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Restaurant Management

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Become a Restaurant Manager

Do you enjoy the idea of supervising a dynamic crew, serving others and creating great experiences for happy customers? If so, a restaurant management career might be ideal for you. In this 100% online course, you will learn the concepts and practices needed to combine people, food and beverages to craft a memorable dining event. Key topics include the human, food and beverage and management skills you need to operate a restaurant.

Job Outlook for Restaurant Management

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) expects the American economy to generate over 350,000 food service management jobs between now and 2029. The National Restaurant Association predicts 12.3% growth in job demand for restaurant managers between now and 2027.

According to the BLS, food service managers earn $26.60 per hour or $55,320 per year, on average. Salary.com reports that 90% of restaurant managers make over $34,700 per year. The top 25% earn in excess of $65,000, on average.

“This course has empowered me to embrace the future, to take the steps to renew my belief in myself and what I have to offer.”

Course Objectives

Prerequisites and Requirements

There are no prerequisites to take this course.

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Curriculum

I. RESTAURANT LOCATION

Demographics
Traffic
Visibility and Accessibility
Size and Affordability
Due Diligence

II. RESTAURANT FIT-OUT

Legal Requirements
Process Management
Layout and Equipment
Restaurant Décor
Budgeting

III. MENU MANAGEMENT

Purpose
Types
Design Elements
Pricing
Content
Reviews

IV. SALES AND MARKETING

Target Markets
Marketing Plans
Sales Forecasts

V. FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT

Food Service Process
Food Service Styles
The Essentials of Main Service Styles
The Advantages of Main Service Styles
Budget Considerations for Main Service Styles
Additional Services
Customer Service
Customer Sales

VI. KITCHEN MANAGEMENT

Inventory Systems
Standard Recipes
Preparation Sheets
Kitchen Employees
Food Production Systems and Methods
Food Safety
Measurements
Portions

VII. BEVERAGE MANAGEMENT

Legal considerations
Characteristics of Spirits
Characteristics of Wine
Cocktails
Bar Service
Inventory Levels
Beverage Calculations

VIII. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

The Recruitment Process
Employee Inductions
The Training Cycle
Performance Appraisals
Exit Interviews
Rosters and Allocations

IX. RESTAURANT CONTRACTS

Elements of a Contract
Essential Clauses
Other Laws

X. ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES

Accounting Terminology
Financial Statements
Accounting Methods
Inventory Valuation Methods

Instructors

Thea Roberts

Thea Roberts is an instructor with a background in business administration. Previously, she was a finance officer and employment advisor. She also held a position in the Washington State Ombudsman Program. Roberts holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Master of Arts.


Liselle Turner

Liselle Turner is a content writer and project manager. In addition to her background in advertising, she has worked in the learning and development industry. Turner holds a Bachelor of Business, a Diploma of Hospitality and Management, and a Certificate IV in Assessment and Workplace Training.

Restaurant Management FAQs

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF BECOMING A RESTAURANT MANAGER?
Restaurant managers are responsible to make sure their customers have a great experience. If you enjoy creating experiences and working with others to make them come alive, restaurant management may offer you many excellent opportunities. Restaurant managers often work with vibrant, young crews to offer precise, friendly service to customers who are celebrating a special occasion or just enjoying a meal outside their homes.

IS A RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT COURSE NECESSARY TO BECOME A RESTAURANT MANAGER?
Many restaurant managers do rise through the ranks from server or bartender to assistant manager before serving as a general manager or owner. However, completing a well-designed training course signals your commitment to professionalism to your prospective employers and team members. Formal training also offers preparation in the procedures and legal considerations that many managers only learn through the process of trial and error.

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