Hospitality Supervisor Level 3 Standard
We offer two occupational routes: food and beverage supervisor; bar supervisor.
Entry Requirements: .
Key responsibilities: Hospitality supervisors work in a variety of businesses from bars and restaurants to conference centres and contract caterers. They provide vital support to management teams, supervise hospitality services and run shifts. They typically work under pressure and must be able to deliver customer service and motivate a team. Supervisors can specialise in specific functions or work across different functions that reflect the varied nature of the industry.
Delivery is entirely in the workplace and there is a 20% off job learning allowance. This standard includes End Point Assessments for certification of the apprenticeship
All learning takes place in the workplace.
Entry Requirements & Interview Process
A discussion will take place between the applicant, the employer and the Training Officer to establish whether the range of work is available to ensure that the apprentice can achieve.
Existing maths and English skill levels will also be assessed at this meeting