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Introduction to Basic Mixology Skills - Part-time

Course outline

This course is perfect if you want to learn how to make professional mixed drinks, understand their origins and uplift your passion for professionally presented cocktails and impress your friends!

You will learn:

  • The history of mixed drinks
  • Alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails and other mixed drinks
  • The ingredients and techniques of mixology
  • Professional presentation

How to apply for this course

Apply now and if you need to pay any course fees, or provide evidence if you wish to claim a fee reduction, we will contact you to let you know how to do this.

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Location Date / time Fees / reductions
111 Canal Street
Nottingham
NG1 7HB

Start: 25th April 2022

End: 13th June 2022

Time: 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Day: Monday

Tuition fee: £39

Tuition fees may be waived if you are in receipt of certain benefits. Please see our Fee Remission page to see if you can claim a fee reduction.

Course code: C038078 / Q038093

Qualification

College Certificate

Level Entry Level
Entry requirements

There are no formal entry requirements but you must be aged 19+ and have an interest in cocktails and mixology skills.

Assessment

You will receive regular feedback from your tutor.

Progression

You could progress an Advanced Mixology Skills course.

Additional information

This course includes the use of alcohol.

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