PAKISTAN NATIONAL VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATION SUMMARY SHEET

 

 1. Title of Qualification
Version #
Date
  1013HRC13 - National Vocational Certificate Level 2 Hospitality Worker
1
2019-12-13

 

 2. NVQF Level
   Level
2

 

 3. Total Credits
 
69.0

 

 4. Purpose of the Qualification
 
The purpose of the Hospitality Expert courses is to engage young people with a programme of development that will provide them with the knowledge, skills and understanding to start these careers in Pakistan. The courses have been developed to address specific issues, such as the national, regional and local cultures, the work force availability within the country, and meeting and exceeding the needs and expectations of their guests.

 

 5. Details of Qualification    
 Code  Competency Standards  Level  Credit
061100856Perform Basic Computer Application (Specific)24
001100851Perform Basic Communication (Specific)23
041700839Communicate the Workplace Policy and Procedure22
102200844Comply with Personal Health and Safety Guidelines23
101200830Dispose the Waste Materials23
101200778F: Provide front office services212
101200777E: Provide food and beverage services212
101200776D: Provide housekeeping services212
101200775C: Deliver effective guest service26
101200773A: Maintain professional standards and environment throughout shift212

 

 6. Credit Range
Compulsory
Elective
   
69.0
0

 

 7. Equivalencies, cross credits, pre requisites
 
ALL ENTRANTS SHOULD HOLD A CURRENT MEDICAL CERTIFICATE LEVEL 2 • Middle OR • Trained and qualified at operational level in a hospitality setting for at least 3 months, with experience in a commercial hospitality environment • Trainees must also be competent at Level 2 in English and numeracy.

 

 8. Requirements for accumulation of credits
 
NA

 

 9. Requirement for the award of the Qualification
 
NA

 

 10. Transition arrangements for current courses, awards etc
 
NA

 

 11. Standard Setting Body
 
NAVTTC

 

 12. Remarks
 
Prepare and train students through skill training and enable them to earn their living either through employment in industry or to be self-employed

 

 13. ISCED Classfication
 
Hotel, restaurants and catering | 1013

 

 

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