and assignments and work conducted (80%) 2) Final Assessment: exam or final paper (20%) [-]

Course - Creativity And Innovation In The Kitchen

University College of Hotel Management and Culinary Arts StPOL
Campus Full time September 2017 Spain Barcelona

Creativity and Innovation in the Kitchen: The kitchen work is a constant research [+]

Best Course Studies in Food and Beverage Management in Spain 2017. Creativity and Innovation in the Kitchen: The kitchen work is a constant research Course theoretical - practical composed of four areas: 1) Concept and characteristics of creativity. 2) Experiences and trends of innovation and creativity: Area imparted by the course lecturers and visiting professionals. 3) Knowledge and practice of new technologies and techniques for molecular cuisine. 4) Introduction to research in kitchen hand of institutions and individuals with expertise in the field of R + D + In. The course starts on 16/02/2015 and ends on 03/27/2015. Course Competencies terminals: a) Document the practice of cooking considering the concept of creativity and the most significant experiences in innovation. b) Know how to relate one's own personality and trends in the culinary offerings. c) Ability to apply new techniques in cooking and in particular molecular cuisine. d) Making kitchen work ongoing research. Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 15-20 pm Friday from 9-14 h. Training activities Classroom learning: - Explanatory Sessions 1.5h class (10%) - Teacher Demonstration Sessions 2.5h (30%) - Practice sessions preparing 2.5h participants (30%) Self study: personal study (20% ) sessions of master chefs and experts (10%) Grading system: 1) Progressive Evaluation: Active participation in class exercises and assignments and work conducted (80%) 2) Final Assessment: exam or final paper (20%) [-]

Course - Knowledge Of Products And Cooking Techniques

University College of Hotel Management and Culinary Arts StPOL
Campus Full time September 2017 Spain Barcelona

Course for the practical analysis of the products and raw materials using different cooking techniques of pre-processing, processing [+]

Knowledge of products and cooking techniques: techniques Perfect world cuisines Course for the practical analysis of the products and raw materials using modern culinary techniques different pre-processing, processing and presentation in the culinary offerings of traditional cuisine, edge and temática.sentación: The course starts on 10/11/2014 and ends on 02/13/2015. Terminal Competency Course: a) Learn the specific characteristics of the categories and kitchen products b) Conducting good treatment practices receiving processes, pre processing and preservation products or raw materials c) Can analyze the losses and yields of raw materials d) Master the techniques of cutting and portioning e) Know how to relate specific products and food needs. f) Ability to apply different cooking techniques depending on the characteristics and type of offer to submit. g) Ability to apply different cooking techniques depending on the type of traditional cuisine, modern and cutting edge issues. Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 15-20 pm Friday from 9-14 h. Training activities Classroom learning: - 2.5 hour sessions - Sessions teacher demonstration (35%) - Practice sessions preparing the participants (35%) Self study: personal study (20%) sessions of master chefs and experts (10%) Grading system: 1) Progressive Evaluation: Active participation in class exercises and assignments and work conducted (80%) 2) Final Assessment: exam or final paper (20%) [-]

Technical Degree in Gastronomy and Restaurant Service

University College of Hotel Management and Culinary Arts StPOL
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Spain Barcelona

Technical Degree in Gastronomy and Restaurant Service from EUHT StPOL and University Specialisation Diploma from the “University of Gerona: Innovation and Training” Foundation. [+]

Best Course Studies in Food and Beverage Management in Spain 2017. Qualification Technical Degree in Gastronomy and Restaurant Service from EUHT StPOL and University Specialisation Diploma from the “University of Gerona: Innovation and Training” Foundation. Duration Three years Teaching language The classes will be given entirely in Spanish Methodology This is mainly practical program. 60% of the classes are practised in kitchen departments and the restaurant service of the Hotel-School, and 40% are theory. Professional practices also carried out in each of the three summers (2, 3 and 6 months) Entrance High school certificate or aged over 16 Goals - The students must be operational in the different sections of the kitchen (bakery, cold room, sauce unit, entremetier) and must be capable of planning purchases, controlling costs and administering the kitchen. - The students must be operational in the different room and bar services, they must know how to plan receptions and special services and have knowledge on cocktail making and pairing dishes with wines. [-]

Assessing Impact of Development Programmes on Food Security

UOC Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Online Full time 4 months October 2017 Spain Barcelona

This 4 month online joint UOC-FAO specialization provides a comprehensive understanding and guidance for assessing the impact of development programmes on food security. [+]

This 4 month online joint UOC-FAO specialization provides a comprehensive understanding and guidance for assessing the impact of development programmes on food security. Specifically, students review food security impact assessment in the context of development programmes; methods and approaches for assessing impact; and, interpreting and communicating impact assessment results. This specialization brings together the latest information on impact assessment from numerous guidelines and presents it within the context of development programmes that address food insecurity. The focus is on large scale programmes but the methods and approaches are equally applicable to smaller food security projects. Students will be challenged with regular assignments and activities and will be supported by teachers with extensive experience. Content: Module 1: Assessing programme impact on food security Module 2: Methods and approaches for assessing impact Module 3: Interpreting and communicating results Objectives Define food security as a broad concept used to determine people's general well-being; Identify in a practical way the main items for the assessment and evaluation of food security programmes; Understand the concept of vulnerability and how it is applied to food security; Appreciate the importance of food systems analysys to trigger appropriate action to address food security; Understand the basic measures to monitor and evaluate targeting activities; Acknowledge food security as a policy issue cutting across different sectors. Competencies This programme will prepare you to meet the demand for knowledgeable and well-trained food security professionals, by fostering practical and critical learning with an international perspective. Students in the Department of Food Systems, Culture and Society typically have backgrounds in a field related to the agri-food sector or an academic background in agriculture, anthropology, economics, environmental studies, development, public health or sociology. Student profile The programme attracts people who wish to specialise in the agri-food sector, as well as those interested working in this field. Many already have work experience in the agrifood sector and are looking to broaden their knowledge and skills so as to advance their careers. Academic requirements Courses in the Department of Food Systems, Culture and Society are open to everyone with a good grasp of English. The UOC is an open university which means that even if you do not have a high school diploma or university degree you can still take our courses. To be eligible for the master's title you must have a recognised university degree. If you do not have a recognised university degree then you will receive an equivalent certificate instead of a degree. Prior knowledge For these studies no prior knowledge is required. Degrees Once the overall assessment process has been completed successfully, the UOC will issue a Master Diploma/ Postgraduate Diploma/Specialization Certificate to those participants with an accredited university qualification that is valid in Spain. Should you not have such a qualification, a Certificate will be issued. [-]

Food Systems Analysis

UOC Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Campus Full time October 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Specialisation in Food Systems Analysis provides students with a strong understanding of the main issues facing food systems today, including sustainable and local food systems, seeds, nutrition, gender, ecology, social movements, economics, globalisation and localisation. [+]

Best Course Studies in Food and Beverage Management in Spain 2017. The Specialisation in Food Systems Analysis provides students with a strong understanding of the main issues facing food systems today, including sustainable and local food systems, seeds, nutrition, gender, ecology, social movements, economics, globalisation and localisation. Students consider theories and critiques of trade liberalisation and food governance. Finally, students are introduced to research methods that will allow them not only to effectively undertake research on questions related to food systems, but also to undertake policy analysis. This specialisation is taught by an international group of experts. With this training, students will be better prepared to understand, analyse and address issues linked to our food systems across a variety of sectors. This Specialisation in Food Systems Analysis can be taken as a stand-alone certificate. It also makes up a mandatory part of the Master's in International Agri-Food Governance and the Postgraduate Diploma in Food Systems and Governance. Objectives To provide students with the tools and knowledge tot analyse and understand: food systems and their role in society; how food and agriculture are regulated nationally and internationally; how agencies and institutions regulate agriculture and food nationally and internationally. To provide a framework for the exchange of knowledge, experiences, programmes and viewpoints among players, including other universities, researchers, professionals, civil service, private sector and government. Comprehensive understandign of food systems in a local, regional and global context. Awareness of the role that food plays across cultures, historically and in contemporary societies. Understanding of the relationships between economics, environment, society, culture and agri-food policy. Capacity to apply theory and knowledge to policy analysis. Competence in approaching a research problem in the area of food systems. Competence in articulating a research question, data collection and articulating research results. Competence in critically evaluating research. Competencies This programme will prepare you to meet the demand for knowledgeable and well-trained food systems analysts and leaders, by fostering practical and critical learning with an international perspective. The courses are geared towards: Individuals working in NGOs and community organizations that address issues related to food, and agriculture Individuals working in the agri-food sector Public administrators Policy analysts Consultants Lawyers Journalists specializing in food politics Professional organisations or international cooperation projects that address issues linked to food and agriculture Students wishing further education on issues of agri-food governance Providing students with the necessary tools for improving their employability, giving them the right to knowledge and education to be successful in the different occupations they will have during their lives, is a fundamental purpose of our postgraduate programmes. Student profile Food Systems Analysis students typically have backgrounds in a field related to the agri-food sector, or an academic background in anthropology, economics, environmental studies, development, public health, agriculture or sociology. The programme attracts people who wish to specialise in the agri-food sector, as well as those interested working in this field. Many already have work experience in the agri-food sector and are looking to broaden their knowledge and skills so as to advance their careers. Learning resources Materials will be in English and will include written course materials, relevant websites, academic articles, books and magazine articles, among others. Academic requirements Students can still apply for the programme even if they do not have a university degree. The Specialisation in Food Systems Analysis is open to everyone with a good grasp of English. The UOC is an open university which means that even if you do not have a high school diploma or university degree you can still take our courses. Prior knowledge The course materials and teaching language is English. A strong grasp of English is required for this programme. Degrees Once the overall assessment process has been completed successfully, the UOC will issue a Master Diploma/ Postgraduate Diploma/Specialization Certificate to those participants with an accredited university qualification that is valid in Spain. Should you not have such a qualification, a Certificate will be issued. [-]

Expert Maitre

Estudios Superiores Abiertos de Hostelería
Online Part time September 2017 Spain Zaragoza

The service and attention at the restaurant maitre increasingly need highly qualified, capable of providing maximum customer satisfaction professionals. The people who make the hotel maitre positions must possess excellent qualities, intuition, taste for service and business-minded. The development of food culture at all levels ... [+]

Expert Maitre Learn how to run an impeccable restaurant service The service and attention at the restaurant maitre increasingly need highly qualified, capable of providing maximum customer satisfaction professionals. The people who make the hotel maitre positions must possess excellent qualities, intuition, taste for service and business-minded. The development of food culture at all levels, is causing the dining rooms of restaurants and hotels are being converted into real classrooms sense perception and culinary knowledge. During the various teaching units of each of the four modules of the University Degree, you'll acquire the practice of professional experience that will enable you to develop your job as Maitre in organization, planning and control of restaurant, having the skills necessary for the tasting wine and food pairings and for the preparation and organization of events and their respective protocol, not to mention the knowledge and service cocktail stick to defend yourself in this profession. Agenda Service Restoration - Introduction to the restaurant. Organization and service delivery. Organization and bar service. Buffet and room service. Banqueting. Service coffee, tea, cocktail and cigar. Charting and billing Small Organization Events and Protocol - Commercial Department. Types of events and protocol. Engineering menu. Wines, Pairing and Presentation. The Protocol on Restoration Events. Other complementary activities at the event. Wine tasting - History of wine and vine. Winemaking. Grapes and appellations. The organoleptic wine. The wine tasting. Spanish wine tasting. Service and food pairing. Barman - Cocktails - Introduction and history. The bar. Service station and glassware. Beverage types. Material and art mix. Ingredients. Restaurant Management - Management and processes food and beverage area. Purchasing Management. The economic management of the restoration. Management applied to catering establishments. Banquet. Products V range. Engineering menu. Other forms of restoration. GOALS In the course of expert Maitre, get that: You unwrap properly for the facilities and to develop all technical correction service depending on the type of establishment. Acquire the knowledge and skills to meet and serve customers properly. besides knowing treat potential customer complaints Comprehensively meet the internal organization of restaurant Know the organizational structure of a restaurant and its management, as well as the different types of services a restaurant (buffets, banquets, room service ...) Learn the parameters for making menus and letters. You learn to take an inventory of the restaurant Be aware correctly choose the restaurant staff Know step by step, the terms, concepts, components and factors that are involved in the development of wine tasting. Notions have the complete planning and execution of an event (from receipt to completion thereof), controlling their mounts, material and human needs. Departures The course Maître Expert is aimed at people who want to: Acquire specific preparation for joining a job in a catering company. Improve or update their training in preparation to play a responsible position. Taking professional opportunities as the maitre maitre restaurant or hotel. Admission requirements Access to Expertise of Maître course can be accomplished by one of two ways: Having a university degree or Have professional experience. In this case, a committee will evaluate the knowledge and experience. [-]

Expert In Food And Beverage Management

Estudios Superiores Abiertos de Hostelería
Online Part time September 2017 Spain Zaragoza

The main objective of the Expert on Food and Beverage is introduce you to the latest trends and strategies for the management of food and beverages. The use of new management tools, innovative products, technical human, commercial and financial management of the company ... [+]

Best Course Studies in Food and Beverage Management in Spain 2017. Expert in Food and Beverage Learn the latest trends and strategies of the catering industry The hotel and catering sector is demanding, increasingly, experts in the management of food and beverage area (food and beverage). The emergence of new markets and products in the international hospitality field, forces positioned at the forefront of the grid for this race to the competitiveness of hotels and restaurants. The main objective of the Expert on Food and Beverage is introduce you to the latest trends and strategies for the management of food and beverages. The use of new management tools, innovative products, technical human, commercial and financial management of the company. The alternation of theoretical content with other practical, a teaching team of recognized professionals, and the quality seal of Higher Education Open Hospitality, reaffirms our conviction that this program will enable you to cope with guaranteed success your practice . Agenda Organisation, Planning and Management Facilities Restoration - Management and processes food and beverage area. Purchasing Management. The economic management of the restoration. Management applied to catering establishments. Banquet. Products V range. Engineering menus. Other forms of restoration. Small Organization Events and Protocol - Commercial Department. Types of events and protocol. Engineering menu. Wines, Pairing and Presentation. The Protocol on Restoration Events. Other complementary activities at the event. Food Safety, Environment and Quality - concept and importance of quality. Implementation of a quality system. Hygiene and food safety. HACCP system. Quality and environmental health. Human Resources Management and Internal Communication - Organization and organizational culture. Analysis, description and assessment of jobs. Capturing human resources. Selection and orientation of human resources. The company training. Personal evaluation. Internal communication within the company. GOALS With the Expert on Food and Beverages obtain that: Know the different activities and operational tasks performed in the department to establish an overview of their performance and optimizing their management. You formes for you occupy a position of responsibility in this area to solve problems, work organization and teamwork. Learn the appropriate channels of communication between departments and achieve excellent levels of departmental cooperation. Have a measurement device to evaluate and discover deviations occur, analyze and take corrective measures. Learn the operational and management processes of the kitchen, living and commissary of a hotel. Know the organization and planning of banquets, as well as the operation of the commercial department. Sanitary meet technical requirements, legal obligations, responsibilities and mechanisms and tools for a successful adaptation of facilities and activities to current regulations on food hygiene for hotel facilities. Know the content and facilitate the development implementation and verification of HACCP System General Plans Self Hygiene and HACCP Plan applied to the food industry as established health regulations. Supervises negotiations with suppliers to achieve maximum economic efficiency in purchasing management. Outputs and RequisitosTitulación Expert on Food and Beverage is aimed at people who want to: Acquire specific preparation for joining a job within a hospitality company. Improve or update their training in preparation to play a responsible position. Taking as a career the Director of Food and Beverage. [-]

Expert - Cafeteria Monitor And Leisure

Campus Universitario Europeo
Online Full time Part time 6 months September 2017 Spain Málaga + 1 more

Originating from the Latin word infantia, childhood is the period of human life from birth to puberty.The concept allows you to name the set of children of that age [+]

Expert - Monitor School Meal and Leisure Originating from the Latin word infantia, childhood is the period of human life since are born until puberty. The concept allows you to name the set of children of that age (Infants) and the first state of a thing after birth or foundation (for example, "the childhood of an institution"). During this period it will be vital insight into the necesidas and obligations from the smallest to offer an education and a series of essential values for proper physical and emotional development. To whom is it addressed? - Students of magisterium, pedagogy, psychology, special education ... - Teachers - Educators, psychologists, poricultoras ...

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Course - Innovation in Tapas and Pintxos Bars

Basque Culinary Center
Campus Full time 1 month September 2017 Spain San Sebastian

Tapas and pintxos are gastro-icons. This is an assumable business model with a wide variety of success stories throughout the world [+]

Course - Innovation in Tapas and Pintxos Bars

Tapas and pintxos are gastro-icons. This is an assumable business model with a wide variety of success stories throughout the world.

Successfully managing these gastronomic models requires an original formula that is also economically feasible with a sustainable project.

This course will reveal the key aspects of specialising design and management of each of the areas: strategy, marketing, finance, gastro-offer and drinks, customer service, etc.

AN INTENSE MONTH TO DISCOVER THE RECIPE FOR SUCCESS WHEN MANAGING THESE BUSINESS MODELS

Developing the skills to run a tapas and pintxo business efficiently and innovatively, absorbing new market trends, from the point of view of business management, the kitchen and customer service.... [-]