Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma In Hospitality
This programme prepares you for Higher Education and employment in the hospitality industry.
This course is designed to equip students with the knowledge, understanding and skills required for success in current and future employment or for progression to an Foundation Degree.
These transferable skills will enable students to meet changing circumstances, whether these arise from the shift in their own sphere of employment, promotion to supervisory or management roles or from general changes in business practices and the hospitality environment.
This course will be completed over 15 to 21 hours per week dependent on student's Essential Skills requirement.
Modules studied may include:
The course consists of 3 core units and a choice of 3 optional units.
- The Hospitality Industry
- Principles of Supervising Customer Care in
- Hospitality/Providing Customer Services
- European Food
- Human Resources in Hospitality
- Food and Drinks Service
- Alcoholic Beverage Service
You will also work towards a Personal Development qualification and will be involved in a range of activities, designed to improve your employability.
You will be required to complete Essential Skills in Literacy, Numeracy or ICT if you do not have a GCSE grade C in English or Maths or Computing.
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