Mixology, Advanced Wine, Supervision and Events Level 3University College Birmingham
Mixology, Advanced Wine, Supervision and Events Level 3
Do you have a background of studying or working in food and beverage service? Looking to take your knowledge to the next level? Our Mixology, Advanced Wine, Supervision and Events college course is the perfect next step to enhance your training and give you a qualification that will open doors in the vibrant world of hospitality.
Designed for anyone with a Level 2 in Food and Beverage Service or a couple of years’ experience in a restaurant or bar, this Level 3 supervision course will give you deeper knowledge of the restaurant, private dining and bar trade. Focusing on mixology and bar skills, wine knowledge and supervising events, the course will prepare you to lead a hospitality team effectively and deliver an excellent customer dining experience.
- To apply for Level 3, you will need a relevant Level 2 qualification, and ideally English and/or maths at grade 4 (grade C) or above.
- Alternatively, you will need at least 2 years’ relevant work experience.
- You should be committed, enthusiastic and have a desire to succeed in the hospitality industry.
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Topics you will study:
- Restaurant Skills
- Introduction to Bar and Mixology
- Wine Knowledge and Skills
- Customer Care and Sales
- Culinary Skills
- Supervising Food and Beverage
- Restaurant Management
- Sommelier Service
- Wine and Food Pairing
- Promotion of Product
Teaching and assessment
You will be assessed throughout your course as you work towards completing your Level 3, including observation, practical duties and assignments. The emphasis is on practical assessments.
Scholarships & funding
Several scholarship options are available. Please check the university website for more information.
- Course Duration : 1 year full-time
- Course Start : September (2021)
To put your skills into practice, you will lead students on our Level 2 course in service delivery within our award-winning Restaurant at Birmingham College of Food and cocktail bar, as well as having work placement opportunities within the industry. With the hospitality and events sector ready to bounce back from a challenging period, not to mention the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham in 2022, now is a fantastic time to train at one of the UK’s premier hospitality training colleges and put yourself in prime position for new job opportunities when you graduate.
This gives you a great introduction to the industry and experience first-hand. Most colleges just do the theory, so it’s really good to have the practical side, especially for a practical learner like myself.
The example roles and salaries below are intended as a guide only.
- Public house manager / gastro pub manager - £27,500 - £38,000
- Restaurant manager (casual dining – Michelin) - £25,000 - £42,000
- Catering supervisor (cafeteria, events, Nando’s) - £17,761 - £19,500
- Hotel manager (small hotel or deputy of larger hotel) - £27,500 - £31,000
- Wine merchant - Average Salary: £25,500
- Butler (private households, royalty) - £17,000 – £100,000
About this institute
University College of Birmingham
Based in the heart of the UK’s second-biggest city, University College Birmingham is a specialist university which is highly respected by employers and industry for providing career-focused education and training. Most of our undergraduate and postgraduate degrees are accredited by the University of Birmingham,...
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