Service Crew

General Requirements

  • Good communication skills
  • Customer empathy/compassion
  • Basic Food Hygiene Course certification

A good service crew staff

  • Works well under stress
  • Able to multi-task
  • Enthusiastic personality

Articles to read

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What's IT Like to Work on a Food Service Crew?

Food services crew members work in hospitals, schools, business parks and strip malls. As opposed to full-service restaurants, these places employ a food service crew that often do a little bit of everything, such as take orders, run the register and prepare food.

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My Week as a Waiter

Read about a week in the life of a waiter

Videos to watch

Duties and responsibilities of service personnel in the restaurant

Length: 3min

SATS Journey: Service Crew

Length: 3min

Restaurant Skills Training: How to be a great waiter

Length: 1min

Courses to enroll in

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Food Safety Course Level 1 - Basic Food Hygiene Course

The 1-day course (avail. in English and Chinese) aims to provide learners with the essential knowledge and skill-sets to follow food & beverage safety and hygiene policies and procedures.

Fee: $150.00
Duration: 7.5 hours

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WSQ Certificate in Food Services (Culinary Arts)

This WSQ Certificate in Food Services (Culinary Arts) is designed to equip entry-level kitchen staff with the knowledge and skills to complete their everyday tasks in kitchen such as receiving and storing products and preparing sauces, meat and fish for cooking.

Fee: $2942.50
Duration: 13 Day(s) (104 Hrs)

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Fundamentals of Barista Skills

This highly informative and technical course is a must for all coffee enthusiasts aspiring to be a full-fledged barista. As a practical workshop, this class will cover everything that you need to know on pulling consistently great shots of espresso and mastering proper milk frothing techniques.

Fee: $170.00
Duration: 2.5 hrs

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