James Watt College

HNC Hospitality Operations

James Watt College
In Greenock

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Typology HNC
Location Greenock (Scotland)
  • HNC
  • Greenock (Scotland)
Description

This course provides well-rounded training for anyone wishing to pursue a career in hospitality. You will gain experience in both practical and theoretical subjects including hospitality supervision, food and beverage service, menu planning, financial accounting and marketing, providing the diverse experience needed as a supervisor in the hospitality industry.

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Greenock
James Watt College Of Further & Higher Education Finnart Street, PA16 8HF, Renfrewshire, Scotland
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Starts On request
Location
Greenock
James Watt College Of Further & Higher Education Finnart Street, PA16 8HF, Renfrewshire, Scotland
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· Requirements

One Higher Grade pass, plus two Standard Grade passes or an SGA Intermediate 2 in Hospitality. Students with appropriate industrial experience may be accepted without formal qualifications.

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Course programme

HNC Hospitality Operations

Course Aims:
This course provides well-rounded training for anyone wishing to pursue a career in hospitality. You will gain experience in both practical and theoretical subjects including hospitality supervision, food and beverage service, menu planning, financial accounting and marketing, providing the diverse experience needed as a supervisor in the hospitality industry.

Course Content:
· Skills Practice in Different Styles of Food Service, Wines &, Spirits · Running the Restaurant & Supervising Teams, · Kitchen Organisation & Menu Planning · Diet, Nutrition &, Health · Costing & Control Procedures · Marketing & Selling, · Food Hygiene · Financial & Legal Aspects

Progression Opportunities:
Successful students can progress to HND level studies.

Career Potential:
Job opportunities exist throughout the UK and abroad at supervisory, and operational level in a range of hotels, restaurants, holiday resorts, and conference centres, bars and clubs, cruise liners, industrial and, commercial outlets.

Course Assessment:
The course is assessed in the college¿s realistic work environment,, where students get the opportunity to apply theory to practical, situations. Students are encouraged to apply practical skills to project, and theory-based assessments. Where the practical training suites are, not available in the college, case study assessments are based on, real industrial establishments.


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