In light of the rapidly growing presence of catering, food, and beverage businesses in Singapore and other countries, this course exposes learners (students) to industry-based knowledge and practical skills through results-driven training in restaurant prototyping.
The course aims to provide learners (students) with sought-after industry-based knowledge and practical skills through results-driven training. This is accomplished by offering restaurant training rooms and equipment, creating a conducive learning environment. The course aims to prepare learners (students) with the fundamental operating skills and practical knowledge necessary for success in the food and beverage sector.
1. Food and Beverage Knowledge (Core Module)
Food and beverage knowledge encompasses a broad range of topics related to the preparation, production, service, and consumption of food and beverages in the hospitality industry.
This module introduces learners (students) to culinary and beverage terminologies and provides fundamental knowledge of food and beverage in general. It is designed to prepare learners (students) who are interested in pursuing a career in the food and beverage hospitality industry, specifically in the food and beverage sector.
2. Food and Beverage Operations (Core Module)
The food and beverage operations module covers a range of topics related to the operation of restaurants, cafes, bars, and other food service businesses.
This module provides learners (students) with fundamental knowledge and critical job-related skills needed for the operational facets of the food and beverage sector.
Topics covered include menu planning and development, as well as different types of marketing and sales techniques.
3. Customer Service (Core Module)
Customer service in the hotel industry refers to the provision of high-quality services to customers and guests to ensure their satisfaction and loyalty. It encompasses all interactions between hotel staff and guests, from booking a reservation to checking out of the hotel.
By providing high-quality customer service, hotels can create a positive and memorable experience for guests, which is essential for building guest loyalty and increasing revenue through repeat business and positive reviews.
4. Hospitality Communication (Core Module)
Hospitality communications refer to the exchange of information between staff members and guests within the hospitality industry.
Effective communication is essential to ensure customers and guests receive high-quality service and have a positive experience.
5. Industrial Attachment (6 months Internship) (Subject to placement availability) (Elective Module)
Industry experience is often an advantage or even crucial when applying for a full-time job. Employers frequently prefer candidates with previous experience in roles that may be similar to the one they are offering. An internship can provide valuable professional growth opportunities and help learners (students) determine whether their chosen career path is suitable while still in school.
An internship, which is a short-term work experience provided by businesses and other organizations, aims to expose individuals, typically learners (students), to a specific industry or profession. Both work and learning are equally important during this period. Ideally, interns should use their time to work on projects relevant to their field, gain knowledge about the industry, establish professional networks, and develop soft skills. In some cases, internships even lead to offers of full-time employment.
In this six-month internship, learners (students) are given the opportunity to acquire skills that can be applied in future careers. Internships can be paid or unpaid.
6. Final Written Project (Alternative to the internship) (Elective Module)
The final written project is similar to a capstone project, which is a physical stone set above a building or wall to signify the successful completion of construction, emphasizing its significance.
It is a notable and well-known final project that comes after successfully completing all the academic requirements of a course. Thus, it is widely regarded as the most significant assessment throughout the course of study.
The final project incorporates prior learning and experience to aid in information gathering and analysis. It synthesizes data into a fresh interpretation that could be useful for the discipline or make a contribution to the profession.
• Company-funded employees who are required to upskill to support the work functions at the workplace.
• Individual who is seeking a course to upskills for a career progression or employability.
• School graduates looking to progress into a higher learning education.
• 17 years old
• Attainment of IELTS 4.5 or equivalent, or
• A pass in ASCENSUS INSTITUTE’s English Literacy Test with a minimum grade of 50%.
• Completed NITEC, or
• At least 1 pass with a minimum C6 for GCE ‘N’ Level, or
• Completion of High School (9th year) qualification or equivalent for International Students
Applicants with the minimum age of 30, who do not possess the above qualifications but have a minimum of 8 years working experience, may be considered for entry into this course.
Evidence of previous employment will need to be provided, together with a reference from the current or recent employer (on letter-headed paper).
Obtained a passing mark with “C-” grade in all core modules and successfully completed one of the elective modules. i.e., 4 core modules and 1 elective module.
Full-time: 4 months
Part-time: 6 months
• Duration: 6 months
• Alternative to the Industrial Attachment: A final written project to be submitted within 2 months upon receiving of the project outline.
Upon successful completion of the course, learners (students) can progress into the ASCENSUS INSTITUTE's Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management.
Application Fee: S$216 w/GST (S$200 w/o GST)
Course Fee: S$3,132.00 w/GST (S$2,900.00 w/o GST)