This NC Hospitality Operations course will introduce you to hospitality, preparing you for further study or an entry-level position in the industry. With 102,000 vacancies in the UK between April and June 2021, employers are looking for experienced staff and even increasing wages to attract more people into the industry. The hospitality industry is projected to continue to grow by 4% over the next ten years, which will mean a continued increase in job opportunities. This introductory course will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge for various roles such as barista work, customer service, front of house and food hygiene.
This course will start in August 2022.
One or more of the following:
- NPA in Hospitality at SCQF level 5
- Relevant SVQ at SCQF level 4
- Skills for Work National 5 Hospitality
- Equivalent recognised qualification
- Relevant work experience
- Acceptance may depend on an interview.
Course Type and Length Options
This course is suitable for students who are considering employment within the hospitality industry.
Who is the NC Hospitality Operations course for?
This course is ideal for anyone wanting to develop a career in hospitality. It will suit school leavers or those looking to change career or take their first steps into the industry.
What will I study?
You’ll learn about different sectors of the hospitality industry and current trends. Topics include food and beverage operations, customer care, and health and safety. You’ll learn through groupwork, lectures, industry visits and guest speakers.
How will I be assessed?
Why should I choose this NC Hospitality Operations course?
This is a good time to enter the hospitality sector as there are likely to be opportunities ahead. This course will prepare you for an entry-level job within the sector, or further study. You’ll get practical experience in serving customers in our on-site commercial restaurant, The Study. Our teaching staff are experts from the sector and they use their industry connections, experience and knowledge to secure vital work experience and industry visits, and to prepare you for interviews.
What are the interview arrangements?
One-to-one or group interview with lecturing staff.