Become a Food & Beverage Manager
The 2 years program Become a Food and Beverage Manager of City and Guilds, London offers candidates the unique opportunity to gain 2 Diplomas and an Advanced Diploma during their studies.
- Diploma in Food and Beverage Service
- Diploma in Housekeeping Services & Diploma in Reception Services
These qualifications cover transferable as well as job role specific skills, set out by employers, offering a holistic approach to training learners to be work ready. Sustainability awareness is now a key part of the offer, addressing a critical challenge for the hospitality industry globally.
By incorporating the latest industry trends and technology, these global qualifications make City & Guilds graduates ready for the world of work, wherever they are in the world, taking their first step towards a successful career in hospitality.
We provide a unique opportunity to enhance your learning and at the same time introduce you to the industry workforce.
These qualifications are specialized vocational training programs especially designed to help professionals and beginners enhance their knowledge and skill with sole purpose in their career advancement. These are aligned to the Global Hospitality Certification, developed in partnership with Worldchefs and managers of leading hotels around the world.
Internships/Working experience for all programs: We have a large number of partner hotels, restaurants, cafes and anything related to the Hospitality Industry where we can help provide places for our students to practice and at the same time have an income.
Course Frequency: Students come to class 2 times a week total 8 hours per week.
Diplomas: At the end of the program and after the students succeed in their examinations, they receive their Diploma. All diplomas are sent by the educational organization City & Guilds London.
What you can find out from our prospectus?
Our prospectus offers a wealth of information.
It provides a summary of the programs as well as the course structure. To achieve the 3 years certification, learners must succeed in all of the units listed in the table.