This course provides opportunities to enhance your work skills through hospitality and catering curriculum. You will also cover food hygiene.
What Will I Learn?
Following the hospitality and catering curriculum you will study within a realistic working environment.
You will study: An Introduction to Food Hygiene & Safe Practice, Developing Food Preparation & Cooking Skills, Developing Food Service Skills.
Additional qualifications include the Essential Skills Wales in Communications and Numeracy, plus a Basic Food Hygiene Certificate.
You must be working at Entry Level 2 in Literacy and Numeracy. Working towards Entry 3 qualifications.
You will be invited to attend an interview, and will undertake an assessment in literacy and numeracy, to establish any support required.
Your work will be assessed by a range of methods, including portfolios and written assignments.
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Please note: Fees are payable for each year of study. Higher Education Fees for courses starting September 2020 have yet to be decided. We estimate that they will be confirmed by April 2020.
Additional Fee Notes
Purchase of Uniform is required for this course. Please discuss this at interview stage with a tutor after you have applied.
- On successful completion of this course you may progress to other higher level courses or to employment.
Hotel or accommodation manager/proprietor
Average salary: £14,567
Restaurant or catering establishment manager/proprietor
Average salary: £17,979
Publican or manager of licensed premises
Average salary: £19,637
Average salary: £15,113
Average salary: £16,575
Catering or bar manager
Average salary: £18,584
Job holders in this unit group plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate the activities and resources of hotels, hostels, lodging homes, holiday camps, holiday flats and chalets, and organise the domestic, catering, and entertainment facilities on passenger ships.
Entry is possible with a variety of academic qualifications and/or relevant experience. Candidates for these usually require a BTEC/SQA award, a degree or equivalent qualification, or a professional qualification. Off- and on-the-job training is provided and large hotel chains normally offer management trainee schemes. NVQs/SVQs in management for hospitality, leisure and tourism are available at Levels 3 and 4.