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Hospitality and Catering Level 2/3 Apprenticeships at Presidency London College Limited

Course description

Apprenticeships are work-based training programmes designed around the needs of employers, which lead to nationally recognised qualifications. 

We provide the following apprenticeships in this sector:
- Apprenticeships in Hospitality and Catering (Food & Beverage) –Level 2
- Apprenticeships in Hospitality and Catering (Housekeeping) - Level 2
- Apprenticeships in Hospitality and Catering (Hospitality Supervision & Leadership)- Level 3

This Apprenticeship is ideal for developing skills and knowledge whilst working within the fast-paced world of hospitality. These qualifications offers the unique opportunity to earn and learn in this sector. Real work experience, which is personalised to each learner’s aspirations and interests, is integrated into the programme. 

Measurable benefits include: better team performance; productivity targets met or exceeded; quicker response time and reduced error rates.

This course develops the skills and knowledge needed to be an effective employee within the hospitality sector. 

It is recommended for employees who work in hospitality and who want to; further their career and gain a qualification through a flexible combination of training and assessment in the workplace. 

In this course learning is based around how a variety of hospitality services function; the different methods used by these organisations to entice customers and other users into their products or services and the wide variety of opportunities and career pathways in this sector.


Entry requirements

16-18 – these learners are fully funded by the Education Funding Agency on a per learner basis, or in the case of Apprentices, by the Skills Funding Agency based on the cost of the relevant framework.


Workplace Assessments

Portfolio, Work Based Learning

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Presidency London College Limited directly.

Last updated date: 02 December 2016

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