Hospitality, Food & Beverage, Work Based Learning
Part time alongside A-levels.
2 years with September intake.
City & Guilds Level 3 Advanced Technical Diploma in Supervision in Food and Beverage Services.
ABOUT THE COURSE
This qualification provides you with the good understanding of a food and beverage supervisor's role. It provides in depth knowledge and understanding required to run Front Of House in different operations such as Restaurants, Bars, Brasseries and specialist events.
You will develop the hard and soft skills skills you need that will allow you to work in a variety of establishments including restaurants, hotels and events catering. Your training will include:
Food & Beverage skills
- Prepare for food and beverage service
- Use specialist food service techniques
- Carry out stock control
- Monitor health and safety and food safety
- Produce classic beverages
- Communicate with internal and external customers
- Develop innovative dining experiences
- Food an beverage matching
- Supervise food and beverage service
- Build an effective team
- Deliver effective training and development
- Market and promote food service business
- Comply with food safety legislation
- Supervise restaurant reception
- Plan and supervise hospitality events
Are you a girl 16-19 y/o that loves interacting with people?
Do you have a flare for leading a team and proving an excellence service to guests? Are you interested in what influences people’s choices in food and drink?
Do you have an eye for detail and a hands on creativity?
If so this program will be perfect for you.
- You are an EU student or you have a European passport.
- You had a successful interview.
- You have a teacher recommendation.
National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs) are a qualification in competency style.
This means that assessment will be by practical skills testing, observation and theory-based exams.
The total cost of the course is: £500 for two years. If you in the sixth form, this is paid by your school. If not you will have to pay your own fees.
You will be required to purchase a textbook before the start of the course. Details will be sent out once you have been offered the place.