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TRAINING CLASS INFORMATION

PRE-REGISTRATION IS ONLINE ONLY.

 

TRAINING CLASS APPRENTICE TRAINING PROGRAM
CLASS SCHEDULE -
January 2024 to June 2024
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – RORY MARTINEZ


MANDATORY ORIENTATION: will be held at the Culinary Academy on January 30th, 2024 for Sessions 1, 2 & 3, and January 31st, 2024 for Sessions 4, 5 & 6.

ORIENTATION IS AT THE SAME TIME AS YOUR CLASS

ATTENDANCE AT ORIENTATION IS MANDATORY.  (NO REFUNDS)


*Sessions 1, 2 & 3 –First day of class begin February 5th, 2024 (Monday) through June 25th, 2024 (Tuesday).
**Sessions 4, 5 & 6 – First day of  class begin February 7th, 2024 (Wednesday) through June 27th, 2024 (Thursday).
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ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR APPRENTICES WORKING IN A CBA PROPERTY

Pre-registration will begin online at 8 am on January 8th, 2024 to January 12th, 2024 for Apprentices ONLY WORKING IN A PROPERTY COVERED BY A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT (CBA). If you register and drop out or get pointed out by attendance policy, you MUST wait one class cycle before you can register again.
A materials fe
e of $125  (non-refundable) is due by 4 pm, January 12th, 2024. Actual payment must be paid in the office (credit, debit, money order, or cashier’s check) no later than 4 pm, January 12th, 2024 or you will lose your spot and need to re-register online.
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ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR APPRENTICES AND BARTENDERS NOT WORKING IN A CBA PROPERTY

Online Pre-Registration only for those Apprentices and Bartender who are working in a PROPERTY NOT COVERED BY A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT (CBA) will take place at 8 am, January 15th to January 19th, 2024.If you register and drop out or get pointed out by attendance policy, you MUST wait one class cycle before you can register again.

Payment of ($700) must be paid in person at the office by 4 pm, January 19th, 2024, or you will lose your spot. Verification of employment must be presented at the time of payment. You must work at least 3 days/week (20 hours/week) in order to be eligible. Verification must include Recent Pay-Stub, and one of the following documents: letter from employer; work schedule; an employee badge; paperwork identifying position as that of a bartender or apprentice bartender (bar back); and a Recent Pay-stub.
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Registration fees will ONLY be taken between the hours of
8:00 am & 4:00 pm

 

 

CLASS SCHEDULE - January 2024
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – RORY MARTINEZ

Session 1 - Monday and Tuesday ( 8 am to 11 am )

Session 2 - Monday and Tuesday ( 11 am to 2 pm )

Session 3 - Monday and Tuesday ( 2 pm to 5 pm )

Session 4 - Wednesday and Thursday ( 8 am to 11 am )

Session 5 - Wednesday and Thursday ( 11 am to 2 pm )

Session 6 - Wednesday and Thursday ( 2 pm to 5 pm )  


BARTENDERS UNION LOCAL 165 TRAINING PROGRAM
Classes will begin January 30th, 2024, and continue through to June 27th, 2024.
1
. Twenty (20) weeks of classes – (2) classes per week are required.
2. Four (4) absences maximum are permitted.
3. Trainees are dropped at five (5) absences! No exceptions for any reason!
4. Do not register for this Training Program if you have a planned vacation or any other event that might cause you to exceed four (4) absences!
6. Being unprepared or tardy will result in accumulating points as an absence. U or T = .50 absences.
7. Do not register for this Training Program if you cannot attend the Mandatory Orientation,
and the first day of class. 

8. If you register and drop out or get pointed out by attendance policy, you MUST wait one class cycle before you can register again.

Bartender’s Union Local 165 Bar Apprentice Training Program Curriculum
Objectives: Educate Apprentice Bartenders, Bartenders and Beverage Managers in all aspects of the Craft including:

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Important Facts Pertaining to the Health Department Rules and Regulations
The Health Department Agent has the authority to make surprise inspections at any given time to inspect all areas of any Hotel and/or Casino. They will show you their badge and introduce themselves as an agent for the Health Department and you should answer any of their questions and/or inquiries to the best of your knowledge. If enough infractions are found in that area, they do have the authority to downgrade or close down any area that is not up to code.

 

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