Level 2 Hospitality
Teacher in Charge: Mrs S. van Niekerk
The main focus of this course is to consistently provide industry standard dishes to an end user using various skills and techniques. This hands on approach in the commercial kitchen will provide them with the confidence to apply for part-time work and prepare them for work in hotels, cafés and restaurants.
Health and safety practices forms an integral part of this course which include practical and theory components.
Students will also learn about different cuisines and present a portfolio to support their learning.
This course leads into Level 3 Hospitality and Level 3 Barista. Students are able to be involved in competition work at this level.
Recommended Prior Learning
Level 1 Hospitality is an advantage.
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
The full school uniform is required for practical lessons and must include covered toe school shoes. Hair nets will be provided and is mandatory to wear. Acrylic or false nails and nail polish will not be allowed at anytime.
Total Credits Available: 16 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 16 credits.
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