New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service
Restaurant Services and Barista Strand - Level 3
Hospitality is exciting!
Whether it's serving coffee at an artisan cafe, or providing silver service at a top restaurant, hospitality staff are always in demand.
The New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Level 3) programme is a nationally recognised qualification designed to prepare you for work in cafes, restaurants, bars, clubs and other hospitality environments.
On completion of this qualification you may choose to do further study in hospitality at a higher level, or pursue employment opportunities at a junior level in hospitality.
You will cover the following two modules:
Hospitality basics and restaurant services: in this module you will learn about health and safety, food safety practices, and how to interact with staff, managers and customers to provide good service. You will begin your practical restaurant service training.
Restaurant, café and barista service: you will complete your restaurant services practical training in the NSIA training restaurant and café and will be able to prepare and serve hot and cold, non-alcoholic drinks. You will also be taught how to provide counter and table service in a café environment and how to prepare and present espresso beverages.
- Be at least 18 years old.
- Have an overall IELTS score of 5.0 with no band score lower than 5.0 (or equivalent) if English is your second language.
- Have NCEA Level 2 (or higher) or a New Zealand Certificate in Hospitality (Level 2) from a New Zealand TEO is an advantage.
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- Service staff in cafes, restaurants, bars or clubs.
2017 Intake Dates
- 31 July
20 weeks including two weeks of holiday.
This Certificate forms part of the first year of the Diploma in International Hospitality Management (Level 5). The fees for the first year can be found here.
- New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Restaurant Services and Barista Strand) - Level 3