Educational Institutions

Providing Essential Knowledge

Whether learning to bartend, earning a culinary arts degree or CCM certification, Vino 101 provides the tools students need to be qualified beverage professionals.

We do not specifically mandate how educational institutions use our training with their students- only that it is offered directly to the individuals that pass through the school, not to locations, organizations or the public at-large.

Currently, our educational clients employ the following distribution methods:

  • Vino 101 Training as a compliment/supplement to the content they are currently providing,
  • Vino 101 Training as a reward/incentive for referrals or program completion,
  • Vino 101 Training as an additional product to sell to students

Whether offered as a means of additional revenue generation or simply as a means to strengthen an existing curriculum with comprehensive adult beverage knowledge, Vino 101 courses serve to improve a school's program of instruction and better prepare students for the foodservice/hospitality workforce.

  • According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 555,000 individuals were employed as bartenders in the U.S. in 2013.
  • Nationally, more than two million people are employed in culinary arts in over 550,000 food operations. Because of the specialized skills necessary, employers are showing an increased preference for highly skilled and college-trained personnel.