Presentation on theme: " Name types of hospitality establishment Refer to star ratings Explain Rosettes How many rosettes to a Michelin star Job that refer to hospitality."— Presentation transcript:
Name types of hospitality establishment Refer to star ratings Explain Rosettes How many rosettes to a Michelin star Job that refer to hospitality establishment Name a chef with Michelin stars Well done to James Finch and John Spence-knight !!!!! For handing in a piece of work
The learner by the end of the lesson will be able to: Summarise the terms Hospitality and Catering List job roles in the hospitality Industry Define the term commercial and service sector Research your ideal future job accordingly to your personality test
Almost everywhere you go in the UK a business can be found that is connected with the hospitality industry. Over 10% of the country’s consumer spending is in the hospitality industry. That’s in excess of 50 billion pounds! 1.64 million people employed in industry in UK. (6% of workforce) Probably the world’s largest employer in the world, employing one in ten people worldwide
25,000 loaves of bread 232 tonnes of potatoes More than 82 tonnes of seafood 31 tonnes of poultry items More than 100 tonnes of meat 75,000 litres of milk 19 tonnes of eggs 21 tonnes of cheese More than 330 tonnes of fruit and vegetables ..
31 competition venues 955 competition sessions 160,000 workforce 23,900 athletes and team officials 20,600 broadcasters and press 4,800 Olympic and Paralympics Family 9 million ticket sales 14 million meals
Hospitality – ◦ The friendly receptions and treatment of guest/strangers. ◦ The quality or disposition of receiving and treating guest and strangers in a warm, friendly and generous way. ◦ Covers a range of services can include accommodation Catering – Providing with food and drink
Split into two main categories : Commercial Sector - money (profit) making main purpose for the business Public Service Sector (non commercial non profit ) specially for providing hospitality and catering. Three main operations: 1. Catering – Food and Drink 2. Accommodation – beds 3. Leisure – activities
Prisons Stone Pillow Private SchoolsCamp sites UniversityTheatres Holiday campsHealth Farms HotelsMarwell Zoo Private ClubsSporting areas Art galleriesSt. Richards Hospitals St. Wilfreds Hospice Cruise Liners Chichester College Aramark Some criteria's can sit under several categories Can you name any more
Accommodation: Prisons Stone Pillow Private SchoolsCamp sites University Holiday campsHealth Farms HotelsMarwell Zoo St. Richards Hospitals St. Wilfreds Hospice Cruise Liners Catering: Theatres Private Clubs Art galleries Sporting arenas Chichester College Aramark Others – restaurant – pubs – service stations - industrial canteens
Personality Profile list your job preference Membership Clubs Coffee shops Visitor Attractions Travel Hotels Tourism Holiday Centres Youth Hostels Fast Food Gaming Events Food Service Management Pubs, Bars & Nightclubs Restaurants
Local – Cafes, Bistros, Restaurants, Hotels. National – Chains (McDonalds), Hotels. International – Cruise ships, Airlines, Hotels.
Full Time There are plenty of full time opportunities and also companies that would be prepared to train you whilst working for them. Part Time The great thing about the Hospitality Industry is that there are plenty of part time opportunities available to fit around your other commitments.
When you get a job – what 4 things should you get from the employer – before you start work Contract – hours of work – holiday pay Wage – as per your age – minimum wage Job description Health & safety guideline Tour of the establishmen t
Time keeping Comply with Health and safety Be helpful to all customers ( internal and external ) Be honest and reliable Any others you can mention
The Academy of Culinary ArtsSpring board UK The British Culinary FederationCraft Guild of Chefs Academy of Culinary ArtsNational Skills Academy for Hospitality Master Chefs of Great Britain The Academy of Culinary ArtsSpring board UK The British Culinary FederationCraft Guild of Chefs Academy of Culinary ArtsNational Skills Academy for Hospitality Master Chefs of Great Britain
Name the association: E.G. – People 1 st ◦ Work with employers and the government to raise employer ambition and investment in skills, qualifications and training programmes the industry needs and respects. ◦ We also help attract and match talented people and good employers through our UKSP site.UKSP Back ground information –Training Provider and on line job centre ◦ They support the skills and training within the Hospitality, Travel and Tourism and Transportation. Other useful information: They represent 24 industries – eg Aviation - Bus - Coach - Community transport - Contract food service providers Gambling - Holiday parks - Taxi and private hire - Visitor attractions Employ 2.9 million people in more then 419,000 establishments They also support other associations - (Academy of Culinary Arts) in reaching their target with their skilled staff.
Everyone likes food and holidays so you’ll never be short of a job!!