Course: Food and Beverage Service Level 2
FT / PT
Hospitality is an engaging, sociable working environment with career opportunities everywhere – hotels, restaurants, nightclubs and bars are a few establishments that make up this exciting industry. Areas covered include:
- Health and Safety
- Customer service
- Food service
- Handling Payments
- Food Safety
- Restaurant preparation
- Preparing resources
- Serving food
- Preparing and serving hot and alcoholic drinks
Your study will be hands-on in both East restaurant and at functions on the campus. This will provide you with opportunities to cater for lunches and dinners, as well as for special events. There will also be theory sessions to research and support assignments that cover the practical activities for all outcomes and will also sample underpinning knowledge to verify coverage of the unit. Work experience is part of the study programme.
GCSEs at grades 9 to 4 Level
Dishes produced are assessed by observation which is tracked and maintained individually by each student. The programme is monitored by internal quality assurance and external verification is by City and Guilds.
These qualifications can help you find a job in a wide range of roles including: bar person, catering, chef, kitchen assistant/porter. Former students from the catering department work locally, nationally and internationally in a range of roles. Some have gone on to set up their own businesses, while others have gone on to gain experience at top restaurants and worked for internationally renowned chefs.
You can also progress to Level 2 Kitchen Services, Level 2 Professional Cookery or Apprenticeship
Related Study Programmes
Diploma in Professional Cookery Level 3
Food and Beverage Service Level 2
Professional Cookery or Kitchen Services Level 2
Introduction to the Hospitality Industry Level 1