Career Guidance Workshop
Are you unsure of your career journey options? Do you need some advice on what your next step could look like? If so, this is the workshop for you!
This programme provides students with the advanced knowledge and skills to be an effective front-of-house professional in the food and beverage sector.
From day one, students will be welcomed into our student-run training restaurant, Windows, and the purpose-built barista workshop. Students will work up to serving and making coffee for paying public guests, with guidance, support and training from our tutors.
Students will learn how to effectively communicate with customers, serve food and drinks in a professional way, apply health and safety, food safety and security practices to their work, and learn about standard operating procedures in the hospitality industry.
|Module code||Module title||Level||Credits||Pre-requisites||Co-requisites|
| REST401||Restaurant Operational Controls and Practices for Supervisors||4||15|
REST402||Applied Communications and Customer Service Strategies for Restaurant Supervisors||4||15|||
| REST403||Applied Advanced Food Services Practices||4||15|||
|REST404||Applied Advanced Beverage Services Practices||4||15|||
Graduates may be employed as food servers in a broad range of food and beverage service outlets.
This programme leads to the New Zealand Certificate in Hospitality (Advanced) (Level 5).
You can apply for this programme if you meet one of the below options.
Based on study completed after school (tertiary study)
Based on your work experience (on the job)
If you can demonstrate relevant knowledge, skills and experience that you have gained through work experience, that will help you to be successful in the programme.
Based on discretionary entrance
If you don’t meet any of the above options, and you think you have what it takes to complete this programme, you can apply for discretionary entrance. Your application may be accepted if you can demonstrate a good chance of success. Approval of discretionary entrance applications is decided by the relevant manager. If your application is approved, your acceptance into further programmes relies on you demonstrating success in this programme.
An interview process will be available on application to determine whether any specific support is required and to ensure students are well informed about the programme.
English language requirements
Candidates who have English as a second language are required to have an International English Language Test System (IELTS) score of 5.5, with no individual band score lower than 5; or equivalent.
Are you ready for your first day of class? Check out your start date and where you need to be. You can also find useful information about studying at Wintec on our Welcome page.
Wintec extends a warm invitation to all new students to attend a Pōwhiri to welcome the semester ahead. After formalities, light refreshments will be served in the marae dining room, Te Kōpū Mānia o Kirikiriroa, Wintec City Campus.
If your programme requires you to have access to textbooks, these can be purchased through a range of suppliers listed below:
New Zealand-based suppliers
General book suppliers
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