Bartending Certificate

Bartending Certificate

Bartending is a great choice for an off-beat profession with plenty of opportunities for career advancement. Bartenders around the world not only earn a good living while working a flexible schedule but also meet interesting people and travel the world. Here is your chance to be part of India's ever-growing bar scene by obtaining your license from IHMC-U

Drinq is the country's one and only platform that caters to your entire bar and bartending staff needs. Being a full-service bartending boutique, it boasts of the most experienced and highly acclaimed bartending staff in the country

Learning Outcomes

Bartenders receive rigorous in-house training at the campus. Drinq has collaborated with The Flaming Trio to offer specialized courses in Bartending and Mixology. Our professional instructors have over two decades of hands-on experience in the bar business, and our certification (provided by NSDC) is recognized worldwide by the hospitality industry.

IHMC-U brings to you a range of courses that will teach students to responsibly make and serve alcoholic beverages along with training them on proper techniques and procedures on bartending. The comprehensive courses will also cover topics such as health codes, cleanliness and preparation of supplies. Successful candidates will receive a certificate upon course completion.

Awarding Body

NSDC (National Skill Development Corporation)

Entry Requirements to Bachelor’s Degree in International Hotel Management (Top Up)


Mode of Delivery

Classroom-based lectures, pair work, group work, field trips and tests

Assessment Methods

Written Assignments, Examinations plus Project/ Industrial Attachment

Graduation Requirements

Obtained a passing mark in all examinable modules

Semester Duration

Full-time: 3 months

Maximum Candidature Period

Industrial Attachment: 6 months

Next available intake(s)

The intake for this program is done in monthly basis or according to availability of seats in batches

Expect to Learn

  1. Introduction and identification of liquors
  2. Preparing drinks
  3. Brewing and wine making
  4. Bar jugglery and flaming shots
  5. Free Pouring Techniques
  6. Bar set up and equipment
  7. Fruit cutting and garnishing
  8. Responsible Liquor Service
  9. Catering for large events
  10. Bar closing procedures
  11. Bar terminology and jargon
  12. Bar etiquette and code of conduct
  13. Alcohol and state laws

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