- To provide pupils with core knowledge about the hospitality industry and the skills required for working in it.
- To encourage pupils to make informed decisions about further learning opportunities and career choices in the hospitality industry
- Enables young people to develop and practise key transferable skills that are important in working life.
Mr P. Maybin
Key Stage 4 Hospitality
Exam Board : CCEA Hospitality
Through studying this course, students gain core knowledge and understanding of the hospitality industry and the skills required for working in it. Students have opportunities to apply their developing knowledge, understanding and skills in a range of theoretical and practical contexts.
There are three units, each with one form of assessment. Unit 1 and Unit 2 are externally assessed. Unit 3 is internally assessed through work-related assignments. These assignments give the course an applied ethos and underline its work-related emphasis.
The emphasis on practical tasks enables students to have a motivating and enjoyable experience of finding out what it is like to work in the hospitality industry. It encourages students to make informed decisions about further learning opportunities and career choices in the hospitality industry.