Students studying Hospitality are encouraged to think critically and creatively to make social and ethically responsible decision to enhance the wellbeing of their self, family and wider community.
Hospitality empowers students to enhance their skills and knowledge from previous focus within in domestic applications of food technology and apply this to real life commercial situations. Students will learn basic principles for working in the hospitality industry along with Food and Nutrition Properties and their functions when preparing food items.
Students have the opportunity to prepare functions for the International Program and Staff at BSSC as part of curriculum rich assessment tasks.
Study of this course will include
- Blueprint Career Development Course over 2.5 Years
Completion of this course will continue into year 11 and 12
Out of class requirements
Theoretical modules and vocational placement hours (approx. 25).
What’s important for this subject
Interest in cooking and culinary skills.
Please note that there is no obligation for students to continue this course in Year 11 and 12. Also a student who has not started this course in Year 10, may elect to start in Year 11.