In the Food & Beverage Service Standard, apprentices learn about:
- The range of food and beverage service styles and standards within different types of hospitality operations
- Key features of menu items products and services
- Basic food and beverage pairing in line with our menus
Apprentices will be expected to ensure each stage of food and beverage service meets Brend Hotel standards, including, for example, customer arrival, provision of information, promoting menu and other items, taking and processing orders, serving food and drinks and taking payments. Food and beverage service must be demonstrated in at least one food service style, such as table service, counter service, room service or conference and banqueting.
30/40 hours per week
You could continue on to the Management Academy and the Level 3 qualification, Hospitality Supervisor Apprenticeship or Team Leader, with a view to become a restaurant or lounge supervisor.
Restaurant Supervisor; £14,390 - £22,613
*Earning potential figures are meant as a guide only. Source: www.payscale.com