|Performing Arts Venue |||School|
|Payment |||Cheque, Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Money Order, Visa|
|Getting There |||Queen Streetcar|
|Cross Street |||Adelaide Street West and Portland Street|
|Mon-Thurs 10AM-8PM, Fri-Sat 10AM-4PM|
Profile Last Updated: July 11, 2008
At the Toronto Institute of Bartending, courses and their content change monthly to keep up with the pace of this dynamic industry. All instructors currently work in bartending and have a hand in recruiting and screening new potential employees. This means you’re taught by the very same people you’ll be applying to in the future.
Shaken or Stirred?
Take the Intro to Bartending & Mixology and be certified in just two to four weeks. This course is flexible enough to fit any schedule. Opt for the accelerated day classes, sign up for weekend sessions or take the evening option. Not only will this class show you how to mix drinks, it’ll teach you the tricks of the trade when it comes to giving better service, getting better tips and pouring and mixing with a little bit of flair. From here, you can easily move into Advanced Mixology where you’ll learn to make gourmet cocktails with exotic juices and garnishes.
Serve Legally with Smart Serve
Smart Serve certification will allow you to serve legally in Ontario. This single-evening class is recognized by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario as the Responsible Server Training Program and is mandatory to work in bars and many restaurants in the province. Another qualification that will beef up your resume is the Wine Council of Ontario Certification course. Whether you’re a wine-loving waiter who wants to share your passion with diners or an at-home enthusiast who wants to know a little more for interests’ sake, this correspondence-style course allows you to learn all about vineyards, Ontario wine, cellars, food matching and health--from home!