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Hospitality Supervisor, Apprenticeship
What will I do on this course?
The Level 3 Hospitality Supervisor Apprenticeship provides practical and theoretical skills on the job as well as developing your functional skills. You’ll spend most of your week at work, which will be a role in a hotel, restaurant, country club, café or school.
You’ll get the chance to learn about your preferred area of hospitality supervision – there are seven pathways and your choice will depend on your job role.
How will I be assessed?
We’ll assess your practical skills by observing you at work. Your personal assessor will also visit you at work to make sure you are on target to get your qualifications. You will undertake an end-point assessment towards the end of your apprenticeship.
What could I do after this course?
The majority of Weston College apprentices are kept on by their employer after they finish their courses. You’ll also be qualified for various roles in the catering industry. Or you could increase your skills by progressing to a related degree-level course, such as the degree in Business with Management at University Centre Weston.
You’ll need five GCSEs at grade 9-4, or a Level 2 qualification, and you’ll need to be proficient in English and maths at Level 2. You’ll also need to be in relevant employment, but we can help you find this.
Occupations related to Hospitality Supervisor, Apprenticeship
Hotel or accommodation manager/proprietor
Job holders in this unit group plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate the activities and resources of hotels, hostels, lodging homes, holiday camps, holiday flats and chalets, and organise the domestic, catering, and entertainment facilities on passenger ships.
Employment in region: 1,149 positions
Restaurant or catering establishment manager/proprietor
Restaurant and catering establishment managers and proprietors plan, direct and co-ordinate the catering services of restaurants, hotels and large-scale catering services within other organisations.
Employment in region: 3,110 positions
What Our Students Say
Jordan Hinks, Professional Cookery
“This course has varied and interesting, and I constantly learnt new dishes and expanded my skills”
Former school: King Alfred
Course: Professional Cookery
What next? Progressing to the Level 3 Diploma and then aiming to get a job on a cruise liner or in a high-end restaurant or hotel.