Hospitality & Catering

Hospitality & Catering Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships in Hospitality and Catering have been written by employers from this sector who have worked closely with People 1st (the Sector Skills Council). To recognise the span and variety of professions within this Hospitality, frameworks have been organised into key PATHWAYS, creating specific learning opportunities for each role and sector including Levels 2, 3 and 4.

All learners must be employed, working for more than 16 hours per week and legally able to live and work in the UK.

PRP Training offer Work Based Apprenticeships in Hospitality & Catering at the following levels:

LEVEL 2 FOUNDATION APPRENTICESHIP IN HOSPITALITY AND CATERING

JOB ROLES

Team member

Waiter or Silver Service Waiter Bar / cellar person School Cook, Cook, Team Member or Chef, Kitchen Assistant Craft Chef, Team Member, Commis Chef, Housekeeper, Room Attendant Chamber Maid

Receptionist

HOSPITALITY SERVICES

FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICE FOOD PRODUCTION AND COOKING PROFESSIONAL COOKERY HOUSEKEEPING

FRONT OF HOUSE RECEPTION

QUALIFICATIONS WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK

LEVEL 2 DIPLOMA

Hospitality Services

Food and Beverage Service

Food Production and Cooking

Professional Cookery

Housekeeping Front of House Reception
Beverage Service Kitchen Services

Professional Cookery (Preparation and Cooking)

Food Service

LEVEL 2 KNOWLEDGE CERTIFICATE

Hospitality Services

Food and Beverage Services/ Food Service

Food Production and Cooking

Professional Cookery / Food Prep and Cooking

Housekeeping

Front of House Reception

ESSENTIAL SKILLS QUALIFICATIONS

Communication level 2

Application of Number level 1

EMPLOYMENT RIGHT AND RESPONSIBLITIES KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING ASSESSMENT

LEVEL 3 APPRENTICESHIP IN HOSPITALITY AND CATERING

JOB ROLES

Sous Chef, Senior Chef, Cook (fine dining) –

OR

Sous Chef, Senior Chef, Cook (restaurants, hotels and gastro pubs)

Unit Manager – Contract Catering

Head Housekeeper

Head of Reception

Front of House Manager

Duty / Hotel / Supervisor / Manager

Regional Supervisor/Manager in a chain of outlets

PROFESSIONAL COOKERY

HOSPITALITY SUPERVISION AND LEADERSHIP

QUALIFICATIONS WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK

LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA

Professional Cookery

Hospitality Supervision and Leadership

Professional Cookery (Preparation and Cooking)

LEVEL 3 KNOWLEDGE CERTIFICATE

Professional Cookery

Hospitality Supervision and Leadership Principles

ESSENTIAL SKILLS QUALIFICATIONS

Communication level 2

Application of Number level 2

EMPLOYMENT RIGHT AND RESPONSIBLITIES KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING ASSESSMENT

 

 

LEVEL 4 HIGHER APPRENTICESHIP IN HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

 

Quote from People’s 1st

“The aim of this framework is to attract and retain people into Hospitality from a wide range of backgrounds to replace those who leave or retire and provide employers with the skills they need in order to help increase productivity and profitability. Tourism and Hospitality is a key economic sector in Wales and research has indicated a growing demand for leadership and management training enabling businesses to both grow within and provide managers for the future benefit of both the business and sector as a whole.”

“It is expected that apprentices will have significant experience of working at a supervisory level, to ensure that they have the necessary requirements on which to further build their knowledge, experience and skills”

JOB ROLES

Deputy General Manager

Front Office Manager

Operations Manager

Unit Manager

QUALIFICATIONS WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK

LEVEL 4 DIPLOMA

Hospitality Management

LEVEL 4 KNOWLEDGE DIPLOMA

Principles of Hospitality Management

ESSENTIAL SKILLS QUALIFICATIONS

Communication level 2, Application of Number level 2, Digital Literacy level 2

EMPLOYMENT RIGHT AND RESPONSIBLITIES KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING ASSESSMENT

These Programmes Are Part Funded By The European Social Fund Through The Welsh Government

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