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Butler Service South Africa – Interpersonal Skills

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BUTLER SCHOOL - Interpersonal Skills   Interpersonal skills in food and beverage service for Butlers with a commercial environment and household environment is required to interact with their clients and staff. All other interactions are secondary to, and the result of, the prime interaction of the clients and staff.   This has implications for ...


Butler Training – Beef Wellington

By SABA Student



Cooking and Caviar Service at the Butler Academy   At the Butler Academy we pride our selves on excellent training, we focus on traditional cooking and modern healthy cooking methods which suits every household.   Today at the Butler Academy we looked at "Haute Cuisine"  one dish the Butler will be serving is "Beef Wellington" ...


Concierge Butler

By SABA Student



What an Excellent day at the Butler Academy. We did Concierge butler assignment today in class. That was really so much fun and we laughed a lot today. Thank you http://www.viagragenericoes24.com/viagra-natural-casera Mr Cross and the whole fantastic team at SABA for showing us the right way into our new professional ...


Butler Training – Terminology

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Dear Readers and Butlers,   It is evident in our industry that butlers acquire a sound theoretical knowledge in; household management, understanding table service, event planning, concierge service and culinary terminology.   A few culinary terminology "SABA" examples:   Maitre d’ Hotel Butter -  This most common of all the compound butters.  It is flavored with lemon and chopped parsley and used  to ...


Helpful Applications for Apple devices – Xander Labuschagne

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Butler Academy the ultimate “Braai” – Barbecue

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Today at the Butler Academy we discussed several topics and one topic came up on;  how to build the perfect "Braai"   To many foreigners a "Braai" is similar to a Barbecue, In South Africa with our unique climate we enjoy a warm yet cool climate therefore we find ourselves outdoors often during summer. a "Braai" ...


Butler Training – Flower Arrangement & Table Decor

By Butler Academy



Table Service - Flowers and Decor   The South African Butler Academy is proud to offer an unique tailored 2 days on Flower arrangements and table decor.   Flower Arrangement and Decor Design Flowers bring joy and colour into our principles homes and resorts. As part of our 8  week Butler training course butlers will ...


The “Ballet of Service” – Butler Service Style

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Table Service - Ballet of Service   Do you know what is the "Ballet of Service" is it a ballet, is it part of table service and how to offer the "ballet of service" ?   A ballet of service is originally a formal style of serving, during which two or more servers perform ...


Thanksgiving Etiquette – by Aldo Baker

By Butler Academy



Thanksgiving Etiquette Table Setting Guide   Time to set the table! Are you preparing for Thanksgiving at your home this year? Make sure you know how to properly set the table and essential table etiquette to ensure a smooth Thanksgiving meal. Choose from a basic setting, or step it up a notch ...


Butler Training Tips

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First impressions are lasting impressions - You have 5/7 seconds to make an excellent first impression;   Always makes an “excellent” first impression Always be presentable  Be polite Never use slang words Correct etiquette at all times Correct Demeanour Always greet everyone Never say “no” always yes or an alternative Never be late – for anything! Always use the word “ ...