NC Hospitality Operations
The course is designed to enable learners to develop the practical skills and knowledge required to progress in employment or further education. The practical aspects of the course are facilitated in our Café Bar, Training Restaurant and Kitchen providing a realistic learning environment where learners provide a breakfast and a lunch service. A range of units will be covered including: Working in the Hospitality Industry; Food and Beverage Operations; Developing Customer Care in Hospitality; Hospitality Costing; Event Organisation; Cookery Processes; Food Preparation Techniques; Organisation of Practical Skills; Health and Safety in Hospitality; Food Hygiene; Barista Skills and Non-alcoholic Beverages.
At least two relevant National 4 or equivalent grades. Applicants may be asked to provide a reference.
Method of Assessment
Internal continuous assessments using various methods including open and closed book assessments, observations and projects.
Successful completion of the course enables progression to study Advanced Certificate in Hospitality Operations at Level 6 and enhances employment opportunities within the hospitality industry.
29 Aug 2022
- Tuition fees may be paid for full-time students in Scotland subject to meeting residency requirements, applications should be made to the appropriate funding body. International Students please refer to our International fees page