The objective of the Highfield Level 2 Certificate in Hospitality and Catering Principles (Food and Beverage Service) (RQF) qualification is to support a role in the workplace. This qualification is suitable for learners employed in hospitality roles wishing to develop their knowledge of effective food and beverage service. It covers a variety of topics including the importance of teamwork, safe and hygienic workplaces as well as customer service and giving customers a positive impression. These are all key areas within the hospitality industry and ensure the best service is provided to customers at all times. This qualification forms the knowledge element of the Food and Beverage pathway within the Intermediate Apprenticeship in Hospitality and can also be taken on a stand-alone basis.
To achieve the certificate you will complete a portfolio of work which will be internally assessed and verified, with our trainers guiding you through the whole process.
This qualification is assessed through a portfolio of evidence and learners must demonstrate they have met the required assessment criteria.
The total qualification time for this qualification is 160 hours, of which, a minimum of 107 hours are recommended as guided learning.
This qualification can be taken by those aged 19+.
The Highfield Level 2 Certificate in Hospitality and Catering Principles (Food and Beverage Service) (RQF) is a 16-credit qualification that consists of five mandatory units and five additional units. These units cover the theory required to undertake job roles within the hospitality and catering sector.
Individuals achieving this qualification can choose to progress onto the Highfield Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Food and Beverage Service (RQF).
By attending this course you will gain valuable skills and demonstrate to prospective employers that you are committed to working in this important sector of the economy.