Courses will enable pupils to develop life skills and enhance their personal effectiveness in terms of cookery skills and food preparation techniques. Pupils will also be provided with a set of skills for those wishing to progress to further study. Pupils will learn how to prepare and cook food for themselves and others. Courses contain a significant practical component, involving experiential learning, and allow progression to a range of careers in the hospitality industry.

The skills that pupils gain by successfully completing courses in Hospitality will be valuable for learning, life and work. Pupils will:

  • use a range of cookery skills, food preparation techniques and cookery processes when following recipes
  • select and use ingredients to produce and garnish or decorate dishes
  • develop an understanding of ingredients and their uses and an awareness of responsible sourcing
  • develop an awareness of current dietary advice relating to the use of ingredients, work safely and hygienically 

The Learner Journey through all levels of the course will be coherent and provide challenge and enjoyment. An integrated approach to learning will be adopted and include a mix of practical learning and knowledge and understanding of hospitality skills. The structure of courses, built on hierarchical mandatory units will ensure clear pathways and progression from BGE courses onwards through the national qualifications.

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