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Possibility for apprenticeship program and college level.
JOEY has a fairly good training program for servers. You get three days of training before the restaurant is opened, usually a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday deal for 4 hours each day. You are taught the process of serving at JOEY, what they expect, about different dishes. You are then given a food test usually on your last day of training where you are asked to describe 3-4 dishes on the menu and it is only if you pass this that you are able to start training on the floor during work hours. If you pass the test, you are usually given about two weeks of serving training with an experienced server who observes you from afar. You then have discussions with them at the end of each shift of the two week training to discuss how things went, what you did well and what you can improve on. Although the training process sounds a bit intense for a part time gig, it honest was really helpful.
They work really hard at this; harder than most restaurants. The problem with it is that it is occasionally sporadic. Personally I've never been trained by JOEY, but I walked in with a lot of cooking experience and didn't actually need any. For a new face in the restaurant game, it could be a bit daunting if you slipped through the cracks that way.