This Level 2 SVQ is designed for anyone in full time employment, who is involved in a variety of areas in a hotel.
The majority of the evidence for the qualification will be provided through visual observations carried out in the workplace. The candidates will also have to show that they have appropriate knowledge and understanding of their job.
You must be in year round full time employment and working in the hospitality industry.
The qualification consists of 10 units, 3 of which are mandatory and the other 7 are selected by the individual candidates. It has specialist units relevant to all aspects of a hospitality business, including.
This course is completed in the work place. You may have to attend various 1 day workshops.
We provide you an evidence portfolio and all the documentation required to help you complete the qualification. We also provide you with a textbook and access to a variety of different resources.
This SVQ can start any time and takes place in your current work place.
Funding availability changes each year. Funding can be available from Skills Development Scotland.
Please call for up to date information.
This qualification could help the candidate progress into a role with more responsibility. They may also be able to progress onto the Hospitality Supervision and Leadership Level 3 SVQ.
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