Course Details

This course will suit you if you've worked in the hospitality industry for some time - you have plenty of experience, and you might already supervise others or manage resources. You want to develop your knowledge and skills, perhaps to move into a management role within the sector. You will learn skills which will reflect subject specialism across the multi- functional nature of the industry. Please note that we adhere to occupational standards in our realistic working environment.

Entry Requirements

At least nine months experience of working in the hospitality industry, OR completion of a Level 2 in Hospitality. You should be in a position that allows you to lead or supervise a team and working in an operational role within your organisation. Level 1 functional skills English and Math.

Career options

Foundation degree in hospitality Higher Apprenticeship in Hospitality Management

138 - Hospitality Supervisor L3 Standard

Five highlights

  • 1 Excellent track record to ensure your achievement and success
  • 2 Highly qualified and experienced teaching team
  • 3 An outstanding College report from OFSTED's recent inspection
  • 4 Qualification recognised in all occupations and sectors of employment.
  • 5 Qualification tailored to meet your individual learning needs.

Key Points

  • Chichester Campus
  • Flexible start date
  • Apprenticeship Standard

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Course code Location Course length Start date
HOS359WMMA Chichester Campus 18 Months Flexible start date

What you need to know

What will I study?

Hospitality Supervisor apprenticeship standard Functional Skills in Maths and English level 2 Core units include, business, people,customers and leadership. A range of industry specific supervisory roles will be discussed as optional units, including bar supervisor, housekeeping supervisor, concierge supervisor, front office supervisor and events.

How will I be taught?

The course requires attendance to college to achieve all elements of the apprenticeship framework. The required attendance is one day a week.

How will I be assessed?

Continual development of the skills ,knowledge and behaviors are required to meet the Standard and the City and Guilds qualification. A range of on going observations and knowledge tests will be undertaken. Competence is assessed by a final synoptic practical assessment supplemented by oral questioning resulting in an end point assessment. Functional Skills Math and English are assessed through on-line tests.

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