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An introduction to the trainee progression pathway in the food & beverage industry.

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<ul><li> Trainee Progression Pathway XpRienz Pte Ltd References: http://app.tourismfnb.wsq.gov.sg/web/contents/MainCont.asp?contid=10 2011 XpRienz Pte Ltd 1 </li> <li> Trainee Progression Pathway XpRienz Pte Ltd was incorporated in Singapore in 2004. Our main focus was on F&amp;B Services and Consultancy. We operated our own F&amp;B establishments, and provided consultancy services in the areas of food hygiene and caf design to schools, as well as food safety audits to food establishments. We were one of the NEA accredited Basic Food Hygiene providers prior to Jun 2007. In Aug 2007, we were awarded the WDA ATO status to offer the WSQ Food Hygiene Course. In 2009 onwards, XpRienz is a training and consultancy firm and is a Singapore Workforce Development SPUR Approved Training Organization. We are one of the few WDA appointed Enhanced Hawker Training Providers and have a team of trainers from various industries. All our trainers have achieved certifications (or equivalent) in the Advanced Competency based Training and Assessment program conducted by the Institute of Adult Learning. Apart from being a WSQ Food Hygiene training provider, we also started offering consultancy services to Not-for- Profit Organizations in 2008 onwards, particularly in the areas of Corporate Governance and Board Evaluation. Over the past 2 years offering the WSQ Food Hygiene Course, we have been able to serve close to seventeen thousand (17,000) trainees, from a diverse spectrum of the F&amp;B industry (close to 1000 establishments excluding hawker stalls). Thus, we believe we are able to effectively contextualize the training program to the needs of SEI. 2011 XpRienz Pte Ltd 2 </li> <li> Trainee Progression Pathway Getting Skills for the F&amp;B Industry The Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) for the Food and Beverage Industry is a comprehensive National Skills Qualifications Sys-tem that establishes occupational standards and skills progression pathways for the Food and Bever-age Sector. It is a competency-based and flexible qualifications system which focuses on adult learn-ing and encourages progression within the industry as well as portability across industries. The F&amp;B WSQ is recognised by the industry, and allows recognition of learning achievement through a variety of learning options such as class-room training, on-the-job training and e-learning. The WSQ Food Hygiene Course With the introduction of the F&amp;B WSQ system, WDA and NEA sought to raise the food hygiene stan-dards and standardise the training of its Basic Food Hygiene Course (BFHC). This new 7-hour programme WSQ Food Hygiene Course (WFHC) will replace the NEA Basic Food hygiene Course with effect from 1st June 2007. Upon successful completion of the 7-hour course, followed with a 1.5-hour assessment, a Statement of Attainment will be awarded to participants. This will accord the participants license to operate / work in food preparation. Target Audience All Food-Handlers will have to attend and pass this WSQ Food Hygiene Course. 2011 XpRienz Pte Ltd 3 </li> <li> Trainee Progression Pathway Food &amp; Beverage Introduction Mobilise Your Mind. Maximise Your Potential. Do you like providing drink or food interestingly? This field has much promise because people will always be hungry or thirsty for an experience. The simplest of things can sometimes be the hardest to achieve. Simplicity of taste for example, demands great attention to detail. There is no secret to good cooking. Just hard work and passion for preparation and execution and of course, fresh and quality ingredients. Food &amp; Beverage Sector (* Indicative and not exhaustive) Number of jobs (2004): 65,000 Anticipated number of jobs by 2015: 25,000 Contribution to GDP (04): $1.2B Industry Skills in Demand: productivity and quality management, and outlet management skills (such as equipment maintenance, food and beverage services, food hygiene skills) * Employability Skills In Demand: interpersonal/communication, customer service, problem solving and decision making * 2011 XpRienz Pte Ltd 4 </li> <li> Trainee Progression Pathway Qualification Pathways A route of advancement for each sector within the Tourism and Food &amp; Beverage Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) or Qualification Pathway is shown in the diagram below. Food &amp; Beverage Production and Food &amp; Beverage Service feature four progressions each Certificate (Operations), Higher Certificate (Operations), Advanced Certificate (Supervisory) and Diploma (Managerial) Food &amp; Beverage Production and Food &amp; Beverage &amp; Service (Each) Higher Advanced Certificate Diploma Certificate Certificate (Operations) (Managerial) (Operations) (Supervisory) 2011 XpRienz Pte Ltd 5 </li> <li> Trainee Progression Pathway Certificate in Food Preparation Estimated duration: 140 172 hrs Suggested Entry Requirements: Learners are expected to demonstrate competency at level 4 for ES WPLN Diploma in Culinary Management To achieve a Certificate in Food Preparation, you need to complete 5 Core units and 2 Elective units. ............................................................................ CORE UNITS : Diploma in Culinary Arts Maintain Safe and Secure Working Environment (16 hrs) Diploma in Pastry &amp; Bakery Arts Follow Food and Beverage Safety and Hygiene Policies and Procedures (12 hrs) Maintain Quality Control Procedures (16 hrs) Maintain Food and Beverage Production Environment (24 hrs) Prepare Mise En Place 1 (24 hrs) ............................................................................ ELECTIVE UNITS : Advanced Certificate in Culinary Skills Choose any 2 units from the following: Food and Beverage Preparation Receive and Store Products (40 hrs) Prepare Meat, Poultry, Fish and Seafood (40 hrs) Prepare Vegetables, Fruits, Nuts and Mushrooms (32 hrs) Grill Ready-to-Use Products (40 hrs) Higher Certificate in Culinary Skills Understand Halal Food Requirements (16 hrs) Specialisation in Cuisine Outlet and Equipment Management Maintain Equipment (40 hrs) Sales and Marketing Interact with Guests (16 hrs) * Maintain Displays (16 hrs) Certificate in Food Preparation * Interact With Guests is cross-recognised with Provide GEMS Service Certificate in Food Production Risk Management Demonstrate First Aid/ Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Skills (24 hrs) Service Excellence Deliver Service Excellence (16 hrs) 2011 XpRienz Pte Ltd 6 </li> <li> Trainee Progression Pathway Certificate in Food Production Estimated duration: 120 172 hrs Suggested Entry Requirements: Learners are expected to demonstrate competency at level 4 for ES WPLN Diploma in Culinary Management To achieve a Certificate in Food Production, you need to complete 5 Core units and 2 Elective units. ............................................................................ CORE UNITS : Diploma in Culinary Arts Maintain Safe and Secure Working Environment (16 hrs) Diploma in Pastry &amp; Bakery Arts Follow Food and Beverage Safety and Hygiene Policies and Procedures (12 hrs) Maintain Quality Control Procedures (16 hrs) Maintain Food and Beverage Production Environment (24 hrs) Prepare Mise En Place 1 (24 hrs) ............................................................................ ELECTIVE UNITS : Advanced Certificate in Culinary Skills Choose any 2 units from the following: Food and Beverage Production Prepare Non-Alcoholic Beverages (16 hrs) Prepare Deep Fried Ready-to-use Products (40 hrs) Bread and Deep Fry Chilled Products (32 hrs) Prepare Soft Serve and Ready-to-Use Salad Products (28 hrs) Higher Certificate in Culinary Skills Demonstrate Basic Moist Heat Cooking Methods (40 hrs) Specialisation in Cuisine Demonstrate Basic Dry Heat Cooking Methods (40 hrs) Outlet and Equipment Management Maintain Equipment (40 hrs) Sales and Marketing Interact with Guests (16 hrs) * Certificate in Food Preparation Maintain Displays (16hrs) *Interact With Guests is cross-recognised with Provide GEMS Service Certificate in Food Production Risk Management Demonstrate First Aid/ Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Skills (24 hrs) Service Excellence Deliver Service Excellence (16 hrs) 2011 XpRienz Pte Ltd 7 </li> <li> Trainee Progression Pathway Higher Certificate in Culinary Skills - Specialisation in Cuisine Estimated Duration: 132 280 hrs Suggested Entry Requirements: Diploma in Culinary Management Demonstrated competency in the Certificate Level knowledge and skills, and/or two years work experience at the operations level in Food and Beverage Production and/or level 4 for ES WP Diploma in Culinary Arts To achieve a Higher Certificate in Culinary Skills, you need to complete 3 Core units and 5 Elective units. To specialize in the bakery and pastry or one of the cuisine categories, 5 of the Elective units Diploma in Pastry &amp; Bakery Arts must be from the bakery and pastry category or 5 Elective units from one of the cuisine categories. ............................................................................ CORE UNITS : Choose any 3 units from the following: Cuisine Specialisation Prepare Mise En Place 2 (56 hrs) Advanced Certificate in Culinary Skills Demonstrate Basic Moist Heat Cooking Methods (40 hrs) Demonstrate Basic Dry Heat Cooking Methods (40 hrs) Bakery and Pastry Specialisation Prepare Basic Bread (32 hrs) Prepare Basic Cakes (24 hrs) Prepare Short-Crust Pastry (24 hrs) Higher Certificate in Culinary Skills Specialisation in Cuisine Certificate in Food Preparation Certificate in Food Production 2011 XpRienz Pte Ltd 8 </li> <li> Trainee Progression PathwayHigher Certificate in Culinary Skills - Specialisation in CuisineELECTIVE UNITS :Choose any 5 units from the following: Western CuisinePastry and Bakery Make Vegetable Preparations (12 hrs)Prepare Pre-Mix, Frozen and Bake-Off Products (16 hrs) Prepare Basic Western Stocks and Soups (24 hrs)Prepare Muffins and Scones (16 hrs) Prepare Western Foundation Sauc...</li></ul>