GCSE Food Preparation & Nutrition

GCSE Food Preparation & Nutrition

WJEC Level 1 &2 Hospitality and Catering Level 1 & 2 Hospitality and Catering Aims The WJEC Level 1/2 Award in Hospitality and Catering has been designed to support learners in schools and colleges who want to learn about this vocational sector and the potential it can offer them for their careers or further study. It is most suitable as a foundation for further study. This further study would provide learners with the opportunity to develop a range of specialist and general skills that would support their progression to employment. Employment in hospitality and catering can range from waiting staff, receptionists and catering assistants to chefs, hotel and bar managers and food technologists in food manufacturing. All of these roles require further education and

training either through apprenticeships or further and higher education. Level 1 & 2 Hospitality and Catering Objectives By studying Level 1 & 2 Hospitality and Catering learners will be able to: 1. demonstrate effective and safe cooking skills by planning, preparing and cooking a variety of food commodities whilst using different cooking techniques and equipment 2. develop knowledge and understanding of the functional properties and chemical characteristics of food as well as a sound knowledge of the nutritional content of food and drinks 3. understand the relationship between diet, nutrition and health, including the physiological and psychological effects of poor diet and health 4. understand the economic, environmental, ethical and socio-cultural influences on food availability, production processes, diet and health choices 5. demonstrate knowledge and understanding of functional and nutritional properties, sensory qualities and microbiological food safety considerations when preparing, processing, storing, cooking and serving food 6. understand and explore the Hospitality and Catering industry, the job roles and the different types of equipment use to support the industry. Level 1 & 2 Hospitality and Catering Summary of Assessment

Unit 1: The Hospitality and Catering Industry 40% (90 Marks) are thorough assessment by an online written examination 1 hour 30mins Unit 2: Hospitality and Catering in Action 60% Non Examination assessment: internally assessed, externally moderated. 9 hours which includes a 3hours practical exam. Practical exam is a two course meal for two people with accompaniments. Level 1 & 2 Hospitality and Catering Content Overview UNIT 1 THE HOSPITALITY AND CATERING INDUSTRY Areas of of content: content: Areas 1. Understand Understand the the environment environment in in 1. which hospitality

hospitality and and catering catering which providers operate operate Principles Principles of of providers nutrition nutrition 2. Understand Understand how how hospitality hospitality and and 2. catering provisions provisions operate. operate. catering 3. Provision Provision meets meets health health and

and safety safety 3. requirements Cooking Cooking and and food food requirements preparation. preparation. 4. How How food food can can cause cause ill ill health. health. 4. 5. The The hospitality hospitality and and catering catering 5. provision to

to meet meet specific specific provision requirements requirements Unit 1 Weighting: 40% (90 Marks) Time: 1 hour 30mins Level 1 & 2 Hospitality and Catering Content Overview UNIT 2 HOSPITALITY AND CATERING IN ACTION The applied purpose of the unit is for learners to safely plan, prepare, cook and present nutritional dishes. Propose four nutritional dishes for The Western Deli and Coffee Shop Plan for the production of two dishes that could be included on the menu Prepare, cook and present the two dishes that the apprentice will prepare and cook. Unit 2: Assessment 1 Weighting: 60% Time: 9 hours Grading

Level 1 Pass Level 2 Pass Level 2 Merit Level 2 Distinction WJEC will set tasks for each assessment. Examples below The business owner has employed a new catering manager together with a chef and three catering assistants who will support the kitchen and front of house. There are also plans to employ an apprentice from the local university. The catering manager and chef want the menu to meet the diverse needs of the local people. They also want to rid the premises of the reputation for unhealthy food. Level 1 & 2 Hospitality and Catering Non Exam Assessment Level 1 & 2 Hospitality and Catering What can I do next? Teaching Social Work a t n

e m n Enviro l Health Journalism Sport Science Marketing Consumeris m Product Developme nt Food Science Catering Nutrition Dietetics

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