The Restaurant Training Program

Author: Karen E. Drummond
Editor: Wiley
ISBN: 9780471552079
File Size: 57,37 MB
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This ready-to-use staff training manual covers three basic areas: safety and sanitation, food production skills and service ability. Discusses standard industry procedures and practices with instructions for customizing to individual restaurant operations. Presents 30 training outlines featuring ready-to-photocopy transparency masters and employee materials such as summaries, exercises and quizzes. Also includes a variety of suggested training techniques.

The Encyclopedia Of Restaurant Training

Author: Lora Arduser
Editor: Atlantic Publishing Company
ISBN: 0910627347
File Size: 62,92 MB
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Book & CD-ROM. Training is an investment for the future, the only foundation on which success can be built. Training delivers excellence in product and performance, elevating a good restaurant into a great one. Training will keep the skills of its employees and management sharp. But in no other industry is its absence or presence as obvious as it is in the food service industry. It is hard to find good, qualified employees, and even harder to keep them. In addition, unemployment levels are low, and competition for qualified workers is tough. What's the answer? Training! Constant training and re-enforcement keeps employees and management sharp and focused, and demonstrates the company cares enough to spend time and subsequently money on them. And that's precisely what this encyclopaedic book will do for you -- be your new training manager. The first part of the book will teach you how to develop training programs for food service employees, and how to train the trainer. The book is full of training tips, tactics and how-to's that will show you proper presentation, and how to keep learners motivated both during and after the training. The second part of the book details specific job descriptions and detailed job performance skills for every position in a food service operation, from the general manager to dishwasher. There are study guides and tests for all positions. Some of the positions include General Manager, Kitchen Manager, Server, Dishwasher, Line Cook, Prep Cook, Bus Person, Host/Hostess, Bartender, Wine & Alcohol Service, Kitchen Steward, Food Safety, Employee Safety, Hotel Positions, etc. Specific instructions are provided for using equipment as well.

A Training Guide For Restaurant Sales Personnel

Author: Indiana University
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Franchising

Author: Harold Brown
Editor: Law Journal Press
ISBN: 9781588520111
File Size: 67,19 MB
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Provides agreements and completed pre-sale disclosure statements. It includes the transition from the former FTC pre-sale disclosure regulations to the new FTC Franchise Rule and NASAA Guidelines.

Franchise Opportunities Handbook

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Employment And Training Reporter

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File Size: 66,92 MB
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Plunkett S Almanac Of Middle Market Companies 2009

Author: Jack W. Plunkett
Editor: Plunkett Research, Ltd.
ISBN: 1593921209
File Size: 66,66 MB
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A business development tool for professionals, marketers, sales directors, consultants and strategists seeking to understand and reach middle market American companies. It covers important business sectors, from InfoTech to health care to telecommunications. Profiles of more than 500 leading US middle market companies. Includes business glossary, a listing of business contacts, indexes and database on CD-ROM.

The National Guide To Educational Credit For Training Programs

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Uniform Franchise Offering Circular

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Restaurant Management

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File Size: 23,34 MB
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The Career Guide

Author: Dun & Bradstreet
Editor:
ISBN: 9781562034597
File Size: 18,88 MB
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The International Hospitality Business

Author: Lawrence Yu
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 078900559X
File Size: 28,50 MB
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International Hospitality Business: Management and Operations will introduce hospitality managers to the most up-to-date developments in hospitality to prepare you for the rapidly changing world of international hospitality. This book is a compilation of the most current research in global operations. It examines new developments, new management concepts, and new corporate mergers. International Hospitality Business analyzes and discusses the complexity of the political, economic, financial, commercial, and cultural environment within which international business takes place to help you become a productive global manager. Through International Hospitality Business, you will learn how an effective global hospitality manager must have a broad trans-disciplinary perspective that includes studies in politics, culture, and geography to better prepare for the complexity of international operations. Expand your knowledge of how to deal with the issues that confront hospitality firms and managers in international development and operations by: understanding the great demand for competent managers to oversee operations in foreign countries because of the explosive growth of the international hospitality industry exploring the complex issues faced by hospitality managers when they are assigned to work overseas gaining insight into international hospitality firms’policies regarding developmental strategy, organizational structure, marketing, finance, accounting, and human resource management recognizing the international hospitality industry as an integral part of the service import and export business to help students gain a better understanding of managerial roles With The International Hospitality Business, you will examine world travel patterns, major hotel chains, and foodservice companies in different regions of the world to expand your knowledge and help you face the dynamic changing world of international hospitality. While this volume provides you with important, comprehensive knowledge that will help you manage the your overseas hospitality operations in a way that keeps the most important person in any business--the customer--contented.

Annual Chrie Conference Proceedings

Author: Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education (U.S.). Conference
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Public Health Reports

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File Size: 49,46 MB
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Oversight On The Job Training Partnership Act 1985

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Human Resources. Subcommittee on Employment and Productivity
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File Size: 33,56 MB
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Safety Training Manual For Restaurants And Hotels

Author: Edwin F. Ahern
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File Size: 73,27 MB
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