Fine Dining Techniques for Today's Server

Fine dining techniques are essential skills for servers in upscale restaurants – they are the many subtle things that Servers do to change an experience from average to memorable.  There are many unspoken etiquette standards that are expected both by employers and the clientele of high-end restaurants. Students are taught to create service magic by mastering practical fine dining techniques in this course.  This will include the use of language, the steps of formal service, how to talk about food and the rules of service etiquette.

Instructor information:

Daniel Jordi is an experienced instructor of Hospitality Management at Vancouver Island University.  He has over 20 years of practical experience in the food and beverage industry.  Daniel has worked as the Food and Beverage Director at high end resorts, is a level two trained Sommelier, and a well-regarded Food and Beverage service consultant.  He has also completed a Commerce Degree from the University of British Columbia.   

Nanaimo Campus            Date: April 25, 2020                Time: 10am to 1pm

Course Length: 3 hours           Cost: $165

Course Code: MGTS 001 I20N01