BTEC: Hospitality

BTEC: Hospitality

How the BTEC course works

To achieve the full Diploma Award students must complete and pass units which add up to 120 credits at the end of two years. All work is internally assessed and moderated by visiting moderators. Students will undertake a range of theoretical assignments throughout the course, most involving research within the Hospitality sector, guided by your teachers. Practical skills are also assessed for the relevant units. Students achieve Pass, Merit or Distinction awards – though as the course is broadly equivalent to two A Levels, there are two grades given. For example a student may achieve a Pass/Merit or a Distinction/Distinction depending on the points scored for each unit. There are starred Distinctions for exceptional performance.

What do I need to know to be able to do this course?

You will need to bear in mind that the BTEC uses more practical styles of learning and will also require you to draw on your teamwork skills, maturity and hard work ethic. Most importantly you should have a keen interest in considering a future career and further training in the Hospitality industry as the course is designed with this in mind.

On this course you will learn to…

  • market new services
  • plan and run hospitality events
  • research the Tourism and Hospitality industry
  • independently produce first class dishes in our new professional kitchen
  • serve it in our pop-up BTEC restaurant