Bartender & Barista Training

Be shaken and stirred into a new exciting world
Price $199


Be shaken and stirred into a new exciting world

Have you ever dreamed about impressing a bar full of customers by mixing exotic cocktails and serving them with flair? Or of satisfying the most discerning taste buds in the café with professional, barista prepared coffee?

Become a skilled bartender in weeks…

Dream no more – make it a reality! Starting today, you can learn invaluable bartending and barista coffee making skills that give you many advantages:

  • Immediately boost your employability.
  • Open new doors to places you are now qualified to apply for work in.
  • Travel anywhere in the world. With this universal training in your back pocket you can explore anywhere your heart desires and work as you go.
  • Move up the ladder in your current employment by impressing management with your new learning.

…and a barista coffee expert too

Isn’t it impressive to see a professionally trained barista skillfully preparing coffee that smells so good it tempts people into his café? Have you ever seen a bartender captivate an audience with slick and confident cocktail preparation? You can do all that! During this course you’ll get the answers to all the important questions like:

  • What water to coffee ratios do I use for different coffee drinks?
  • What’s the perfect temperature for brewing?
  • What grind settings do I use and when?
  • How can I make sure it’s a superb cup of coffee and not just average?
  • How do the different whiskeys differ?
  • What shaking techniques suit which cocktails?
  • How can I master free pouring and get quantities right?
  • Why is tequila different from other alcohols?
  • What do I need to know about serving alcohol responsibly?

Enjoy a fun and rewarding career in hospitality

Start your bartender and barista training today and in no time at all you’ll have a new passport to many exciting jobs and locations, anywhere in the world.

Course Syllabus

Module 1: Before you start – tools and set up

  • 1.1 Bartending tools
  • 1.2 Setting up
  • 1.3 Essential bar supplies

Module 2: Setting the stage for stylish bartending

  • 2.1 Storing and serving
  • 2.2 Hygiene and safety
  • 2.3 Garnishes and mixers
  • 2.4 Style and presentation tips

Module 3: Mixology and pouring

  • 3.1 Mixology - Shaking, Mixing, Layering, Blending, Stirring, Straining, Dry Shaking, Muddling, Throwing & Building and Jigger technique
  • 3.2 Pouring techniques and free pouring

Module 4: Responsibility and flair

  • 4.1 Cash register
  • 4.2 Customer service
  • 4.3 Responsible serving of alcohol
  • 4.4 Flair bartending

Module 5: Know your drinks – liquors, liqueurs, whiskeys, brandies

  • 5.1 Liquors
  • 5.2 Liqueurs
  • 5.3 Whiskey – history and how it’s made
  • 5.4 Types of whiskey
  • 5.5 Brandy, Cognac, Armagnac

Module 6: Know your drinks – vodkas, tequilas, wines, beers & more

  • 6.1 Vodka, Gin, Rum
  • 6.2 Tequila and Mescal
  • 6.3 Wine, port, sherry and vermouth
  • 6.4 Beer – keg and cellar management

Module 7: Know your drinks – creams, sours, martinis & more

  • 7.1 Aperitifs
  • 7.2 Two liquor drinks
  • 7.3 Cream drinks
  • 7.4 Sour drinks
  • 7.5 Martinis/Manhattans

Module 8: Know your drinks – hot, exotic, highball, & more.

  • 8.1 Highball and juice
  • 8.2 Exotic drinks
  • 8.3 Hot-drinks
  • 8.4 Shooter drinks
  • 8.5 Cocktail recipes

Module 9: Origin and cultivation of coffee

  • 9.1 A look at the coffee bean and its journey to our cups.
  • 9.2 Coffee varietals, cultivars and hybrids.
  • 9.3 How coffee is harvested and processed.
  • 9.4 Roasting techniques
  • 9.5 What happens to taste and quality through processing

Module 10: Preparing to brew

  • 10.1 Introduction to brewing methods
  • 10.2 Tasting tips
  • 10.3 How to prepare your coffee machine
  • 10.4 Setting your grinder
  • 10.5 How temperature and humidity affect coffee grinding
  • 10.6 Filling the handle and tamping the grinds

Module 11: Grinding and espresso

  • 11.1 A close look at the grinder
  • 11.2 Cleaning your coffee machine
  • 11.3 Storing coffee and why it matters
  • 11.4 Single bean or blended?
  • 11.5 Espresso trends and shots
  • 11.6 Espresso brew ratios

Module 12: Cream it up

  • 12.1 Does your crema measure up?
  • 12.2 The science of milk and how it changes coffee
  • 12.3 Steaming, frothing and giving texture to milk
  • 12.4 Choosing your jug and pouring freely
  • 12.5 Being creative with latte
  • 12.6 Coffee menu – Americano, Macchiato, Cappuccino, Mocha etc.


Get not one but TWO Certificates!

  • 1At the end of the course students receive a free PDF certificate.
  • 2The Certificate is issued by Eventtrix and confirms course completion.
  • 3Students can also request an internationally recognised certificate issued by independent accreditation body - International Council for Online Educational Standards. This certificate is issued in hard copy only and is posted to your address. Certificate fee applies.
  • 4In order to be eligible for the certificate student needs to successfully complete the course and pass each course module.


Bartender Barista training courses are independently accredited. All our courses, as well as our processes, are approved by the International Council for Online Educational Standards,, assuring our students our commitment to high standards of online education. EventTrix is a recognized member of the CPD Certification Service. Our CPD accredited courses count towards the total of CPD hours to submit for your job role. CPD points are accepted and recognized by employers from both the public and private sectors, and academic institutions across the UK and internationally.

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