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  • Hospitality Guild - Hospitality Training Videos
    Map Personality Test CV master class Working in the industry Employers Vacancies Professional bodies Recognising best practice Accreditation Centres of Excellence Quality Mark Training solutions Training Providers Apprenticeships Resources Industry research Small business resources Provider resources Looking for a new role Employer guide Hospitality job search Talent Search Looking to progress Apprenticeships Development initiatives Joining a professional body Looking to recruit Showcase your organisation Advertise vacancies Search talent Campaigns Asian and Oriental Centres of Excellence Pub Bar Careers Food and Beverage Service Individual Register Employer Register Training Provider Register Training and Development Resources Provider resources Training video library Industry research Small business resources Provider resources Provider 1st updates Career map download How our partners can help ThinkTourism NI Training video library Hospitality training video library Learn how to serve wine like a sommelier and cook dishes like a top chef all from the comfort of your own home Our video training library features hospitality training and tips to enhance your career and get ahead Ever wonder what s the proper way to fillet a fish or decant a bottle of red wine All this and more is revealed in our training video library Food preparation and recipes Be inspired with a selection of videos that show you how to prepare delicious dishes See how head chefs from Michelin starred and award winning restaurants create their mouth watering menus Watch food prep techniques Food service Want to learn impeccable food and wine service Our selection of videos show you how to wow guests and make your mark as a top waiter waitress or sommelier Learn how to serve food Hear from the best Want to know how the best in hospitality got to where they are Watch our selection of interviews with restaurant owners top sommeliers and executive chefs Hear from

    Original URL path: http://www.hospitalityguild.co.uk/Training-Development/Resources/Provider-resources/Training-video-library (2016-02-14)
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  • Hospitality Guild - Website Terms and Conditions
    code form or in unlocked coding 4 3 The integrity of the Material may be protected by technical protection measures TPM so that the intellectual property rights including copyright in the Material are not misappropriated You must not attempt in any way to remove or circumvent any such TPM nor apply or manufacture for sale or hire import distribute sell or let for hire offer or expose for sale or hire advertise for sale or hire or have in your possession for private or commercial purposes any means the intended purpose or effect of which is to facilitate the unauthorised removal or circumvention of such TPM 5 Limitation of liability if you are a Consumer 5 1 You acknowledge that the Material has not been developed to meet your individual requirements and that it is therefore your responsibility to ensure that the content and functions of the Material meet your requirements 5 2 We only supply the Material for domestic and private use You agree not to use the Material for any commercial business or re sale purposes and we have no liability to you for any loss of profit loss of business business interruption or loss of business opportunity 5 3 We are only responsible for loss or damage you suffer that is a foreseeable result of our breach of this Licence or our negligence We are not responsible for any loss or damage that is not foreseeable Loss or damage is foreseeable if it was an obvious consequence of our breach or if it was contemplated by you and us at the time we granted you the Licence 5 4 Nothing in this Licence shall limit or exclude our liability for a death or personal injury resulting from our negligence b fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation or c any other liability that cannot be excluded or limited by English law 6 Limitation of liability if you are a Business 6 1 You acknowledge that the Material has not been developed to meet your individual requirements and that it is therefore your responsibility to ensure that the content and functions of the Material meet your requirements 6 2 We only supply the Material for internal use by your business and you agree not to use the Material for any re sale purposes 6 3 We shall not under any circumstances whatever be liable to you whether in contract tort including negligence breach of statutory duty or otherwise arising under or in connection with the Licence for a loss of profits sales business or revenue b business interruption c loss of anticipated savings d loss or corruption of data or information e loss of business opportunity goodwill or reputation or f any indirect or consequential loss or damage 6 4 Nothing in this Licence shall limit or exclude our liability for a death or personal injury resulting from our negligence b fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation c any other liability that cannot be excluded or limited by English law 6 5 This

    Original URL path: http://www.hospitalityguild.co.uk/terms (2016-02-14)
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  • Hospitality Guild - Partner Details
    Resources Industry research Small business resources Provider resources Looking for a new role Employer guide Hospitality job search Talent Search Looking to progress Apprenticeships Development initiatives Joining a professional body Looking to recruit Showcase your organisation Advertise vacancies Search talent Campaigns Asian and Oriental Centres of Excellence Pub Bar Careers Food and Beverage Service Individual Register Employer Register Training Provider Register Academy of Food and Wine Service AICR UK The International Association for Front Office Managers of Luxury Hotels Association of Catering Excellence British Institute of Innkeeping Craft Guild of Chefs Foodservice Consultants Society International FCSI HOSPA Institute of Hospitality IOH Local Authority Caterers Association LACA People 1st Professional Association for Catering Education PACE Restaurant Association Royal Academy of Culinary Arts Springboard UK The Master Chefs of Great Britain The University Caterers Organisation TUCO UK Housekeepers Association UKHA Wine and Spirit Education Trust WSET Worshipful Company of Innholders Craft Guild of Chefs Established in 1965 as a Guild of the Cookery and Food Association the Craft Guild of Chefs has developed into the leading Chefs Association in the UK and has many members worldwide Our members come from all aspects of the foodservice and hospitality sectors working in a wide variety of positions from students and trainees to top management No other association boasts such a broad and experienced membership As an association representing the interest of chefs our aims are clear To increase standards of professional cooking through greater awareness education and training To develop careers and prospects of our members To help members develop and maintain their knowledge skills and ability To promote and participate in all levels of craft skills competitions in the UK and internationally To work with industry education and the media to win greater recognition for chefs and their profession To endorse and promote

    Original URL path: http://www.hospitalityguild.co.uk/About-the-Guild/Partners/Craft-Guild-Chefs (2016-02-14)
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  • Hospitality Guild - Hospitality Industry Initiatives
    Master classes Learning Programmes Tutorials Master Innholders Scholarship Master of Culinary Arts Mentoring from BII National Chef of the Year Pan Asian Team Competition Passion 4 Hospitality Pre Entry Awareness Training PEAT RACA Annual Awards of Excellence Resource Gateway Savoy Mentoring Scheme Shaker BarSchool Training and Advanced Training Diplomas TUCO Annual Members Conference TUCO Learning and Development Programmes UKHA housekeeping olympics 2014 UKHA Membership Wessex Salon Culinaire Women 1st Young Chef of the Year Young Pastry Chef of the Year RACA Annual Awards of Excellence Overview The AAE is the most prestigious award available to young people in the hospitality industry today recognising and encouraging the most talented up and coming Chefs Pastry Chefs and Waiters It is the only award to cover all three categories of Kitchen Pastry and Service Since it began in 1983 over 480 young people have achieved the award setting them off on highly successful career paths Description The purpose of the Awards is to inspire and encourage young people to achieve the highest possible standards in their chosen profession Kitchen Pastry or Service and to offer them clear guidelines for success in their career To participate in the awards is a great learning experience Good basic skills are the essential cement with which young ambitious members of the catering industry can build a rewarding career while more taxing tasks help to identify the best cooks and waiters of today who will become the leaders of tomorrow As well as a competition the AAE is an examination all or none of the candidates can achieve the award depending on their ability to attain the standard of excellence set by the judges All those who successfully reach this standard will win the AAE In addition the winning candidate who scores the most marks in each section

    Original URL path: http://www.hospitalityguild.co.uk/Whats-Happening/Initiatives/Annual-Awards-of-Excellence (2016-02-14)
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  • Hospitality Guild - Hospitality Industry Initiatives
    Beverage Service Individual Register Employer Register Training Provider Register What s Happening Academy Centre of Excellence Adopt a School AFWS Online Assessments AICR Membership AICR Receptionist of the Year Ambassador programme BII Accreditation Scheme BII Code of Professional Conduct BII Licensee of the Year Award BII membership BII Schools project CareerScope Centres of Excellence Family Food FCSI CPG Programme Food Education At Schools Today FEAST FutureChef Get into cooking HOSPA Career Investment Development Scholarships HOSPA CPD Scheme HOSPA Education and Training Programmes HOSPACE Hospitality Assured INSPIRE Into Work IOH Accreditation for Academic programmes IOH CPD Scheme IOH Endorsement for Programmes of Learning KickStart Licence to Practice for licensed hospitality Licence to Work Licence to Work in Hospitality Service Lobbying on school curriculum to DofE Master classes Learning Programmes Tutorials Master Innholders Scholarship Master of Culinary Arts Mentoring from BII National Chef of the Year Pan Asian Team Competition Passion 4 Hospitality Pre Entry Awareness Training PEAT RACA Annual Awards of Excellence Resource Gateway Savoy Mentoring Scheme Shaker BarSchool Training and Advanced Training Diplomas TUCO Annual Members Conference TUCO Learning and Development Programmes UKHA housekeeping olympics 2014 UKHA Membership Wessex Salon Culinaire Women 1st Young Chef of the Year Young Pastry Chef of the Year Adopt a School Overview Chefs Adopt a School was founded in 1990 by the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts Britain s leading professional association of head chefs head pastry chefs restaurant managers and suppliers CAAS is a national charity which teaches children in a holistic way about food food provenance food growing healthy eating nutrition hygiene and cookery Professional chefs deliver sessions in the classroom which range in content from the four tastes and five senses to advanced practical cookery Description The charity reaches over 21 000 children every year working with primary secondary Special Educational

    Original URL path: http://www.hospitalityguild.co.uk/Whats-Happening/Initiatives/Adopt-a-School (2016-02-14)
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  • Hospitality Guild - Hospitality Industry Initiatives
    Happening Academy Centre of Excellence Adopt a School AFWS Online Assessments AICR Membership AICR Receptionist of the Year Ambassador programme BII Accreditation Scheme BII Code of Professional Conduct BII Licensee of the Year Award BII membership BII Schools project CareerScope Centres of Excellence Family Food FCSI CPG Programme Food Education At Schools Today FEAST FutureChef Get into cooking HOSPA Career Investment Development Scholarships HOSPA CPD Scheme HOSPA Education and Training Programmes HOSPACE Hospitality Assured INSPIRE Into Work IOH Accreditation for Academic programmes IOH CPD Scheme IOH Endorsement for Programmes of Learning KickStart Licence to Practice for licensed hospitality Licence to Work Licence to Work in Hospitality Service Lobbying on school curriculum to DofE Master classes Learning Programmes Tutorials Master Innholders Scholarship Master of Culinary Arts Mentoring from BII National Chef of the Year Pan Asian Team Competition Passion 4 Hospitality Pre Entry Awareness Training PEAT RACA Annual Awards of Excellence Resource Gateway Savoy Mentoring Scheme Shaker BarSchool Training and Advanced Training Diplomas TUCO Annual Members Conference TUCO Learning and Development Programmes UKHA housekeeping olympics 2014 UKHA Membership Wessex Salon Culinaire Women 1st Young Chef of the Year Young Pastry Chef of the Year Food Education At Schools Today FEAST Overview In 2007 the FEAST campaign Food Education At Schools Today was created by the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts to take on the challenge of championing food education and practical cookery in primary schools As a result of the work carried out for FEAST which included research and reports and meetings with the Task Force gathering support from a variety of interested parties it was decided that to make the campaign work effectively we need to expand Chefs Adopt a School itself in order to demonstrate firsthand the importance and benefits of food education Description If CAAS could increase its

    Original URL path: http://www.hospitalityguild.co.uk/Whats-Happening/Initiatives/FEAST (2016-02-14)
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  • Hospitality Guild - Hospitality Industry Initiatives
    At Schools Today FEAST FutureChef Get into cooking HOSPA Career Investment Development Scholarships HOSPA CPD Scheme HOSPA Education and Training Programmes HOSPACE Hospitality Assured INSPIRE Into Work IOH Accreditation for Academic programmes IOH CPD Scheme IOH Endorsement for Programmes of Learning KickStart Licence to Practice for licensed hospitality Licence to Work Licence to Work in Hospitality Service Lobbying on school curriculum to DofE Master classes Learning Programmes Tutorials Master Innholders Scholarship Master of Culinary Arts Mentoring from BII National Chef of the Year Pan Asian Team Competition Passion 4 Hospitality Pre Entry Awareness Training PEAT RACA Annual Awards of Excellence Resource Gateway Savoy Mentoring Scheme Shaker BarSchool Training and Advanced Training Diplomas TUCO Annual Members Conference TUCO Learning and Development Programmes UKHA housekeeping olympics 2014 UKHA Membership Wessex Salon Culinaire Women 1st Young Chef of the Year Young Pastry Chef of the Year Master of Culinary Arts Overview Inaugurated in 1987 The Master of Culinary Arts MCA is held every four years and is seen to be the ultimate accolade awarded in recognition of outstanding craftsmanship for Chefs Pastry Chefs and Restaurant Managers in the UK Inspired by Michel Bourdin then Chef de Cuisine at The Connaught and supported by Albert and Michel Roux OBEs the MCA was based on the Meilleur Ouvrier de France MOF and was originally known as the Meilleur Ouvrier de Grande Bretagne Description The MCA was and still is intended to instill the same respect and appreciation of craft that exists in France It represents the very best in Culinary Skills Pastry and Restaurant Management and Service and is a priority in the Academy s continuing efforts to improve the standards of food cooking and service in the UK whilst raising the professional status of Chefs Pastry Chefs and Restaurant Managers Who can enter To enter the Master of Culinary Arts MCA candidates should be currently employed full time within the United Kingdom as a chef pastry chef or in restaurant service and management Applicants must also have At least 10 years full time experience in their specific trade not necessarily consecutively A range of industrial experience at various levels within their specific trade including at least three years at a senior level Undertaken a range of activities as part of their own continuing professional development A broad knowledge of traditional and modern gastronomy The ability to demonstrate a range of their specific trade skills at an advanced level Contributed to the training and development of others Format and how to enter Candidates must qualify through demanding entry requirements regional Quarter and Semi Finals and Finals held at Le Gavroche for Restaurant Management University College Birmingham for Chefs and Westminster Kingsway College for Pastry Chefs This is followed by one of the industry s most prestigious award ceremonies at Claridge s The judging panels are formed from members of the Academy MCAs and significant professionals from within the industry The MCA is an award rather than a competition all or none of the entrants can

    Original URL path: http://www.hospitalityguild.co.uk/Whats-Happening/Initiatives/Master-of-Culinary-Arts (2016-02-14)
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  • Hospitality Guild - Hospitality Industry Initiatives
    industry Employers Vacancies Professional bodies Recognising best practice Accreditation Centres of Excellence Quality Mark Training solutions Training Providers Apprenticeships Resources Industry research Small business resources Provider resources Looking for a new role Employer guide Hospitality job search Talent Search Looking to progress Apprenticeships Development initiatives Joining a professional body Looking to recruit Showcase your organisation Advertise vacancies Search talent Campaigns Asian and Oriental Centres of Excellence Pub Bar Careers Food and Beverage Service Individual Register Employer Register Training Provider Register What s Happening Academy Centre of Excellence Adopt a School AFWS Online Assessments AICR Membership AICR Receptionist of the Year Ambassador programme BII Accreditation Scheme BII Code of Professional Conduct BII Licensee of the Year Award BII membership BII Schools project CareerScope Centres of Excellence Family Food FCSI CPG Programme Food Education At Schools Today FEAST FutureChef Get into cooking HOSPA Career Investment Development Scholarships HOSPA CPD Scheme HOSPA Education and Training Programmes HOSPACE Hospitality Assured INSPIRE Into Work IOH Accreditation for Academic programmes IOH CPD Scheme IOH Endorsement for Programmes of Learning KickStart Licence to Practice for licensed hospitality Licence to Work Licence to Work in Hospitality Service Lobbying on school curriculum to DofE Master classes Learning Programmes Tutorials Master Innholders Scholarship Master of Culinary Arts Mentoring from BII National Chef of the Year Pan Asian Team Competition Passion 4 Hospitality Pre Entry Awareness Training PEAT RACA Annual Awards of Excellence Resource Gateway Savoy Mentoring Scheme Shaker BarSchool Training and Advanced Training Diplomas TUCO Annual Members Conference TUCO Learning and Development Programmes UKHA housekeeping olympics 2014 UKHA Membership Wessex Salon Culinaire Women 1st Young Chef of the Year Young Pastry Chef of the Year FCSI CPG Programme Overview Foodservice Consultants Society International is an international organization that compliments and supports its members in and out of specific divisions Members

    Original URL path: http://www.hospitalityguild.co.uk/Whats-Happening/Initiatives/FCSI-CPG-Programme (2016-02-14)
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