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Course Details

This course will suit you if you've working in the hospitality industry.You might already team lead others . You want to develop your knowledge and skills, perhaps to move into a supervisory 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

Level 4 GCSE English and Math GCSE or equivalent diagnostic test. for English and Math. One to one hospitality departmental interview.

Career options

Progression to Level 3 Hospitality supervisor. Level 4 Hospitality Manager

96 - Hospitality Team Member Apprenticeship L2 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 Level 2


Your course will cost

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Course code Location Course length Start date
HOS366WMMA Chichester Campus 18 Months Flexible start date

What you need to know

What will I study?

Hospitality Team Leader apprenticeship standard level 2 Functional Skills in Maths and English level 1 Core units include, business, people, customers and first line supervision/ team leading . A range of industry specific supervisory roles will be discussed as optional units, including food production, alcoholic beverage service, barista, conference and events operations. .

How will I be taught?

The course requires attendance to college to achieve all elements of the apprenticeship framework. Attendance will be in the workplace with master classes delivered at Chichester College.

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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