Food & Beverage Service Intermediate Apprenticeship at HIT Training
This Intermediate Apprenticeship will last 12 months and is made up of the following components:
- BTEC Level 2 Certificate in Hospitality & Catering Principles (Food & Beverage Service) (Technical Certificate)
- NVQ Level 2 Diploma in Food & Beverage Service (Vocational Qualification)
- Functional Skills Maths (Level 1)
- Functional Skills English (Level 1)
- Employment Rights and Responsibilities
- Personal Learning and Thinking Skills
This is down to the eligibility of the candidate and also an Initial assessment.
The employer will also need to demonstrate suitability of training programme by completing a skills scan.
Continuous Assessment in the workplace
Assessment reviews take place every 4-6 weeks
An employer contribution is applicable and is dependent on the size of the organisation and the volume of participants on the training programmes.
Waiting jobs are available in hotels, restaurants, cafes, bistros, bars, food courts, and fast food outlets throughout the UK and overseas.
Some waiting staff freelance, working at different functions, (e.g. race courses, exhibitions, banquets).
Greater career prospects exist in larger organisations, to progress to shift leader, restaurant supervisor or manager.
You could move into related areas of work such as restaurant and kitchen management, purchasing or marketing.
Many waiters go on to open their own restaurant, bistro or cafe.
For more information about HIT Training and this Apprenticeship visit www.hittraining.co.uk/careers
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact HIT Training directly.