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Careers Seminar Introduction to the Sector. 1 st February 2006 South Yorkshire Hospitality and Catering CoVE Nicola Sharpe. Careers Seminar. Quick overview of CoVE Statistics of Hospitality and Catering Qualifications in Hospitality and Catering Careers and earning potential.

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    1. Careers Seminar Introduction to the Sector 1st February 2006 South Yorkshire Hospitality and Catering CoVE Nicola Sharpe

    2. Careers Seminar • Quick overview of CoVE • Statistics of Hospitality and Catering • Qualifications in Hospitality and Catering • Careers and earning potential

    3. Partnership of 4 FE Colleges Dearne Valley College Doncaster College Rotherham College Sheffield College Partnership enables the CoVE to offer a wide range of high quality services to schools, students, employers, and links to HE Centre of Vocational Excellence(CoVE)

    4. Centre of Vocational Excellence(CoVE) • Est - 350 CoVE’s in England • 40+ Hospitality, Catering, Travel, Tourism or Leisure • 11 different CoVE’s in South Yorkshire

    5. CoVE – statistical dataIndustrial Employment – UK – 2004 - 2005 • Gambling • Pubs / bars / nightclubs

    6. CoVE – statistical dataFuture Employment - England • Figures produced by Employment Research and Cambridge Econometrics forecast that in total between 2002 to 2012 the sector will generate 15,000 new jobs • This doesn’t take into account the Olympics!! • To maintain current workforce an additional 846,000 employees are required

    7. CoVE – statistical dataCore Occupations - Yorkshire and HumberWho goes where? • Waiting staff • Chefs and cooks • Bar staff • Restaurant / Catering Managers • Kitchen /Catering assistants

    8. Guess what the highest 3 age ranges are for employment in the sector in Y&H for H,L, T&T? 16-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50+ CoVE – statistical dataAge Profile

    9. CoVE – statistical data% WITH NO Qualifications in UK

    10. Qualification Achieved Yorkshire and Humber

    11. Hotel Managers – Conference and exhibition manager Chefs and Cooks Bar Staff Publican / Manager Majority – 30% Majority – 46% Only 7% (22%L3 32% L2) 12% (L3 –30%) 19% (24% L3 24% L2) Qualification Achieved By Occupation – England Level 4

    12. Qualifications in Hospitality and Catering • Low take up of all L4 qualifications • L3 increased in difficulty – less need for L4 • Foundation Degrees are ‘alternative progression route’ • Higher Education

    13. Progression Data 2003/04 • Higher Education • HE traditionally very academic • H&C is practical industry • Foundation Degree to provide link (Doncaster) • Access to HE Programme

    14. NVQ’s – wide range Apprenticeships Short courses Full and Part Time routes Range from Entry Level through to Degree Level at University Qualifications in Hospitality and Catering(level 3)

    15. Career in Hospitality and Catering - Restaurants

    16. Career in Hospitality and Catering – pubs/bars

    17. Hospitality & Catering – retention difficulties • Long / unsocial hours • Commitment • Career • Wages

    18. Questions