Food and Drink - Work Based Apprenticeship L3 Certificate in Food Industry Skills
This Apprenticeship in Food and Drink industry skills is open to everyone over the age of 16 and delivered in the workplace which, enables you to 'Earn while you learn!'
Campus: Off Site
Course Code: 78826
Duration: 32 Weeks
Food and Drink - Work Based Apprenticeship Certificate in Food Industry Skills (Level 3)
78826 / OSF1A
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The flexible choice of units allows learners to select units that are most relevant to their own employment, learning and progression requirements. The choice of units also reflects the wide variety of jobs which people do in different types of companies in the hospitality and food and drink industries.
The common operations units also offer learners the opportunity to take competencies which are generic to the whole food and drink industry, such as food safety, working with others and quality.
You will select from the modules below:
- Manage Customer Service in Own Area of Responsibility
- Monitor and Evaluate Customer Service in Food Operations
- Understand How to Monitor and Evaluate Customer Service in Food Operations
- Set Up and Maintain Food Service Operations
- Plan, Allocate and Monitor Work of a Team
- Set Objectives and Provide Support for Team Members
- Monitor Effectiveness of Food Service Operations
- Develop Working Relationships with Colleagues
If you are starting a new job within the food and drink industry or have moved into a new position within your current company. You want to develop your skills and career within the restaurant, bar, counter service or food retail sector then this is the perfect option for you.
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This qualification has a unique focus on team leading and supervising operational roles in the hospitality and food and drink industries. How to supervise food and drink service in a customer facing environment.
As part of your Apprenticeship you will also be required to complete Essential Skills in Literacy and Numeracy if you do not have a GCSE Grade C in English or Maths, or equivalent.
To a career as a Manager within the food and drink industry. With your Level 3 qualification you will gain recognition as a qualified person within the sector and you could also progress onto a Higher Level Apprenticeship in Hospitality and Tourism Management.
Learners need to be 16 years old or over to take this qualification.
To be employed on a permanent contract or seeking employment within the Food and Drink Industry and working a minimum of 21 hours per week.
A workplace mentor allocated to supervise the progression of your Apprenticeship.
Learners do not require any prior qualifications to take this qualification.
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