Certificate in food and beverage KNEC past papers

Module 1

Communication skills
Food and beverage control theory
Food and beverage production theory
Food and beverage service and sales theory

Module 2

Catering premise

Opportunities within the food and hospitality industry for certificate in food and beverage course are many. They can pursue roles such as food service assistants, working in restaurants, cafeterias, or hotels, where they assist in food preparation, service, and cleanliness. Additionally, graduates may find employment in catering companies, event management firms, or institutional kitchens, where they can assist in meal planning, production, and presentation for various events and occasions.

Opportunities also exist in food retail, where certificate holders can work as sales associates in grocery stores, supermarkets, or specialty food shops, providing customer service and ensuring food safety standards are met. With further training and experience, certificate holders can advance to positions such as kitchen supervisors, food safety inspectors, or culinary assistants, playing integral roles in ensuring the quality and safety of food products and services.

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