7 May 2018
Our beach bar organizes a 25 hour course to 10 participants in different branches of the bar and restaurant industry May 14 to 18
Our beach bar Solé Rototom Reggae Beach, takes another step in its commitment to promoting the inclusion of people with disabilities in the work place and has organized a free, theoretical and practical, training course for ten participants May 14 to 18. There will be five sessions, for a total of 25 hours, in addition to providing students the basic knowledge to be able to work in the sector, especially given that summer is just around the corner, the course seeks “empower and strengthen their independence”.
The theoretical part will be held in the Fundación Síndrome de Down de Castellón, collaborating entity, and includes the basics of the bartender trade, types of facilities and services, and even movie passes to work motivation and empowerment. The practical part will be given in the pub Wallaby’s Creek Castellon and will test the participants’ skill and creativity, future baristas – coffee professionals – and bartenders -Expert coctel makers-. The goal: to learn how to make different cocktails such as mojitos, caipirinhas and pina colada; how to prepare an expresso or a cappuccino, as well as to serve and clear tables, place orders and communicate them to the kitchen.
Last summer the Solé was awarded the Valueable seal for its commitment to workplace inclusion, becoming the first beach bar in the province of Castellón to be awarded this certificate.