Certified Restaurant Server (CRS) quickSTART Study Guide

START vs quickSTART

START is meant to be used as training presented in a classroom setting. quickSTART is meant to be used as training on-the-job.

Certified Restaurant Server (CRS) quickSTART Study Guide
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Certified Restaurant Server (CRS) quickSTART Study Guide

Price: $75.00
Member Price: $50.00
Price: $75.00
Member Price: $50.00
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This quickSTART study guide is the preparation material for the Certified Restaurant Server and is intended for on-the-job training. The trainer resource is the START for Restaurant Server Instructor Guide.

The quickSTART study guide is divided into three sections for the trainee:

  • Knowledge that all hospitality employees need
  • Knowledge specific to the Restaurant Server position
  • Skills Validation List

The quickSTART Skills Validation List can be used during on-the-job training in a work or learning lab setting. Upon successful completion of each training topic, the trainer observes the trainee as they demonstrate the tasks to meet property standards. The Restaurant Server training covers 22 key areas, including:

  • Demonstrating how to greet and seat guests and anticipate guest needs
  • Explaining how to serve beverages, serve the meal, and check back to the table
  • Listing basic kitchen safety and sanitation guidelines servers should follow
  • Explaining how to present guest checks and settle bills

The training package includes:

  • Study Guide
  • Certification exam scan sheet

Successful candidates who complete the quickSTART program and pass the 30 multiple-choice Certified Restaurant Server exam with a score of 70% or higher will receive a certificate and lapel pin.

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What is the difference between START and quickSTART?

START is training presented in a classroom setting. quickSTART is training on-the-job. The quickSTART study guide includes a skills validation list that an employee would go through with their supervisor on the job to demonstrate proficiency in the tasks presented in the training. The START study guide does not have this piece because it is meant for classroom training.

START vs quickSTART

START is meant to be used as training presented in a classroom setting. quickSTART is meant to be used as training on-the-job.

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