108 Spruce Street, Providence, RI 02903
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When we opened our Rhode Island school in the restaurant capital of Federal Hill over fifteen years ago, we voluntarily incorporated the same standards and practices required of us by law in Massachusetts. Since there is no oversight or consumer protection for bartending schools in Rhode Island you must compare what each school offers very carefully to be sure your money is well invested.
The PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL OF BARTENDING offers classes year-round. Tuition includes 30-hours of hands-on bartender training in order to perfect your skills behind a real bar, plus a 5-hour class in responsible alcohol beverage service (either T.I.P.S. or ServSafe) and job placement assistance!
- Day class hours, 1 week, Monday – Friday 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
- Evening class hours, 2 weeks, Monday – Thursday 6:30 pm – 10:15 pm
- Evening class hours beginning September… 2 weeks, Monday – Thursday 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm
- Saturday class hours, 5 consecutive Saturdays, 9:00 am-3:30 pm
FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING: : Since each class is unique a flexible schedule can often be designed specifically for you.
SMALL CLASSES: Class size is limited to insure a good student/teacher ratio to increase your learning experience.
In order to secure a specific starting date, we recommend that you enroll in advance. Please fill out this form and enclose a deposit of $50.00 (your deposit will be applied towards the total tuition including books and certificates). You may use a credit/debit card through the PayPal feature on the website, call with a debit/credit card payment, or mail a money order with this form made out to the PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL OF BARTENDING. The balance of the tuition is due on the first day of class. You will only be notified if the class you registered for is not available.
Students must be 18 years or older to attend. No high school diploma necessary.
The school is approved for funding by the Veterans Rehabilitation Vocational Program in Rhode Island.
The Professional School of Bartending provides hands-on bartending courses, TIPS certification, bartender certification, job placement assistance. Successfully training and placing bartenders in jobs throughout Boston vicinity, US Route 24, Tauton, Raynham, Mansfield, west throughout US Routes I-95 (MA and RI) Attleboro, and I-495, Worcester area and I-295 area, all over the south shore, Quincy, Dedham area, the South Coast and Cape Cod, Hyannis, Falmouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, greater Providence, Johnston, Warwick, Westerly area and Rhode Island since 1977. The Professional School of Bartending is not affiliated with Boston Bartenders school of America, Boston Bartenders School, Boston, Boston Bartenders School New Bedford, Boston Bartenders School Johnston, RI, Boston Bartenders School Framingham, Boston Bartenders School, Worcester. The Professional School of Bartending is not affiliated with Harvard Bartending Course. The Professional School of Bartending is not affiliated with New England Bartending School. The Professional School of Bartending is not affiliated with Rhode Island School of Bartending, Johnston, Rhode Island, RIBS, Johnston, RI. The Massachusetts Office of Private Occupational School Education, Division of Professional Licensure, has granted license exemption for the Professional School of Bartending.