About the course
The graduates of the course will be able to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required of beginning supervisors in hotels, restaurants and small businesses. The graduates will have a good base from which to further develop their supervisory skills and management knowledge in food and beverage operations within the Hospitality industry as well as some specific knowledge of front of office and financial skills. Graduates may enter directly into the workforce or may consider further study at higher levels in Hospitality or Hotel Management.
Applicants must be 18 years of age before starting the alcoholic beverage unit standards. Those applicants who do not have English as their first language require an English level of IELTS 5.5 or equivalent. Preference will be given to students who have passed Level 2 NCEA, or higher, at secondary school, or achieved a recognised hospitality qualification. Mature students can gain entry by showing evidence of at least two years? continuous employment in an appropriate hospitality establishment. Applicants may be asked to undergo a NSIA entrance test.
About the provider
Our reputation as the leading private Culinary Arts and Hospitality academy in New Zealand attracts the highest calibre of industry professionals to share their knowledge and train students. Our facilities are unparalleled and designed to meet every need in preparing you for a successful career within the hospitality industry. And did you know, Auckland is in the top 20 cities in the QS Best Student Cities in the World 2016, a list ranking of the world's leading urban destinations for international students.