About nightlife university

about university

 

THE KEY TO SUCCESS AND FINDING WORK AT THE MOST POPULAR NIGHTCLUBS AND EVENTS WORLDWIDE, IS TO BECOME A PROFESSIONAL.

Knowledge that you will gain from us will teach you how to handle situations that you will encounter at some point in your career. You’ll learn how to make money for your club as well as for yourself. You’ll learn the secrets to beating the competition and climbing the nightlife pyramid. We’ll also teach you what you should not do, as well as what you should not be expected to do.

YOU WILL ONLY LEARN THE THINGS THAT YOU NEED TO KNOW!

You won’t be asked to study pointless details that you will never use, but rather interesting and important topics relevant to your career. Our literature will teach you everything you need to know to get started in the nightlife industry. This is an excellent way to learn the basics, improve your professional status, and to help you understand all aspects of your career and industry.

  • What are the methods that bartenders use for stealing?
  • What are the things that you should never do as a bartender?
  • How to recognize a good guest in front of a Club?
  • How does Club Staff make money on a side. Be aware of a “trusted” Checker / Cashier.
  • How to get promoted on your work
  • How to treat VIP guests and Big Spenders so they will become your regular Venue costumers.
  • Night Clubs potential problems and resolution skills (Intoxication, Club Weapon issues, Problematic Guests, Guests who are unable to pay the bill, Overdose situations, Drug & Drug dealers, Club-wide Brawl, Under-age guests and fake IDs)
  • How to establish your city as a PARTY destination?
  • What does Server / Waiter need to do to earn higher tips
LEARN ALL THIS IN THE EXCLUSIVE MASTER CLASS FOR JUST 50$

EXCLUSIVE MASTER Class

  • English language
  • 42 pages class
  • cool and funky Class
  • lifetime access

Check your knowledge!

1. Whose job is it to recognize good guests at the entrance of a club?

2. Party Tourism can be?

3. When you decide to open a club, who can help you the most in creating a good image?

4. If a dancer decides to become a show dancer, what does he or she need to know?

5. What should a dancer know before accepting an invitation to work at a club?

6. What tool would you use to mash up some herbs or fresh fruit?

7. Bars and nightclubs are the same thing.

8. If a club faces strong competition, what should the manager do?

9. Closed type bars can be very frequently found at?

10. What background knowledge is good for a dancer to have?