Course in Food and Beverage Management in Europe

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Universities and colleges set their own admission requirements for higher education courses, so they vary broadly. Depending on the course, graduate student may be able to get into higher education with a range of qualifications. If you're applying to do a Foundation Degree course, you may find that work experience is taken into consideration alongside any qualifications you have. Some higher education institutes and colleges offer Foundation Years as preparation for a certain degree courses. They usually don't result in separate criteria as they simply qualify you to enter the degree program itself. Foundation Years aren't within reach for all degree courses, however.

Students who are interested in managing a food service operation will benefit from a food and beverage management program. Classes may include culinary math, product identification, food safety, purchasing, liquor liabilities, and banquet meeting and planning.

Europe, one of the world's seven continents, is usually known as the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Second smallest continent, with 10,180,000 (km2), the area regroups 50 countries.

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Short Course in Italian Cuisine and Oenology

Italian Culinary Institute for Foreigners - ICIF
Campus Full time 3 months October 2017 Italy Italy Online

The Short Course in Italian Cuisine and Oenology is set out in two parts: the first consists of theoretical-practical lessons at ICIF Headquarters, supplemented with educational field trips; the second, consisting in a professional internship (optional, not included in the subcription costs), at a restaurant selected by the school. [+]

Course Studies in Food and Beverage Management in Europe 2017. Three weeks of theoretical and practical lessons and the opportunity of a practical training period at the best Italian restaurants The Short Course in Italian Cuisine and Oenology is set out in two parts: the first consists of theoretical-practical lessons at ICIF Headquarters, supplemented with educational field trips; the second, consisting in a professional internship (optional, not included in the subcription costs), at a restaurant selected by the school. The Short Course is designed for professionals or students who want to undergo a more rapid training program on traditional and modern-creative cuisine, with insights into oils, balsamic vinegars, herbs and spices, traditional first courses, cheeses, pastries and wine. Minimum attendance 12 – maximum 24. Duration The Course has a total duration of 3 months: 4 weeks of theoretical and practical lessons at the Institute 8 weeks of internship (optional) at Italian restaurant previously selected by the Institute Those who can enroll are: Holders of diplomas from higher education hospitality institutes or centres Foreign and Italian professionals from the food and wine sector Workers from the sector with at least three years of documented experience in hospitality industry worldwide Lesson topics Cooking classes Extra virgin olive oil and other condiments Wine, balsamic and aromatic vinegars Herbs and spices Hot and cold starters Vegetables and salads Rice and risottos Soups Dried pasta and its sauces Fresh and filled pasta Polenta, gnocchi, flans and timbales Freshwater and saltwater fish White meat, lamb, pork... [-]

Siena - Business & Economics of Italian Food & Wine

IES Abroad
Campus Full time 12 weeks August 2017 Italy Siena

Our Business & Economics of Italian Food & Wine Program is ideal for Business, Economics, Agribusiness, Environmental Studies, Political Science, and Agricultural Economics majors, as well as any student with an academic or professional interest in local and organic food and wine in Italy. [+]

Overview 12 credits. 12 weeks. $12,000. Our Siena – Business & Economics of Italian Food & Wine Program is part of our 12 for 12 for 12 programs. The intersection of culture and cuisine is taken to the next level in Tuscany, where traditional food and wine are not only a large part of the cultural identity, but also a primary economic contributor. Our Business & Economics of Italian Food & Wine Program is ideal for Business, Economics, Agribusiness, Environmental Studies, Political Science, and Agricultural Economics majors, as well as any student with an academic or professional interest in local and organic food and wine in Italy. You will live in the welcoming city of Siena, home to many specialty foods, including hand-rolled pici pasta, crostini with chicken liver, and panforte nut and fruit cake crafted by local, quality-driven producers. It’s here that you’ll enroll in four courses for a total of 12 credits where you will explore how business and economic concepts are woven into the fabric of the Italian food industry. Imagine exploring global marketing strategies one day and visiting a local Brunello wine producer with international distribution the next. How about studying EU agriculture policy and then talking to the owner of an agriturismo farm about how these policies impact his business? Welcome to study abroad! Tuscany will be your classroom. Can you picture visiting Italian organic cheese production facilities, utilizing case studies from local wineries, and having lunch with the owners of an independent farm? Our... [-]

Wine Program

Culinary Institute Kul IN
Campus Full time 50 hours October 2017 Croatia Sisak

Kul IN's wine program uses a theoretical and hands-on training so that students can get a complete insight into the world of wine. The program is intended for those who are employed in tourism, the catering industry, restaurants and hotels, winemakers, sales representatives, wine critics and wine lovers. [+]

Course Studies in Food and Beverage Management in Europe 2017. The culture of dining, the modern restaurant scene, and the food industry are inconceivable without wine and other alcoholic beverages that have become an indispensable part of gastronomy and everyday life. Knowledge of wine culture and its history, proper handling, and quality presentation and communication skills are all required for professional work with wine. Besides learning the general rules of wine bon ton, it is important to stay educated and follow new trends because wine is a live product and demands continuous tasting, consideration, and research. Kul IN's wine program uses a theoretical and hands-on training so that students can get a complete insight into the world of wine. The program is intended for those who are employed in tourism, the catering industry, restaurants and hotels, winemakers, sales representatives, wine critics and wine lovers. For enrolment in the program, no previous knowledge in enology or winemaking is necessary. Upon completion, the student is going to have knowledge to independently determine wine quality, select wines, pair wine with food and compose the wine chart. Discover your passion towards wines and gastronomy through Kul IN student network. Program length: 50 hours Class size: maximum 10 students Program cost per student: 1.150 Euros (VAT included) For our early bird students, we offer a 200 € discount on program tuition. To grab this voucher, you need to complete your application process and pay the tuition two months before the program start date. Tuition includes:  ... [-]

Culinary Arts

Culinary Institute Kul IN
Campus Full time 2 months October 2017 Croatia Sisak

This intensive two-month program is designed for professionals or beginners planning a professional career in the culinary arts. Small class sizes allow our experienced professor-chefs to give students lots of one-on-one attention and individual feedback. Students spend 80% of class time in the kitchen, and culinary practicums are designed to give students plenty of hands-on experience with meats, shellfish, pastas, pastries, and more. In addition, students are introduced to wine tasting and pairing, as well as business and restaurant management. After the course, students can choose to do an internship in an elite restaurant or hotel in Croatia. [+]

Course: Culinary Arts During this two-month program, participants will receive a broad and intense education in professional cooking and pastry making. The dynamic course schedule is designed for people wishing to improve their culinary skills or who are directing themselves towards a career in professional gastronomy. The program takes a hands-on approach to cooking technique, with daily cooking labs supplementing lessons, as well as several field trips to local food production centers and guest lectures from visiting Croatian and international chefs. Students will be provided with the basic knowledge required to begin working in a culinary profession. Students will learn about thermal and mechanical food processing, identifying ingredient quality, coupling seasonings, knife work, creating quality restaurant menus, arranging and serving dishes, professional cooking standards, food portions, food preservation, and the history of gastronomy. Along with the professional skills that students learn during this program, they will also have the opportunity to meet successful chefs working in contemporary gastronomy and form a network with professionals in the industry. Discover your passion towards gastronomy through Kul IN student network. Culinary Practicums Because we believe that cooking is best learned through hands-on experience, our curriculum is designed such that 80% of class time is dedicated to practicums. The practicums begin with the basics, so that students have the opportunity to build their knowledge on strong foundations. Field Trips During the program, students will visit several local food production centers and small-scale local farms. The field trips help students better understand the production chain... [-]

Catering and Buffet program for the Experienced Cook

Culinary Institute Kul IN
Campus Full time 2 months October 2017 Croatia Sisak

World trends in gastronomy and hospitality are ever more present on the market, and many social, business, and family events are becoming unthinkable without quality professional food and beverage services that can be customized to the needs of the occasion. As part of this intensive 2-month program, students will not only learn various techniques for food preparation and methods for food arrangement, but also professional standards of presentation and food service. The Catering and Buffet program is aimed at individuals who wish to broaden their knowledge and focus their professional career in the direction of catering and buffet. After the course, students can choose to do an internship in Croatia. [+]

Course Studies in Food and Beverage Management in Europe 2017. Course: Catering and Buffet for the Experienced Cook The culinary profession offers many options for specialization, and one of these is catering and buffet. World trends in gastronomy and hospitality are ever more present on the market, and many social, business, and family events are becoming unthinkable without quality professional food and beverage services that can be customized to the needs of the occasion. The main objective of catering and buffet is offering an all-inclusive culinary and social experience. As part of this program, students will not only learn various techniques for food preparation and methods for food arrangement, but also professional standards of presentation and food service. The Catering and Buffet program is aimed at individuals who wish to broaden their knowledge and focus their professional career in the direction of the culinary arts, regardless of their current profession. Discover your passion towards gastronomy through Kul IN student network. Other course information: Lesson Schedule: 5 hours/day Monday through Friday Language: Croatian and/or English Learning and Reading Materials: provided by Kul IN Uniforms: provided by Kul IN Upon successful completion, each student will receive a certificate from Kul IN for a Professional Cook of Catering and Buffet. ... [-]

Senior Management Of Companies In The Food Chain - Adeca

Instituto Internacional San Telmo
Campus Part time 4 months April 2018 Spain Sevilla

ADECA is a Program Improvement and an Advanced Forum of Reflection. It is designed to help senior management better understand this environment and improve their ability to adequately react on it. [+]

A forum of strategic reflection for leaders of the Food Chain Senior managers with responsibility for strategic decision making in the food sector are facing a difficult environment to predict. The maturity of markets and globalization generate a hyper-increasing complexity of the situations to be addressed. Moreover, the economic crisis has triggered price sensitivity of consumers and customers, who now make their buying decisions more rational criteria. Although the food sector is less affected by the economic crisis, it is more difficult to defend prices and margins with business models that sustained success in the last decade, raising the need to revitalize and reinvent the value propositions, companies and their structures to remain competitive and profitable. But at the same time, new business opportunities are created worldwide, through strategic alliances and emerging markets. ADECA is a Program Improvement and an Advanced Forum of Reflection. It is designed to help senior management better understand this environment and improve their ability to adequately react on it. It has a strong strategic direction, focusing on the challenges, problems and opportunities facing the Food Chain globally (from agriculture to commercial distribution). As such, ADECA is a unique program in the European Union. The program is divided into four intensive modules. Each module has two full days. Since 2003, the program ADECA is held every year in Seville, Spain. ADECA is a Program strategic reflection, Which aims to help senior managers to adapt their strategies and business models to take advantage of changes that affect... [-]

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.... [-]