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28A Linwood Avenue ,
Food, Hospitality and Personal Services
Food and Hospitality
Not supplied by Institute
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This is an entry level qualification for people working in a front office reception role in commercial accommodation environments.
The compulsory section of the qualification covers the knowledge and skills required for providing arrival and departure services, booking accommodation, performing debtor control functions, using telephone systems to provide guest services, maintaining personal presentation and greeting customers, dealing with customer complaints, maintaining a safe and secure environment, using telephone systems, providing customers with information, and providing hospitality sales and service opportunities.
The elective section of the qualification enables candidates to select standards from the areas of interpersonal communications, core service sector skills, generic and specialised hospitality skills, and guest services to fit with their job roles.
This qualification builds on the National Certificate in Hospitality (Entry Skills) (Ref: 1257] or the National Certificate in Hospitality (Porter Services) (Level 2) (Ref: 0558] and can lead onto the National Certificate in Hospitality (Hotel Reservations) (Level 4) [Ref: 1273] or the National Certificate in Hospitality (Operations Supervision) (Level 4) with strands in Food and Beverage Service, Gaming, Accommodation, and Front Office [Ref: 0882] or the National Diploma in Hospitality (Operational Management) (Level 5) with strands in Kitchen Management, Food and Beverage Management, Rooms Division Management, and Functions Management [Ref: 1245].
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Total Enrolments for National Certificate in Hospitality (Front Office) for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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