Licensed Hospitality - Level 2 Intermediate Appretniceship (BIIAB)


Course Overview

The course duration is 12 – 14  months.

For the main skills qualification, the learner has to undertake a minimum of 29 credits of which 15 credits are mandatory, these units are:

There are many optional units to meet your individual circumstances and include:

  • Order stock
  • Clean drinks dispense lines
  • Prepare and serve wines
  • Barista skills

For the operations knowledge qualification, the learner has to undertake 15 credits in total of which 10 are mandatory. These units are:

  • Customer and Drinks Service
  • Food Safety in Catering
  • Alcohol Awareness
  • Legal and Social Responsibilities of a Personal Licence Holder
  • Health and Safety in the Workplace
  • Principles of Conflict Management in Licensed Hospitality
  • Licenced Hospitality Operations
  • Drugs Awareness in Licensed Hospitality

There are many optional units to meet your individual circumstances and include:

  • Beer and Cellar Quality – Cask and Keg
  • Understanding the Retail Selling process
  • Customer Service Excellence in Licensed Hospitality
  • Sales Promotion and Merchandising

Learners will need to attend college for a minimum 13 days within the year to attend classes and at the end of each course they will undertake a written test to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding in these units.

As a part of this course the learner will receive their personal Licence

Course Entry Requirements

To apply for the Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeship (City and Guilds) Licensed Hospitality there are no mandatory entry requirements for this Apprenticeship framework. However Employers are looking to attract applicants who have a keen interest in Licensed Hospitality and demonstrate a “can do" attitude and have at least basic numeracy and literacy skills on which the Apprenticeship will build.

 You will be invited to attend an Interview with the related Curriculum area to give advice and guidance about the job role and qualification. You will be required to undertake initial assessments in Maths and English.

 To be an apprentice you need to be working a minimum of 30 hours per week in the related occupation of your chosen apprenticeship and be at least 16 years old.  Our Skills & Business team can support you with this and we often have a good selection of employers looking to recruit an apprentice.

Study Options

Course Code: WF00015
Start Date: Anytime

Location of Study: Employers Premises

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If you require any further information about this course please contact us on the following:

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