Professional Waiting Skills

Enrol in Course

When starting off in the hospitality industry as a waiter, there are a number of basic core skills and techniques that an employer will expect. By the end of this short 1 day course you will be able to step into most restaurant environments and have the skills required as a waiter that would take several weeks to gain on the job.

Class Schedule — 2020

Course CodeDayStart DateEnd DateTimeLocation
202WAITGWedNov 4thNov 4th5:30pm - 9:30pmSir John's Bar
202WAITHThuNov 12thNov 12th5:30pm - 9:30pmSir John's Bar
202WAITISatNov 28thNov 28th9:00am - 1:00pmSir John's Bar
202WAITJMonDec 7thDec 7th5:30pm - 9:30pmSir John's Bar
202WAITKTueDec 15thDec 15th5:30pm - 9:30pmSir John's Bar
211WAITAThuFeb 11thFeb 11th5:30pm - 9:30pmSir John's Bar
211WAITBThuFeb 25thFeb 25th5:30pm - 9:30pmSir John's Bar
211WAITCTueMar 2ndMar 2nd5:30pm - 9:30pmSir John's Bar
211WAITDThuMar 25thMar 25th5:30pm - 9:30pmSir John's Bar
211WAITEMonApr 12thApr 12th5:30pm - 9:30pmSir John's Bar

Course Fees

Fees are inclusive of all materials.

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MSA Rewards$73.00
Full Fee$80.00

1 x 4 hour session

Notebook and pen. Must wear enclosed shoes (No thongs or sandals).

Richard Hands

Richard currently manages the Sir John’s Bar at Monash University in Clayton and has over 20 years experience in hospitality ranging from cafes, pubs, clubs, 5* hotels, high end restaurants, cocktail bars and private members bars. He has been trained by master sommeliers/blenders, leading industry experts on spirits, beers and liqueurs, world renowned cocktail bartenders, Michelin starred chefs and has undertaken a number of courses and programs to develop his skills and knowledge within the industry. In London he was a trainer for Match Bar Group and Gaucho restaurants for a number of years where high expectations were placed on students and trainers. He has also opened venues and consulted for hospitality businesses here in Australia