The level 3 NVQ Diploma in Hospitality Supervision and Leadership (QCF) is designed for learners who have some experience supervising others or managing resources. It will enable learners to develop their knowledge and skills to progress their career in the hospitality sector.
This qualification is aimed at people who: are seeking a career in housekeeping and wish to take the first step towards professional qualifications and are involved in housekeeping as their primary work activity.
A professional Hospitality and Catering qualification with a number of flexible units you will understand and demonstrate the importance of a professional and positive approach within the Hospitality and Catering Industry.
Learners take three mandatory units focusing on planning and allocating work for the team, managing personal development, setting objectives and supporting team members. They then choose from a diverse range of optional units to complete the qualification, tailoring their learning to meet their individual and organisational needs.
This qualification is aimed at learners who are very experienced and who have existing experience of working in a professional kitchen and are currently employed as a chef or a supervisory role. Learners will develop vital skills in food safety, hygiene and teamwork, as well as the ability to produce a wide range of complex dishes.
Learners will be able to prepare and cook a range of food products.. Whilst the investigative and theoretical units provide a broad under-standing of all aspects of kitchen operations, essential for those aspiring to work in the hospitality industry.
This qualification is for those currently working, or wishing to work in an educational environment offering specialist support for pupils' learning in primary, secondary or special schools such as a teaching assistant, learning support assistants or special needs assistants.
This qualification is for those currently working, or wishing to work in an educational support capacity within a school environment as a teaching assistant, classroom assistant, learning support assistant or special needs assistant.
Points to Note: As this is a work-based course you must have secured either voluntary work or employment within a childcare environment working with children in a school setting, for a minimum of 10 hours per week for the duration of the course. Please note that you must have been volunteering or working in the placement in which you are to be assessed for at least 12 weeks prior to the course commencing.
The ILM Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Team Leading has been designed for team leaders who have some personal autonomy and responsibility, and who collaborate with others to deliver work. This qualification gives learners the opportunity to develop the core competences needed by team leaders in today’s dynamic business world. Learners take three mandatory units focusing on managing personal development, working relationships with colleagues and communicating information and knowledge. They then choose from a diverse range of optional unit to complete the qualification, tailoring their learning to meet their individual and organisational goals.