Apprenticeship Food and Drink Service NVQ 2
This apprenticeship allows you to study towards a recognised qualification whilst in an employed position.
If you work in a food and drink service based role such as a waiter or waitress then this is the apprenticeship for you.
Your apprenticeship will include working in a restaurant and preparing areas for counter and takeaway service.
How long is the course?
Depending on the individual, the course normally lasts one year.
How will I be assessed?
Assessment will be in the workplace and there will be a written test at the end of each unit.
Key skills will be delivered as one to one support or small groups and comprises of a project and exam. Exams can be taken in the workplace.
The technical certificate is delivered in the workplace.
You will also be given the opportunity to undertake these qualifications:
Food Safety in Catering Award at level two or three *
Food Hygiene (RIPHH) Advanced Certificate *
Personal Licence Holders, National Certificate *
Health & Safety in the Workplace (CIEH) *
*Additional costs will be incurred.
The success rate is 67% for hospitality apprenticeships.
What will I study?
As part of your apprenticeship you will cover the following:
- NVQ Level 2 in Food and Drink Service
- Technical Certificate Level 2 in Hospitality and Catering Principles
- Key Skills Level 1 in Communication
- Key Skills Level 1 in Application of Number
What does the course lead to?
As well as being qualified to offer all services as a waiter or waitress there may be the opportunity of progression into a supervisory role and study towards an NVQ level 3.
What can I go on to study?
The apprenticeship can lead to an advanced apprenticeship at level 3 covering hospitality supervision and leadership. For this you will be required to work in a position supervising others.
No previous qualifications are necessary for this apprenticeship, the entry requirement is that you must be in a food and drink service related employed position.
The apprenticeship is free of charge.
During your apprenticeship your employer is obliged to pay you a wage at the minimum rate for an apprentice.
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