Golf Food and Beverage Management

Course Cost: £195.00 (exc.VAT)
Study Time: Approximately 25 hours
Time Limit: 6-months to complete
Tutor Support: Included

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Course Summary – “Golf Food and Beverage Management”:

The modern golf club’s food and beverage offering has increased in importance over the last decade. For many clubs it now represents a considerable revenue and profit source. In some instances, it more than compensates for falling membership numbers and depleting green fee income.

Even for the private-members sector, an efficient and profitable hospitality product has allowed many clubs to invest in the club’s infrastructure – both in the clubhouse and on the golf course.

This new eLearning course is written by Steven Brown, FBII – the UK’s leading golf club food and beverage consultant and lecturer. It explores all the key topics to developing a hospitality angle to the club that adds value for the golfer and also contributes financially to the overall business.

Bonus Material:

“Golf Food and Beverage Management” includes a number of bonus extras including:
– Template franchise agreement
– Wastage report sheet
– Bar Manager job description
– Head Chef job description
– Conversions chart
– Example stocktaking report

Content:

Section 1 – Your Food & Beverage Options
– A Short History of Golf Club Food & Beverage
– The In-House Catering Operations
– The F&B Team
– Franchising

Section 2 – Costs & Controls
– Balancing the Tills & Float Levels
– Industry Norms for Gross Margins
– How to Cost a Food Dish
– Staff Meals & Drinks
– Supplier Deals & Prices Paid
– Wages
– Wastage Reports

Section 3 – Staff
– The Selection Process
– Job Descriptions
– Staff Training
– Getting the Unit Ready for Service
– Merchandising the Shop Window

Section 4 – Industry Formulas
– Key Industry Calculations
– Gross Profit
– Calculating a Gross Profit Margin
– VAT Calculations
– Set a Retail Price for a Gross Margin
– Calculating Break-Even Point

Section 5 – Marketing
– Identifying Your USP
– Marketing Your F&B Operation
– The SWOT Analysis
– Customer Research

Section 6 – Stock
– Stock Ordering & Control
– Stock Taking & Results

Section 7 – Additional Topics
– Dealing with House Committees
– Types of License
– Members Discounts
– Menu Engineering & Planning
– Event Management

Completing the Course:

Delegates must complete all units of the course to be awarded the “Promote Training Certificate in Golf Food and Beverage Management”.

Continuing Professional Development:

PGA Professionals will be credited with 135 CPD points by The PGA for successful completion/participation of this course, as part of the PGA’s Member Education Programme. PGA Members also qualify for a preferential rate through enrolment via the PGA members website – click here.

The course is also recognised by the Golf Club Managers’ Association and qualifies for 25 CPD points as part of their educational offering.