Licensed Hospitality Apprenticeship Level 2
NGTC offers a wide range of qualifications which reflects the diversity of an ever expanding catering and hospitality industry. The apprenticeship frameworks consist of NVQ, Technical certificate and the achievement of Functional Skills.
This is a framework for those working behind a bar or in customer facing roles in the bar area, employed in various licensed hospitality premises, such as:Leased premises
- Managed Houses
- Tenanted premises
- Club premises.
The Pub, Bar and Nightclub industry is the second largest industry within the hospitality sector, yet no specific apprenticeship exists which deals with the fundamental skills and knowledge
needed as part of the day-to-day business of working within the sector.Around 600,000 people work in licensed hospitality, with pubs bars and nightclubs having the youngest workforce of all the UK industries. 45% of the 600,000 people working in the industry are under the age of 25. Turnover is high, particularly in leased and tenanted premises.
The shift from managed outlets to tenanted/leased premises means that there have been huge implications for skills – operators of these types of premises are less likely to take up training opportunities. This is often because of the perceived cost of sending staff members out of the workplace is high, and the return on investment low, especially considering that the industry has a relatively high level of staff turnover.
Employers within the licensed hospitality industry have identified the need for a more transparent career progression path to be available for those entering the industry wishing to develop further to management roles, and to help retain good staff members. This framework has been designed to meet these objectives and to encourage those with entrepreneurial aspirations.
Some examples of job titles that this apprenticeship framework has been identified for are:
- Barpersons (leased, tenanted, managed, wine bar, cocktail bar, nightclub)
- Restaurant staff (waiters, waitresses)
- Bar managers
- Food and Beverage Managers
- Shift mangers
- Bar team leaders.
There are 4 pathways within the framework at Intermediate level dependent on your job role
You will undertake a relevant NVQ qualification in relation to your job role and Level 2 Certificate in Licenced Hospitality
For an Intermediate Apprenticeship at Level 2, the learner should have a good standard of education, a Level 1 NVQ and or be working in the industry.
Entry onto the programme will be dependent upon a discussion with your employer and an initial assessment of your basic skills.
From the Intermediate Apprenticeship there may be opportunities to progress onto the Advanced Level 3 Apprenticeship, dependent on your job role.
- Lectures 7
- Quizzes 0
- Age 18+
- Employed Contract
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