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Hospitality (Level 2)
Why choose this subject?
Hospitality is an exciting and diverse industry, it provides food, drink and accommodation for people who are away from home whether travelling ,working or on holiday. You will learn a variety of skills such as how to prepare a meal, how to look after customers and how to plan for an event. These skills can be used when working in many settings including hotels, restaurants, bars, and catering businesses, which can lead to great job satisfaction and a chance to travel.
What will you study?
Unit 1 -(Exam) introduction to the Hospitality Industry- this unit covers the different aspects of the hospitality industry, looking at its component parts and the different products and services that are offered as well as the essential processes involved in operating a hospitality business.
Unit 2 -Working in the Hospitality Industry- this unit covers the importance of team working and customer service for working in a variety of roles within the hospitality industry and looks at other important aspects such as personal appearance and personal attributes necessary to work successfully.
Unit 3- Food safety and health and safety in Hospitality -where you will discover the various aspects of health and safety, and food safety law in relation to those working in the hospitality industry.
Unit 4- Planning preparing and finishing food- where you will explore the understanding and skills required for proficiency in planning, preparing, cooking and finishing a range of food types in the hospitality industry.
How is this course assessed?
Your BTEC level 2 first Award in Hospitality is a vocational qualification.
Your teacher will set assignments throughout your course these take the form of projects where you research plan and make and evaluate a piece of work or an activity case study or presentation. You will also sit an exam in the January of the course.
Creative Art Intent
Exodus 35:30-33 ‘The Lord chose Bezalel and filled him with the Spirit of God, with wisdom, with understanding, with knowledge and with all kinds of skills – to make artistic designs for work in gold, silver and bronze, to cut and set stones, to work in wood and to engage in all kinds of artistic crafts.
Students are encouraged to develop their skills and knowledge across a range of different disciplines and media, promoting personalised outcomes students will develop a range of skills in a broad range of media, focus on the use of colour, mark making and printmaking and will develop the use of a sketchbook. Our curriculum fosters confidence, creativity and individual skills students will develop their painting and drawing skills, work in three dimensions, learn about work in mixed media and learn new photography techniques. The curriculum allows students to realise that true creativity is grounded in perseverance and challenges are overcome6.
Through the curriculum Students will nurture academic habits to develop their ability to analyse the work of artists, through study of art history and relevant social context. Students will stretch themselves spiritually, morally and imaginatively through creative investigations, showing character when designing and encouraging exploration through experimentation. Our curriculum allows children to embrace your mistakes as development and persevere towards your final outcome.
We provide a foundation for students to pursue their hopes and aspirations through further education on their own creative journey. Our curriculum explores different pathways in the creative industry and have high aspirations9.
6 Psalm 24:1– ‘The earth is the Lord’s and everything in it’
9 John 10:10 – Jesus said, ‘I have come that they may have life and have it abundantly.’