Catering & Hospitality Level 2

Start Date
01/08/2020
Level
Course Course
CFFCA1
Area
Catering & Hospitality
Campus
City Campus

About this Course

You will be able to develop the skills learnt at Level 1 to learn more about food preparation and more complex cooking techniques, alongside developing your food and beverage service skills.

Key Units

Key Areas of Study
You will learn about preparing, cooking and finishing the following:
  • Fish and poultry dishes
  • Meat dishes
  • Soups
  • Vegetables
  • Pasta Dishes
  • Pastries
  • Desserts
During your theoretical lessons you will study:
  • Food Safety and Hygiene
  • Cooking Techniques
  • Costings and Menu Planning
  • Preparing Healthier Foods
  • Catering for Special Dietary Requirements
You will also be expected to study Functional Skills in English Language and Maths where necessary.

Entry Requirements

Level 1 Catering and Hospitality and Functional Skills at a minimum of Entry 3.

Assessment

  • Practical assessments
  • Short answer test papers
  • Written assignments

Your practical work will be assessed in the kitchens and the award winning, licensed, public restaurant, The Silver Plate. 

Approximately 40% of the course is theory assessed by a series of short answer test papers and written assignments on topics such as food safety and health and safety awareness. The assignments are spread out evenly over the academic year.

Where does this Lead

On successful completion of this course you could progress onto one of the following courses:

Future Opportunities

Career opportunities include:

  • Working in the kitchen or front of house as a server, barista or bar staff in a variety of pubs, clubs, restaurants and hotels
  • Industrial catering
  • Event catering

Tell Me More

Will this course suit me?
An ideal student for this course is one who is motivated with a desire to learn and has an interest in the catering industry as well as cookery and the service of food. You must be flexible and self-motivated. You will need good preparation skills and to be well organised.

Extra Costs

You are required to purchase some specialist equipment before the start of the course. This includes kitchen and restaurant uniforms and a basic set of professional kitchen knives. The approximate cost of which is £200 - £250. The College will give you more information on this before you start your course. 


Those in financial hardship can apply for help from the college's Learner Support Fund.

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