OVERVIEW

The Professional Skills Management in Food and Beverage program will take the learner on a journey to the global world of hospitality industry. This professional skills training will nurture the learner to become members of the hospitality industry who are well equipped with knowledge, skills and appropriate attitudes that will satisfy the demands of this dynamic industry.


LEARNING OUTCOMES

The course aims to provide knowledge enhancement of basic food marketing principles, cost control, monitoring and staff management skills to people already employed in the food and beverage industry throughout Asia. It is designed to cover all the key operational areas that managers, executives and senior supervisors of Food and Beverage managers must learn and know so that he/she is able to carry out his/her job professionally and competently. The programme also offers considerable opportunities for personal advancement for career minded executives in the industry.

No Subjects
1 Interpersonal & Communication Skills
2 Basic Computer Skills
3 Food Preparation
4 Food & Beverage Service
5 Food Sanitation, Safety and Hygiene
6 Food and Beverage Management
7 Food and Beverage Cost Control
8 Practical Training

Intakes
April and October

Course Duration: 6 months

Total Credit Hours: 26 Credits Hrs. with 580 Practical Training Hours

Mode: Full Time

Malaysian citizen, 17 years of age and above

PROGRESSION

Successful completion of Professional Skills Management in Food and Beverage, can gain entry to diploma or degree in the field of hotel and hospitality. This qualification alone gives the graduates an avenue to work in roles such as waiter/waitress and can lead to head waiter/restaurant supervisor, wine waiter, and this qualification can even look to progress on to more senior supervisory qualifications in Hospitality Supervision and Leadership.

  • Waiter/Waitress
  • Supervisor
  • Barista
  • Kitchen Assistant
  • Sales Assistant Manager


Earnings Estimates RM 1,200.00 – RM 2,500.00

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