New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Level 4)
Specialise in restaurant service
People spend millions every year at cafés, restaurants, bars and other hospitality businesses.
This demand leads to job opportunities for skilled hospitality workers.
You will learn skills in cocktail making, advanced beverage service, leadership, and supervision in a restaurant environment. You will also complete the unit standards needed for your Licence Controller Qualification (LCQ).
Study full-time. Or, if you're already working in the industry, you may be able to study part-time and continue working.
Prior to enrolling it is recommended you complete New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Level 3) with strands in Café Service and Function Services.
February, May, July, October
|Youth Guarantee (fees-free*)||Not available|
Full-time for 16 teaching weeks, part-time available.
|International fees||NZD $10,700 (approx.)|
|Māori and Pasifika Trades Training Scholarship (fees-free*)||Available (eligibility criteria applies)|
|Qualification leads to||
New Zealand Certificate
Information is correct as at February 2021. Programme fees are based on a full-time student and may vary depending on your final selection of courses that make up your programme. To provide you with an indication of costs, the approximate fees quoted in this publication are based on the indicative 2021 fee structure. The indicative programme fees for 2021 do not include the Compulsory Student Services Fee (CSSF). The CSSF is an additional levy to your 2021 programme or course fees. Further information about the CSSF can be found here www.manukau.ac.nz/cssf. Programmes stated as eligible for free study in 2021 are based on the 2020 fee structure and subject to funding confirmation for 2021. All fees are in New Zealand Dollars. You will be advised of the current fees at the time of enrolment. All courses and programmes will proceed subject to numbers and academic approval. Manukau Institute of Technology Limited is accredited under the provisions of the Education Act 1989. International students must study in class and will not be able to enrol for online study options.