Hospitality

LCQ

  • Location:
    Westport and Greymouth
  • Total Duration:
    1 day

Core Elements

This is a one-day course, with an online assessment.

  • Unit standard 16705: Demonstrate knowledge of host responsibility requirements as a duty manager of licensed premises
  • Unit standard 4646: Demonstrate knowledge of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 and its implications for licensed premises

Enrolments must be received 2 weeks prior to course date, in order to confirm place and receive pre-course learning material.

Students are required to complete a workbook prior to attending the course. This pre-work is essential to the one-day course as time will be spent revising workbook content and preparing students to sit an online, external exam with the Training Bureau in the two-weeks following the course. When completed, students 20 years and older will be able to progress a Manager’s Certificate with the local authority. All details will be provided at the time of enrolment.

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BARISTA ESPRESSO SKILLS

  • Location:
    Greymouth and Westport
  • Total Duration:
    1 day

 

Are you wanting to make the most of your home espresso machine? Or, maybe you’re currently working in a café and want to improve your Barista skills? This course will help equip you with the knowledge you need to prepare a perfect cup of coffee for home or work.

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BREAD 101 AND BEYOND

  • Location:
    Greymouth and Westport
  • Total Duration:
    1 day

 

This is a one-day attendance only course. Participants will be introduced to a wide range of bread making methods including artisan and modern ways of making bread from different cultures.

Entry Requirements:

Experience in the food and service industry or food science.

 

FOOD SAFETY

  • Location:
    Greymouth and Westport
  • Total Duration:
    3 days

 

Core Elements

This is an integrated classroom and practical training delivery package over three days.

  • Unit Standard 167: Practice food safety methods in a food business under supervision
  • Unit Standard 168: Demonstrate knowledge of food contamination hazards and control methods used in a food establishment.

Enrolments must be received 2 weeks prior to course date, in order to confirm place and receive pre-course learning material. Students are required to complete a workbook prior to attending the course. On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Maintain effective personal hygiene when working with food in a food business under supervision
  • Prevent cross contamination in a food business under supervision
  • Measure, record and act on temperature of high risk food in a food business under supervision
  • Demonstrate knowledge of hazards that cause food-borne illness and food spoilage
  • Methods used to control hazards that cause food-borne illness and food spoilage in a food establishment
Entry Criteria
  • Pre-course leaning activities and workbook to be completed by class day.

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