Hospitality Supervision and Leadership, Level 3

Courses starting September. Call 01539 814700 for details.
Course end date:
31 Jul 2018

This course runs over four days a week, usually Monday-Thursday. The course is delivered during the normal college day (9am-5pm) three days a week, and one evening will be working in the college restaurant for the evening service (you will need to arrange transport home anywhere between 9pm-11pm).

Students are given the opportunity to participate in many enrichment events over the year. Students will visit local hotels such as Lakeside at Newby Bridge and Beech Hill near Bowness, to gain an insight into how these businesses operate and will be given the opportunity to travel abroad e.g. last year students visited Berlin and this year they are heading to Amsterdam. As well as trips and visits, students will take part in internal, local and national competitions e.g. Lakes Speciality Food in Stavely run internal competitions in college (such as a Burger Competition) and four students last year travelled on a fully expenses paid trip to Cape Town in South Africa, as part of the WorldSkills legacy competition. Last year, our students won the local Seafood Competition and made the final of the North West Young Chef of the Year.

The Hospitality department also recruits a Culinary Team who are employed by the college to support additional corporate events, with the money raised going into an end of year foreign experience. Students in previous years have visited top restaurants and hotels in Chicago, Dubai, Toronto, China and this year will be flying to Barcelona.

The department runs parents evenings during the year and an End of Year Prize Giving Ceremony.  The department also invites five guest chefs into college to give students specific skill demonstrations.

All of our learners will be given support with their English and Maths skills where relevant to their main programme. Those students who have not yet achieved a ‘C’ grade at GCSE in these subjects will continue to work towards these important qualifications at a level suited to them.

This course will be part of a wider study programme, which may also include english & maths, work placement and additional studies.

Next: What will I learn?

What will I learn?

This course develops your skills front of house and you will be given responsibility to lead a team of level 1 and level 2 students, delegating tasks to them and supervising their progress.

The following will also be covered:
- Event management and set-up
- Billing
- Cashing up

Functional skills or GCSEs in Maths and English may also be included into your study programme, if you have yet to achieve a grade C in these subjects.

Next: Assessment

How will I be assessed?

Assessment is continuous throughout the year and includes development of a portfolio.

Next: Career Opportunities?

Career Opportunities

The College runs a HNC and HND in Hospitality Management, which you may want to progress onto.

All students are guaranteed a job at the end of their course. Our students have gone onto work as chefs, front of house staff, and managers in a wide range of hotels and restaurants, including Michelin starred L’Enclume in Cartmel and Lakeside at Newby Bridge. We also have previous students working in establishments from France to New Zealand and everywhere in-between!

Next: Entry requirements

Entry requirements

All candidates will be interviewed for these courses by the subject specialist and in some cases a trade test may be required. You should have good trade experience or a relevant level 2 qualification at Merit or Distinction.

Adult fees

£

Please note: If you are an adult student you may be entitled to financial support to cover the cost of your course, dependent on your circumstances. Please contact Student Services on enquiries@kendal.ac.uk for details. Fees will be confirmed in the Spring Term. More about Student Finance.

Next: Apply

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