Within this sector SQA has produced SVQs in the following areas, for further information on each qualification please follow the appropriate link:
We are please to confirm that the new SVQ 4 Hospitality Management Skills SCQF level 8 has now been accredited. The start date of the qualification is 01 March 2013 and the lapse date is 31 January 2018.
The National Occupational Standards (NOS), structure and evidence requirements are available in the Information about the qualification(s) section of the qualification page see link above.
The SVQ 4 Hospitality Management Skills contributes to the Technical Apprenticeship in Hospitality Management Skills at SCQF level 8. The following link will take you to the Apprenticeship framework documents on People 1st's website:
We can confirm the revised framework of SVQs in Hospitality and Professional Cookery have been successfully re-accredited from 1 August 2010 to 31 January 2015, with the exception of Hospitality Supervision and Leadership which is accredited from 1 October 2009 to 31 August 2014.
These replace the SVQs which lapsed on 31 July 2010. Centres will have until 31 July 2012 to submit results for candidates already entered for the lapsing level 1 and 2 SVQs and until 31 July 2014 for level 3.
Please click on this link for a list of both the new SVQ titles and codes and the lapsing SVQs: SVQ Titles and Codes from 1 August 2010 (46 KB)
We can confirm the revised Hospitality Supervision and Leadership (G9HH 23) has been successfully re-accredited from 1 October 2009 to 31 August 2014. This replaces Hospitality Supervision (G6XN 23) which lapsed on 30 September 2009.
Qualification structure and unit codes, etc can be accessed from this link: HSL Qualification Structure (73 KB)
We can confirm that the revised People 1st assessment strategy has now been approved and will come into effect for all Hospitality SVQs from 1 October 2009. Please see attached for reference.
The most significant amendment to the strategy is the removal of the independent assessment component. The question bank originally developed for this will continue to be made available. Centres are free to use this as a delivery resource to cover underpinning knowledge requirements on the SVQ but it will no longer be required for formal summative assessment purposes.
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