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Catering and Hospitality Courses – Level 2

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Catering and Hospitality Courses – Level Two

The qualifications here are employer approved. They cover a ground including various areas of hospitality including housekeeping, front office, cookery, food and beverage and other hospitality services which lead to opportunities of employment.

The NVQs can be obtained by anyone that is progressing to level two from one or in employment full-time or those that can start a qualification at the second level.

INVOLVEMENTS OF THE COURSE:

  • Housekeeping
  • Front office
  • Professional cookery
  • Hospitality services
  • Cooking and production
  • Beverage and food service

To obtain an NVQ, a learner needs to demonstrate certain special skills. The training provider reviews the skills a learner possess currently and get the most suitable way to acquire new ones for example by studying or doing new things.

The NVQs get assessed at a simulated job place or work. For every unit, the assessor asks questions and watches as the learner does the task and looks at the work portfolio which the learner has built as learning evidence. Afterwards, the assessor will confirm that the learner has got the skills required.

For the Hospitality and Catering NVQs, you will learn from the training provider and evidence from the work place.

Level Two

This is for those that are employed full-time or are progressing from the first level or starting at level two.  A learner may want to take the course full-time or as a part-time student.

WHAT THIS CAREER LEADS TO

After obtaining the NVQ, the learner will be able to show customer and employers that he or she has skills for jobs like bartender, waiter or waitress, chef and hotel receptionist.

INVOLVEMENTS OF THE COURSE DELIVERY

To qualify to deliver the qualification, there should be qualified assessors. They can be recruited specially or trained from the staff members.

For the qualification of NVQ, learners require an appropriate environment where they can show their skills. The NVQ learners can also undertake it at a local college.

Those that are working in the catering and hospitality industry or any new individuals in the industry can take the qualification.

Level Two

This is for those that are employed full-time or are progressing from the first level or starting at level two

The learner can choose from the following fourteen qualifications as per the area of specialization in hospitality:

  • NVQ Diploma Level Two in Housekeeping
  • NVQ Diploma Level Two in Food service
  • NVQ Diploma Level Two in Reception at Front House
  • NVQ Diploma Level Two in Beverage service
  • NVQ Diploma Level Two in Beverage and Food service
  • NVQ Diploma Level Two in Cooking and Food Production
  • NVQ Diploma Level Two in Professional Cookery (cooking an preparation)
  • NVQ Diploma Level Two in Hospitality Services
  • NVQ Diploma Level Two in Professional Cookery (Thai Cuisine)
  • NVQ Diploma Level Two in Professional Cookery (Chinese Cuisine)
  • NVQ Diploma Level Two in Professional Cookery (Indian Cuisine)
  • NVQ Diploma Level Two in Professional Cookery (Bangladeshi Cuisine)
  • NVQ Diploma Level Two in Kitchen Services.

A learner must obtain between thirty seven and forty total credits to obtain the full qualification. This has a combination of compulsory units that is nine to eleven units and the others are optional divided into three groups A, B and C.

WHAT THE CAREER LEADS TO

After obtaining and NVQ, a learners has a qualification which shows customers and employers that he or she can work as a:

  • Chef
  • Hotel receptionist
  • Front of house
  • Kitchen assistant/porter
  • Waiter/ waitress
  • Bar tender
  • Fast food restaurant assistant