In this Spotlight series, we’re now delving into the world of the service industry. As a sector that continues to grow, it also offers a wide range of career paths, from hotel and catering to wedding planning. The skills acquired through studying these subjects can make you employable both in your home town and around the world.
Service and Catering is an exciting and wide-reaching sector with a range of job opportunities. That’s why we have a range of different courses designed to help you get ahead in the industry. They include:
Food and Beverages Management
We all interact with the food and beverage industry, whether it is as staff or as a customer. This course has been designed to give an insight into the industry and the skills required for obtaining employment in cafes, hotels, bars or restaurants. To read more Click Here.
Food Hygiene and Healthy Eating
The Certificate in Healthy Eating and Food Hygiene aims to provide you with a fundamental knowledge and understanding of the broad range of responsibilities involved in taking a role within either the care sector or the catering and food industry. To read more Click Here.
Guest House Management
The very first thing you need to know about opening a successful Guest House business is that there are very few fixed rules. Opening a small tearoom restaurant is a very different matter from opening a large cordon bleu restaurant. The requirements for a fast food outlet differ vastly from those of full service establishments. To read more Click Here.
The programme has been devised to provide learners with an understanding of the hospitality industry. Where learners are looking to enhance their knowledge, this programme will enable students to acquire skills that will prepare them for the industry. To read more Click Here.
The hospitality industry is booming at an incredible rate, and now is the time to prepare you for a major role in the business. New hotels and resorts are developed every year and there is now an amazing variety of employment opportunities. To read more Click Here.
The modern trend is to make more use of eating out facilities, especially when both partners in a marriage are working. It is likely that this trend will continue, which will create a more competitive environment, but it also means that there will be more opportunities for those interested in starting a restaurant. To read more Click Here.
Weddings in the UK are big business – the industry itself is worth over £4 billion annually, the average wedding costs over £20,000, and brides take approximately 250 hours to plan their dream day. However, a combination of the need to get the best for their money, the desire to put together a spectacular day and the ‘money rich, time poor’ society that we live in means that more and more couples are turning to wedding planners to help them put together their wedding for them. To read more Click Here.