Front of House Level 2

Front of House Level 2 (Half Year) (LHOSPH)

Prior Learning: Level 1 Hospitality an advantage. Food Safety 167 must be completed over and above the other units offered if not already completed.
Future Pathways/Subjects: Level 3 Hospitality
Note:
This course is designed for students who would like to learn these skills with the possibility of earning money working in the Hospitality industry as a waiter. It covers waiting on tables, table setting, making and serving basic coffees and cold drinks.

TOTAL CREDITS AVAILABLE : 18 credits
INTERNAL CREDITS : 14 credits
EXTERNAL CREDITS : 4 credits

 Standard Number  Level  Credits  LIt / Num  Full Title  Method of Assessment Assessment Opportunities Offered
 167  2  4  Practise food safety methods in a food business under supervision  Test
 14425  2  5 Prepare and serve hot and cold non-alcoholic drinks for a commercial hospitality establishment  Practical
 14436  2  4  Provide table service for a commercial hospitality establishment  Practical
 17286  2  2  Prepare and present pressed coffee for service  Practical
 17287  2  2  Prepare and present filtered coffee for service  Practical

Vocational Pathways

rosette-fullThe NZ Qualifications Authority has identified six categories of jobs.  The aim is to improve the relevance of learning for students by indicating how their learning and achievement is valued by broad sectors of the workforce. Vocational Pathways enables employers to assess whether potential employees’ skills align with their industry requirements more easily. This will be a real advantage when they look for work and training opportunities in the sector.

Students now have access to their personalised Vocational Profile on the NZQA website and it is important to students use this as a tool to plan their subjects at Level 1. It shows the progress to achieving a formal Vocational Pathways Award.

More on vocational pathways can be found at  Vocational Pathways

  • Relevant Vocational Pathways links:
  • Construction and Infrastructure
  • Manufacturing and Technology
  • Primary Industries
  • Service Industries
  • Social and Community Services
  • Creative Industries