More and more people are going out to eat, and individually spend more than £4000 a year doing so. With over 12,000 hotels in the UK and 52,000 bars, pubs and clubs, it’s fair to say the industry is on the up and in need of talented individuals to keep these businesses running. A career in hospitality could span anything from travel and tourism, to hotel management, to owning your own catering company.
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You require GCSE Maths and English with one at least Grade C/4 and the other at least Grade D/3.
This qualification will develop your knowledge and understanding of food and beverage services. You will learn about the principles of food safety supervision, promoting food and beverage services and products and supervising customer service performance in hospitality, leisure, travel and tourism. You will also learn about the legislation in food and beverage service.
The optional units that make up this qualification will allow you to tailor your learning to your personal interests and preferences. Optional units range from preparing and serving a variety of food and beverages to barista skills and legal and social responsibilities of a personal licence holder.
• Barista Skills
• Food Safety Supervision
• Food and Beverage supervision
• Prepare and serve alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
• The Brasserie at Milton Keynes College. AA College Restaurant of the Year 2019 and Milton Keynes Food & Leisure Restaurant of the Year 2018
• #NHTO2019 Holiday Inn, Milton Keynes East, Take Over and Gala Dinner event
• Chafor Vineyard visit
• The Food Service Show and Professional Kitchen Show, NEC Birmingham
• Hotelympia, ExCel London
You require four GCSEs at grade C/4 or above including Maths and English.
An additional 11,000 chefs are needed over the next five years to meet demand
The UK’s restaurant industry employs 709,700 people across 70,000 restaurants
Highly experienced chefs could earn between £30,000 to £50,000