Hospitality is the fourth largest employer in the UK, according to the British Hospitality Association (BHA), with 4.49 million people working in the sector, with more than a third of employees are under the age of 25.
The industry continues to suffer from a skills shortage and requires 100,000 additional skilled workers by 2020. Managers and chefs are the most in-demand roles.
These standards have been developed to form progressive career pathways, incorporating the knowledge, skills and behaviours employers have defined for today’s industry.
They have been designed so that they apply across the sector, allowing organisations to incorporate their own ways of working, products and services into the learning and development, whilst ensuring it meets one national standard.
The following Hospitality courses are available (Click to download)