Gain supervisory skills for a broad range of food and beverage outlets along with real-world experience at events and functions with the New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Restaurant Service Strand).
This course is delivered from the following site:
- HLC Levin Campus
The New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Restaurant Service Strand) is a hospitality course that will help you develop advanced restaurant and beverage service skills as well as attain your food handling certification NZQA unit 167.
You will also get first hand experience and the knowledge to monitor and maintain customer service, and policies and procedures for a broad range of hospitality environments.
Learn how to interact with colleagues and customers so you can provide a memorable high-quality dining experience. Successful graduates of this course in hospitality, will have the skills and confidence needed to supervise food and beverage operations in accordance with all legislative requirements.
On successful completion of the course students will receive:
- NZ Certificate in Food & Beverage Service Level 4
Programme Fee - $3041.50
24 July 2017 - 1 December 2017
The course content will include:
- Operational Restaurant Service
- Operational Beverage Service
- Hospitality Service Standards
Applicants should have completed the Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Level 3) with strands in Café Services and Functions Services, or an equivalent Level 3 qualification in hospitality, or have the equivalent industry skills and knowledge.
Full attendance is encouraged to maximise learning opportunities and to optimise success for students. To meet external examination requirements, 80% attendance of practical classes is compulsory.
This programme will require students to work after hours when studying at the HLC Levin Campus. This programme leads on from the New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service Level 3 (with strands in Café Services and Functions Services) programme and is for those students wanting to work in restaurants or bars.
It is recommended that applicants have met the literacy and numeracy requirements for NCEA Level 1 or equivalent.
Where to from here?
- Overseas work
- Or staircase to further study