BTEC L2 First Diploma in Hospitality & Event Management FL2

Retail and Commercial Enterprise

Retail and Commercial Enterprise
Retail and Commercial Enterprise

What will you be working towards?

Alternative Title Hospitality & Event Management
Code L7D108P-2122
Qualification Type No Qualification
Qualification Level Level 2
Course type Full Time

Overview

The BTEC programme will use continuous assessment and external assessments you will be able to track your performance as you work towards the pass, merit and distinction grades. You will be encouraged to manage your own assessments and identify where you have met the required standards. The programme is taught through theoretical, practical training and simulation. Each lesson will provide you with assessment opportunities as you work to achieve your goals and targets. You will need an active passion for hospitality & event planning and your tutors will encourage you to discuss your own achievements as well as the issues in modern hospitality. During the course, there will be opportunities to achieve other qualifications in addition to your main BTEC programme. These additional qualifications may include, functional skills, event planning, first aid and customer services. As part of the study programme the learners will be expected to undertake a number of hours work experience within the Hospitality and Events Industry The course consists of 12 units: Introducing the Hospitality Industry Working in the Hospitality Industry Food Safety and Health and Safety in Hospitality How the Hospitality Industry Contributes to Healthy Lifestyles Teamwork in Hospitality Delivering the Hospitality Customer Experience Enterprise in the Hospitality Industry Marketing and Promotion in Hospitality Planning and Running a Hospitality Event Food and Beverage Service in the Hospitality Industry Hospitality Research Project Hospitality Community Volunteering

How will it be delivered?

Methods of assessment may include web blogs, presentations, practical demonstrations, posters, reports, leaflets, interviews and discussions plus 2 external assessment sment may include web blogs, presentations, practical demonstrations, posters, reports, leaflets, interviews and discussions.

Entry requirements

The course requires successful applicants to have 4 GCSEs grades 3 and above; Successful applicants must also demonstrate a willingness to become involved in all aspects of hospitality, including the practical experiences as well as the theoretical.

Your next steps...

Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Hospitality or in the future, a Higher Education course in Hospitality or Event Planning. Employment.