Rémy Cointreau offers free training to hospitality workers


Rémy Cointreau has partnered with Flow Hospitality Training to launch a range of free online courses for bartenders.

The French spirits group launched the training sessions in response to the “unprecedented difficulties currently faced by the hospitality industry around the world”.

They are designed to help bar staff boost their skills while unemployed or furloughed.

Courses cover a broad range of subjects, including bartending skills, food preparation, team leadership, ranging and health and safety,

“The On-Trade are critical to our industry and during this uncertain time Rémy Cointreau wants to give something back to the men and women around the world who bring our brands to consumers. In Flow Hospitality we have found the perfect partner who shares our core values and has a proven track record in providing world class e-training within the sector,” shares Richard Lambert, Global On-Trade Director at Rémy Cointreau.

Members of the hospitality industry are invited to register for a wide selection of courses designed to expand their knowledge and practical understanding of various elements of the business; ranging from bartending to food, health and safety, to housekeeping, disability awareness, equality and diversity, customer service to wine and more intangible skills such as management, an introduction to leadership and effective team management. Hospitality workers are encouraged to register by contacting their local Rémy Cointreau account manager.

“It’s encouraging to see a multi-national company like Rémy Cointreau giving back to the industry that supports it in such a meaningful way. We are delighted to partner with them to strengthen the On-Trade community,” says Flow Hospitality Training Co-Founder, David Wither.

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