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|Qualification type:||NVQ Diploma||Location:|
|Leaflet Number:||532||Course Code:||CR3858-01|
|Awarding body:||City and Guilds of London Institute (CG)|
The aim of this course is to enable individuals to gain recognition for their existing hospitality skills and to create opportunities for self-development. This is a work-based course which focuses on achieving occupational competency in the area of food and beverage service.
Areas covered by the course include:
- Hygiene, health and safety
- Customer care
- Serving food and drink including wine
- Service styles and techniques
The course will be delivered through a combination of practical and theory sessions and you will complete a course portfolio for assessment. You will be assessed in your workplace.
On successful completion of the course you could progress onto a level 3 course in hospitality supervision or a similar qualification. The course could also lead to career progression in the food and drink service sector; in restaurants, hotels, conferences and banqueting.
There are no formal entry requirements for this course but applicants must be working in the food service side of the hospitality industry.
You will be awarded a Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Food and Beverage Service by City & Guilds. There will also be the opportunity to gain the Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering.
The fee for this course is approximate and subject to change.The price includes tuition and materials fees (where applicable), but excludes any exam or registration fees (where applicable). The actual amount you pay may also be affected by your age and personal circumstances. For further details please visit our fees and finance section. Once you're enrolled, you must pay all programme costs in full, even if you decide to leave the programme early. College fees are not refundable.