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FUNDED 1:1 Onsite Courses by Skillnet at 20%




My mission for 2023 was to make my services more widely available through partial funding. I have just achieved that.


 I know we are facing our biggest challenges in the Irish Food & Drink Sector so collaborating with The Restaurant & Hospitality Skillnet means I can offer you three 1:1 onsite offers your business needs to improve its operations from the inside out.

Cement Floor

Onsite business review with 3 follow-up
coaching sessions for success. 

  1. Onsite mystery shop.

  2. 1:1 business coaching with the business owner.

  3. Site analysis- in-depth.

  4. Menu analysis- in-depth.

  5. Assessing pain points.

  6. Review and report.

  7. Actions.

  8. PLUS Three remote follow-up Business Development sessions.


Funding of 20%

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Onsite 1:1 Phone Food Photography Course for Cafes, Pubs and Restaurants

  1. Learn how to set up

  2. Understand the layout for a great photo

  3. Learn how to use lighting

  4. Learn how to use the rule of thirds

  5. Learn how to edit and brand each picture.

  6. Receive a photography document that you can use to upskill your team once you have mastered the new skill. It is important that we teach others how to teach so that skills are transferred.

  7. Tracie will also take photos and share a Google folder of images with you so that you have a body of work to use and access, mirror, and review after the session.


Funding of 20%

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Onsite menu review, menu development, and waste reduction

  1. Onsite 1:1 review of operation and menu.

  2. Onsite kitchen and equipment review.

  3. The client will receive SOPs (standard operating procedures) for menu planning, menu design, menu tasting, menu analysis, menu development, menu-assessment, menu engineering, and menu costing which are all essential for success.

  4. Full review of current menu, layout, and engineering with immediate recommendations made. 

  5. Review of balance for kitchen labour and menu variety.


Funding of 20%

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