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Food, Hospitality and Catering


WJEC Voc Award Hospitality and Catering L1/2: Study & Rev Guide

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Author(s): Anita Tull


awarding body: WJEC


level: Level 1/2


isbn: 978-1-912820-17-7


subject: Hospitality & Catering


Pages: 120 pp


£11.99



       

Publishing January 2020

Written by leading food author Anita Tull, this accessible Study and Revision Guide covers Unit 1 and Unit 2 of the WJEC Vocational Award in Hospitality and Catering.

 

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Supports the best-selling Hospitality and Catering Student Book, also by Anita Tull

Accessibly designed with colourful diagrams, images, tables and charts to support understanding and knowledge recall

A great study aid for lower-ability candidates 

Provides a condensed version of the required theory, with knowledge checks at the end of chapters to assist with revision

Advice on how best to prepare for the Unit 1 online assessment including useful tips on how to answer the different types of questions that could appear in the exam

A reminder of how to approach the Unit 2 Learner Assignment Brief, with helpful ‘best practice’ tips for presenting evidence, including real examples with assessor commentary

 

About the author:

Dr Anita Tull is the author of several renowned student books, including WJEC Vocational Award Hospitality and Catering Level 1/2, AQA GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition, WJEC Certificate in Food Science and Nutrition Level 3 (also by Illuminate) and Food and Nutrition 3rd Edition. She has worked in food and cooking skills education for forty years and has taught food, nutrition and cooking skills to children, teenagers and adults in a range of different schools and community initiatives; and hospitality and catering in a further education college. In 2015 she was awarded a PhD by the Centre for Food Policy, City, University of London.