Hospitality

Why study Hospitality?

Choosing to study BTEC hospitality at Level 3 is a great decision to make for lots of reasons. Hospitality is a diverse and exciting industry. It provides food, drink and accommodation for people who are away from home, whether working, travelling or away on holiday. You will learn a variety of skills such as cooking, how to look after customers and how to plan a special event. These skills can be used in many setting, including hotels, restaurants bars and catering businesses, and can lead to great job satisfaction and perhaps the chance to travel.

 

These qualifications engage learners to take responsibility for their own learning and to develop skills that are essential for the modern-day workplace.

 

BTEC Hospitality Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Hospitality (Equivalent to 1 A Level)

Units of study:

Unit 1:          The Hospitality Industry

Unit 2:          Principles of Supervising Customer Service Performance in   Hospitality, Leisure, Travel and Tourism.

Unit 3:          Providing Customer Service in Hospitality

Unit 10:         European Food

Unit 12:         Contemporary World Food

Unit 22:        Planning and Managing a Hospitality Event

Unit 23:        Accommodation Operation in Hospitality

 

Typical employment opportunities

● Bar person/manager

● Chef

● Cleaner

● Concierge

● Conference and banqueting assistant/manager

● Hotel porter

● Hotel receptionist

● Receptionist

● Waiter/waitress.

 

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