Level 2 Hospitality
Teacher in Charge: D. Corban
This course enables students to work toward a Vocational Pathways Certificate in Service Industries. If a career in Food Science is sought, then students will be provided with an opportunity to select University Approved Achievement Standards.
Students are able to design their own curriculum for the duration of this course by choosing Unit Standards, from the Standards menu, which best suit their own interests and needs to further their education in this field. The aim of the students is to complete 18 - 22 credits within their Level 2 year.
There is a possibility for students, who have an interest in Food Science and have their sights set on a University pathway, to select University Approved Achievement Standards.
Barista , Food Safety and basic culinary
Culinary / food service/
Culinary/ food service
Recommended Prior Learning
Students are to be committed to and available to attend out of school time assessments at ‘Educaterers’ catering functions. This caters for authentic experience using real customers, in real time and with real feedback. Students are work ready when they leave Level 2 and 3 Hospitality.
Assessment InformationAssessments are based, equally, on practical capability, written tasks and written assessments. All 3 MUST be completed to achieve each Standard assessed.
Vocational Health and Safety standards are expected at ALL times in the practical room: Covered shoes, no nail polish, short nails, no jewellery, hairnets, hair tied back, clean uniform and aprons.
Total Credits Available: 23 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 23 credits.
The courses we offer are reviewed regularly and are subject to change.