Please note prices are subject to change.
Meets: M, Tu, W, Th and F from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: CHI 141
Students learn basic service skills to apply upon an entry-level server position. This is a one-week program with hands-on experience for a student who has not been trained in professional service skills. This program will include understanding the fundamentals of etiquette, manners, salesmanship and professionalism. Students will also earn a ServSafe Food Handler certification and a TIPs certification.
What to expect
This one-week, five-day program includes four hours of service training and two hours per day with professional life skills and ServSafe Food Handler sanitation certification training. An orientation before the class starts includes a pretest to review current knowledge and establishes a baseline for measuring success.
Learn basic service principles, including but not limited to the following:
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Is financial assistance available for the program?
Yes! Scholarships and need-based financial assistance are available!
What will I learn?
You'll learn essential skills for "front of house" (service), plus professional life skills for success in the hospitality industry.
Are books and class materials provided?
Yes. We provide everything you need.
Are meals provided?
Yes! You'll be eating lunch at CHI every day of class.
May I miss a class?
No. As this is an intensive job training program, every day of training is important. Students must attend every class to earn a certificate of completion.
|Course Fee (Basic)||Registration Fee||$ 395.00|
CHI 141Truist Culinary & Hospitality Innovation Center 141 Greenville Technical College 556 Perry Avenue Suite B114 Greenville SC 29611
Bill Twaler, Certified Executive Chef (CEC)
Master of Science in Education, University of Kansas
Bachelor of Science in Food Service Management and Associate Degree in Culinary Arts, Johnson and Wales University
Before joining CHI, Chef Twaler was a Professor of Culinary Arts at the International Culinary Institute of Myrtle Beach, the Culinary Arts/ProStart teacher at Wando High School and the executive chef and owner of Old Firehouse Restaurant in Hollywood, SC.
Chef Twaler is an American Culinary Federation (ACF) Certified Executive Chef, was an apprentice on the Culinary Team USA in the 1996 Berlin Culinary Olympics, and was a safari chef at Hammond Ranch in Zimbabwe in 1998.
Chef Twaler’s professional accomplishments include the following:
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