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Examination Body: KNEC
Entry Requirements: Pass relevant Craft Course OR Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) Grade C- (minus) & above
Duration: 9 terms

The course is intended to equip the trainees with knowledge, skills & attitudes to enable learners perform supervisory & managerial duties in a catering establishment
Module I focus onplanning, production and serving food to the required professional standards
Course Units

  • Food & Beverage Production - Practice
  • Food & Beverage Sales and Service – Practice
  • Food & Beverage Production, Sale and Service and Catering Premises
  • Mathematics Theory
  • Communication Skills & Information & Communication Technology Theory
  • Entrepreneurship Management Project

Module II focus on performing efficiently as a production supervisor in a catering establishment
Entry Requirements for Module II: Pass Craft Certificate in Food and Beverage OR pass Module I of Diploma in Food & Beverage

Course Units Module Duration: 3 Terms

  • Food Production Management – Practice
  • Food Commodities & Food production management – Theory
  • Nutrition, diet therapy and home nursing – Theory
  • Food & Beverage Control – Theory
  • Hospitality, Accounting, and Law relating to catering – Theory

Module III focus on maintaining high standards of food & service in the hospitality industry
Entry Requirements for Module III: Pass Module II of Diploma in Food & Beverage ORNot referred in more than 2 units in Diploma in Food and Beverage

Course Units
Food & Beverage sales and service management – Practice

  • Food & Beverage preparation, sales and service – Theory
  • Sales & Marketing – Theory
  • Human Relations – Theory
  • Management Techniques – Theory
  • Research Project

Requirements to attain the award:
Course Work & attendance: 75% of course time
Continuous AssessmentTests (CATS) – 30%
External Examination by the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC)
Industrial Attachment: Minimum of supervised 330 hours for each module. Attached to a relevant organization to familiarize with aspects of the trade
Project Work Independent work with a well-defined objective
Award: Diploma in Food & Beverage Production, Sales & Service Management