LOCAL BARTENDERS will get the chance to "stand out from the crowd" with training from world renowned founder and president of Extreme Bartending, Scott Young, out of Vancouver, Canada.
Young will be in Barbados from September 20 to 22, to conduct an Extreme Bartending seminar hosted by the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) at the DC Conference Centre in Manor Lodge, St Michael.
The seminar will allow attendees to increase their customer base through the implementation of performance skills and extreme service in their daily bartending.
At the end of the three-day intensive hands-on sessions they will be more professional in attitude, creating high sales revenue while decreasing costs due to wastage.
"We have had several requests from bartenders for this programme," said Michelle Smith, assistant executive vice president of the BHTA.
"Some of the areas participants will be expected to master are: being a great bartender from the customer perspective, the fundamentals of extreme bartending, performance moves, attracting customers, increasing productivity, speed and accuracy to become faster and more efficient, alcohol awareness, the advantages and the art of suggestive selling," he concluded.