Apprenticeships are a popular choice for people aged 16 or above, looking for on the job training and the opportunity to gain nationally-recognised qualifications whilst earning a wage. Most of your training will be directly linked to the career you have chosen, gaining practical experience in the workplace.
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The duration for this apprenticeship is 15 – 18 months.
Start your career in hospitality with the Hospitality Team Member Apprenticeship. A hospitality team member can work in a range of establishments, for example bars, restaurants, cafés, conference centres, banqueting venues, hotels or contract caterers. The role of a hospitality team member is very varied and although hospitality team members tend to specialise in an area, they have to be adaptable and ready to support team members across the business, for example during busy periods.
The apprenticeship explores the essentials of working in the industry and developing your customer service and team member skills. The core units are focused on the business, people and customers. In addition, students choose to select one specialist area in hospitality, options include:
A 5% employer contribution fee may be applicable depending on the age of the apprentice and the size of your organisation.
You will need to have achieved GCSEs at grade 9 - 3 (or comparable qualification) in English and maths. Please note, you will also be required to undertake an initial assessment prior to enrolment in order to assess your current level of English and maths. Your interviewer will discuss with you what minimum level you will need to achieve at initial assessment. Please note if your English and maths prior qualifications are comparable to a GCSE grade 3 you will be required to attempt functional skills at level 2.
Whilst your technical skills and knowledge will develop over the course of your Apprenticeship you will also need to demonstrate to potential employers that you possess the relevant skills and personal qualities and are willing to work and learn.
To begin this course you must be eligible to work within England or the European Economic Area (EEC) and be employed for a minimum of 30 hours in a relevant job role and be able to attend college on a part-time basis. Your employer must commit to supporting you throughout your apprenticeship and provide on-the-job learning as well as your college based off-the-job learning.
If you do not have an employer to support your apprenticeship the college will support you to find an employer through our dedicated employer support team.
Please note that all apprenticeships are subject to availability of space.
Progression from this apprenticeship is expected to be onto a hospitality supervisory or team leading role.
Whilst your technical skills and knowledge will develop over the course of your Apprenticeship, you will also need to demonstrate to potential employers that you possess the relevant skills and personal qualities and are willing to work and learn.
Employers will look for:
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