Students will gain a broad knowledge in a range of different aspects of Hospitality via practical work both in the restaurant and the kitchen. This includes Food Safety; Food and Beverage service; Front Office and Reception. Food enterprise and marketing will give an insight to the business of planning a function along with cooking for these.This study programme covers the knowledge that you will need to serve food and drinks and demonstrate excellent customer care at the front desk. You will put all of this in to practice by serving during lunch and dinner service in our restaurant and by taking part in exciting external events as a member of our high quality restaurant team. You should be a good team player and have good personal presentation. Learn as part of a team as you develop your hospitality and customer service abilities. Improve your skills through first-hand experience and work related activities.
A relevant vocational qualification or a profile of 4 GCSEs at grade D (including English) or equivalent
This study programme places the focus on student initiative and enterprise, with all students contributing to planning, preparing and promoting a number of exciting Catering and Hospitality functions. Students will explore current trends in the hospitality industry and will use them alongside their new found skills to ensure that the functions are modern and trendy.
Hospitality, Supervision and Leadership at level 3 is a fantastic progression route, 60% of students who studied on our former hospitality courses went onto this qualification in 2013, with 40% moving into full time employment in the Hospitality industry. Students can work in hotels or restaurants or move into event catering in the corporate world.
No tuition fees are payable for students aged 16 – 18 on 31 August 2016
For all students aged 19+ fees are £1940. Details regarding fee remission please contact our Support Team on 01473 382738
Approximately £60 for uniform/kit and £30 for trips/materials
I successfully completed my Level 2 Front Office NVQ and attended two placements, one in Suffolk New College’s Learning Curve and one out in industry, at Hintlesham Hall - both of which really helped my confidence.