8065-01 Level 1 Certificate in Food Preparation

8065-01 Level 1 Certificate in Food Preparation
QU ALIFICAT ION HAN D B O OK
Level 1 Certificate in Food
Preparation and Cooking
8065-01
Qualification Handbook
March 2012 Version 6.2 (October 2015)
Qualification at a glance
Subject area
Food Preparation and Culinary Arts
City & Guilds number
8065
Age group approved
16+
Assessment
Practical assignments and synoptic test
Fast track
Available
Support materials
Centre handbook
Registration and
certification
Consult the Walled Garden/Online
Catalogue for last dates
Level and title
Level 1 Certificate in Food
Preparation and Cooking
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City &
Guilds
number
8065-01
Qualification
Accreditation
Number
600/4858/X
Version number
Changes made
Section
1.1 (May 2012)
New resource requirements
Centre
Requirements
1.2 (July 2013)
Centre guidance
Units
4.1 (December 2013)
Changes made to ranges for
units 102, 109 & 201
Units
5.0 (January 2014)
Added extra range to unit 203
Units
6.0 (March 2014)
Information about evolve test
added to the Structure
Structure
6.1 (June 2015)
Changes made to range for
units 102, 203
Units
6.2 (October 2015)
Removed Unit 203 from the
Synoptic Test table
Unit 112
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Contents
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Introduction
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2
Structure
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3
Centre requirements
Approval
6
6
Resources
6
Candidate entry requirements
Delivering the qualification
Initial assessment and induction
7
8
8
6
Support materials
Assessment
Assessment of the qualification
Units
8
9
9
10
Unit 102
Safety at work
11
Unit 104
Introduction to nutrition
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Unit 105
Prepare food for cold presentation
16
Unit 106
Prepare, cook and finish foods by frying
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Unit 107
Prepare, cook and finish food by braising and
stewing
20
Unit 108
Prepare, cook and finish foods by boiling, poaching
and steaming
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Unit 109
Prepare, cook and finish food by baking, roasting
and grilling
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Unit 110
Introduction to basic kitchen procedures
26
Unit 201
Introduction to the hospitality and catering
industry
29
Unit 203
Food safety in catering
31
Unit 112
Food Preparation and Cooking Principles
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Appendix 1
Sources of general information
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Introduction
This document tells you what you need to do to deliver the qualification:
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Area
Description
Who is the
qualification for?
The Level 1 Certificate in Food Preparation and
Cooking is for candidates who want to begin a career
within the hospitality industry, specialising in kitchen
operations. They will wish to progress as a qualified
chef and will be able to demonstrate the ability to
perform practical skills and the necessary knowledge
in order to complete the assessments
What does the
qualification cover?
The qualification covers an introduction to the
hospitality industry, elements of health, safety and
nutrition and the preparation, cooking and finishing of
dishes using a range of different cookery methods
What opportunities
for progression are
there?
On completion of this qualification candidates may
progress into employment as a trainee, or to the
following City & Guilds qualifications:

City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma in Food Preparation
and Cooking(Culinary Arts) 8065-02

City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma in Food Preparation
and Cooking (Patisserie) 8065-03

City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma in Professional
Cookery 7100
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Structure
To achieve the Level 1 Certificate in Food Preparation and Cooking,
learners must achieve all of the units listed in the table below.
Level 1 Certificate in Food Preparation and Cooking (8065-01)
City &
Guilds
unit
number
Unit
Unit title
accreditation
number
Notional
learning
hours
Guided
learning
hours
102
K/503/7563
Safety at work
50
30
104
F/503/7844
Introduction to
nutrition
20
10
105
D/503/7849
Prepare food for cold
presentation
30
20
106
J/503/7845
Prepare, cook and
finish foods by frying
40
30
107
L/503/7846
Prepare, cook and
finish food by braising
and stewing
80
60
108
R/503/7847
Prepare, cook and
finish foods by
boiling, poaching and
steaming
110
100
109
Y/503/7848
Prepare, cook and
finish food by baking,
roasting and grilling
110
100
110
R/503/7850
Introduction to basic
kitchen procedures
35
30
201
Y/503/7574
Introduction to the
hospitality and
catering industry
30
20
203
M/503/7578
Food safety in
catering
30
20
112
Assessment
Food Preparation and
Cooking Principles
N/A
503
E-volve on-line
tests
Food safety in
catering
N/A
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Centre requirements
Approval
If your Centre is approved to offer the following qualification:
 (7065-31) Level 1 IVQ Certificate in Food Preparation and Cooking
(500/5761/3)
you can apply for approval for the new:
 (8065-01) Level 1 IVQ Certificate in Food Preparation and Cooking
using the Fast Track Approval Form, available from the City & Guilds
website.
Centres should use the Fast Track Form if:
 there have been no changes to the way the qualifications are
delivered, and
 they meet all of the approval criteria in the fast track form guidance
notes.
Fast track approval is available for 12 months from the launch of the
qualification. After 12 months, the Centre will have to go through the
standard Qualification Approval Process. The centre is responsible for
checking that fast track approval is still current at the time of application.
New centres will need to gain both centre and qualification approval to
offer this qualification. Please refer to the Centre Manual - Supporting
Customer Excellence for further information.
Centre staff should familiarise themselves with the structure, content and
assessment requirements of the qualification before designing a course
programme.
Resources
This qualification is aimed at candidates who will be entering the industry
and so it is important that they gain their experience in an industrial
kitchen. They should use appropriate equipment in terms of the size and
scale which must be of industry quality.
When being assessed candidates will need to have sufficient space to
work efficiently, hygienically and in a safe manner.
As a minimum, it is expected that centres seeking approval for this
qualification have access to a well-equipped industrial kitchen including:
 cooking facilities to enable full access to the qualification for example
ovens, ranges, grills, griddles, woks, griddles, deep fat fryers, bain
maries, hot plates, display cabinets and food mixers.
 worktop space – stainless steel workstations or tables used as food
preparation areas
 washing facilities- hand washing, food preparation and wash up
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refrigerators and freezers
suitable storage facilities
small and large equipment- it is recommended that centres review the
range of equipment requirements against each unit within this
qualification as it may be necessary to purchase additional equipment
in order to offer the qualification.
Health and Safety equipment to include PPE, food temperature
equipment and fire safety.
Centres should be able to maintain food and beverage stock levels, both
perishable and non-perishable ingredients, to allow all candidates to
prepare the given variety of dishes using the full range of food
preparation methods.
Centres wishing to deliver these qualifications must ensure that they have
the staff and facilities to deliver the practical elements of the course. If
there are no facilities within the centre to deliver the activities in a realistic
working environment we recommend developing links with local industry
to provide hands-on experience.
Centre staffing
Staff delivering this qualification must be able to demonstrate that they
meet the following occupational expertise requirements. They should:
 be occupationally competent or technically knowledgeable in the area
for which they are delivering training and/or have experience of
providing training. This knowledge must be to the same level as the
training being delivered

have recent relevant experience in the specific area they will be
assessing
 have credible experience of providing training.
Centre staff may undertake more than one role, eg tutor and assessor or
internal verifier, but cannot internally verify their own assessments.
Continuing professional development (CPD)
Centres must support their staff to ensure that they have current
knowledge of the occupational area, that delivery, mentoring, training,
assessment and verification is in line with best practice, and that it takes
account of any national or legislative developments.
Candidate entry requirements
City & Guilds does not set entry requirements for this qualification.
However, centres must ensure that candidates have the potential and
opportunity to gain the qualification successfully.
Age restrictions
City & Guilds cannot accept any registrations for candidates under 16 as
these qualifications are not approved for under 16s.
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Delivering the qualification
Initial assessment and induction
An initial assessment of each candidate should be made before the start
of their programme to identify:
 if the candidate has any specific training needs,
 support and guidance they may need when working towards their
qualification.
 any units they have already completed, or credit they have
accumulated which is relevant to the qualification.
 the appropriate type and level of qualification.
We recommend that centres provide an induction programme so the
candidate fully understands the requirements of the qualification, their
responsibilities as a candidate, and the responsibilities of the centre. This
information can be recorded on a learning contract.
Support materials
The following resources are available for this qualification:
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Description
How to access
Candidate logbook
www.cityandguilds.com
Assessment Pack
www.cityandguilds.com
SmartScreen
www.smartscreen.co.uk
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Assessment
Assessment of the qualification
Level 1 Certificate in Food Preparation and Cooking (8065-01)
Practical assignments
Learners are required to
successfully complete
practical assignments to
be assessed in centre. The
Assessment Pack which
includes specific
guidance, information and
instructions can be
located at
www.cityandguilds.com
Externally set question papers
Learners are required to successfully
complete the following external
examinations:
 Food Safety in Catering (available online)
 Food Preparation and Cooking Principles
(available online)
Please refer to the International Directory on
the Walled Garden for dates and times of
each examination.
Test specifications for each examination can
be found in Appendix 1 of the Assessment
Pack.
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Units
Structure of units
These units each have the following:
 City & Guilds reference number
 Unit Accreditation Number (UAN)
 title
 level
 notional learning hours (NLH)
 guided learning hours (GLH)
 unit aim
 learning outcomes which are comprised of a number of assessment
criteria
Centres must deliver the full breadth of the range. Specialist equipment
or commodities may not be available to all centres, so centres should
ensure that their delivery covers their use. This may be covered by a
practical demonstration (e.g. video). For the practical assessments for
this qualification, centres should ensure that there are sufficient
resources to complete the task but are not required to use all the
equipment or commodities in the range.
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Unit 102
Safety at work
UAN:
K/503/7563
Level:
Level 1
NLH
50
GLH:
30
Aim:
The aim of this unit is to enable the learner to develop basic
knowledge and understanding of the principles of health and
safety in a hospitality and catering environment. The unit
also introduces the learners to common hazards in the
workplace and immediate action to be taken to ensure a
healthy and safe workplace. The unit also covers the fire and
emergency procedures
Note: learners will be expected to apply the knowledge from
this unit to all other units of the qualification.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
1 know how to work safely
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
1.1 state the importance of keeping the work area neat and tidy whilst
working
1.2 state the use and importance of safety signs
1.3 list potential hazards in the workplace
1.4 list potential consequences of hazards in the workplace
1.5 state who to report accidents to
1.6 state what documentation should be completed in case of an
accident
1.7 state the importance of training staff in health and safety
1.8 state when to check equipment and to whom damage should
be reported
1.9 describe safe handling techniques for hazardous substances
1.10 describe how to store hazardous substances safely
1.11 state the importance of storing tools and equipment
correctly after use.
Range
Use of safety signs
Warning, prohibition (what you must not do), instruction, information.
Importance of safety signs
To maintain health and safety.
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Hazards
Floors (different surfaces, spillages), machinery (maintenance, safety
check, manufacturers’ instruction), electricity (power points, appliances,
cables, fuses), manual handling (movement and transportation of large or
heavy items), tools/utensils (sharp objects), damaged equipment (frayed
leads) personal hazards (incorrect uniform), handling gas.
Consequences of hazards
Trips, slips, sprains, falls, burns, cuts, broken bones, electrocution, other
injuries, abrasions.
Who to report accidents to
Supervisor or manager, health and safety officer.
Documentation
Accident report forms.
Importance of training staff in health and safety
To ensure safe use of equipment and machinery, prevention of accidents
to self and to others, legal requirements.
Check equipment
Prior to use, during use, after use before storage.
To whom damage should be reported
Supervisor or manager.
Handling techniques (hazardous substances)
Use Personal Protective Equipment, read instructions, store correctly,
correct dilution rates.
Store
On shelving, off floor, locked cupboard, in correct containers, correct
labelling.
Importance of storing tools and equipment correctly
To avoid accidents, to maintain the good state of repair, for security
reasons.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
2 know fire and emergency procedures
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
2.1 state what action to take in case of an emergency
2.2 identify the elements of the fire triangle and how they can be used
to extinguish a fire
2.3 list different types of fires
2.4 list basic types of fire fighting equipment and when they
should be used.
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Range
Action
Raise the alarm, follow evacuation procedures
Emergency
Fire, bomb threat, gas leak, natural disaster, security, theft, public
disturbance, gas leak
Elements
Fuel (remove the source of fuel), oxygen (restrict the supply of oxygen by
smothering), heat (remove the heat)
Types of fires
Paper, wood, fat, electrical, gas, combustible chemicals
Basic types of fire fighting equipment
Fire blanket (fat fires), water (wood, paper), sand, foam, powder, carbon
dioxide.
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Unit 104
Introduction to nutrition
UAN:
F/503/7844
Level:
Level 1
NLH:
20
GLH
10
Aim:
The aim of this unit is to enable the learner to develop
knowledge and understanding of the importance of the
nutritional content of food, its relation to food groups, and
how it may be preserved when preparing and cooking food.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
1 understand the importance of a balanced diet
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
1.1 identify the main food groups that contribute to a balanced diet
1.2 identify the different types of nutrients found in the food groups
1.3 identify groups of people who may have special dietary
requirements
1.4 state the benefits of a balanced diet.
Range
Food groups
Bread, rice, potatoes and pasta.
Meat, poultry, fish, eggs, beans.
Vegetables and fruits.
Dairy products.
Foods high in fat and sugar.
Balanced diet
Eating the right amount of food for how active you are, and eating a
range of food from the five main food groups, balanced diet should also
include fibre and water.
Nutrients
Carbohydrates, proteins, minerals, vitamins, fat – macro and micro
nutrients, water.
Special dietary requirements
Vegan, vegetarian, religious beliefs, pregnant women, children, ill
people, those with intolerance, allergies, cultural differences.
Benefits of a balanced diet
Good health, energy levels.
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Learning outcome
The learner will:
2 understand the impact of food preparation and cooking on the
nutritional content of food
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
2.1 identify changes that can be made to dishes to produce healthier
food
2.2 describe ways in which nutrients in food can be destroyed
during:
 storage
 preparation
 cooking
 holding (hot food)
2.3 describe methods for retaining the nutritional content of food
2.4 identify foods that can be used to make menus healthier.
Range
Changes
Reduction in fat: by using low fat products and use low fat cooking
methods such as grilling.
Substitute healthier ingredients: reduce sugar by using fruit substitutes;
reduce salt by substituting with healthier flavourings eg herbs.
Ways in which nutrients in food can be destroyed
During storage: methods of storage, temperatures, humidity, time in
storage.
During preparation: soaking in water, cutting.
During cooking: overcooking, incorrect temperatures.
During holding: prolonged holding, incorrect temperatures.
Methods
Prepare, cook and serve food immediately, blanching, cooking quickly,
steaming, sous vide.
Foods
Lean meat, oily fish, low fat products, wholemeal flour products, brown
rice, vegetables, fruit, pulses, sunflower/olive oil.
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Unit 105
Prepare food for cold
presentation
UAN:
D/503/7849
Level:
Level 1
NLH
30
GLH
20
Aim:
The aim of this unit is to enable the learner to develop the
necessary knowledge, understanding and skills required in
preparing and presenting cold foods. The skills required to
prepare and present cold food are required in all sectors of
the catering industry. Learners will be introduced to the
techniques of preparing and presenting a range of cold food
items ranging from simple sandwiches to complex cold
buffets.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
1 understand how to prepare food for cold presentation
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
1.1 list food items used for cold presentation
1.2 describe preparation methods and storage of food for cold
presentation
1.3 state the importance of presentation in the service of cold food.
Range
Food items
Bread products, meat (ham, salami, beef, chicken, offal, pate/terrine), fish
(smoked, fresh, cooked), shellfish, vegetables, salads, dressings, sauces,
fruits, dairy products, savoury pastries, eggs, preserves.
Preparation methods
Marinade, slice, chop, mix, spread, shred, wash, re-wash, dice, carve,
portion, mould.
Storage
Holding food in a refrigerator prior to serving, use of refrigerated display
cabinets during service.
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Learning outcome
The learner will:
2 be able to prepare food for cold presentation
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
2.1 select equipment and tools suitable for preparing and serving
cold food
2.2 select food items suitable for cold presentation
2.3 prepare food for cold presentation
2.4 combine food items to achieve the correct colour, flavour and
texture
2.5 finish food according to dish requirements
2.6 display the cold food correctly prior to service
2.7 comply with hygienic and safe working practices throughout the
operation.
Range
Equipment and tools
Knives, boards, utensils, refrigerators, display cabinets, serving platters.
Food items
Bread products, meat (ham, salami, beef, chicken, offal, pate/terrine), fish
(smoked, fresh, cooked), shellfish, vegetables, salads, dressings, sauces,
fruits, dairy products, savoury pastries, eggs, preserves.
Preparation methods
Marinade, slice, chop, spread, mix, shred, wash, re-wash, dice, carve,
portion, mould.
Finish
Season (eg herbs, spices), dress (eg cold sauces/dressings, yoghurt),
Garnish (eg herbs, salads, leaves, flowers), marinade (eg vinegar, herbs).
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Unit 106
Prepare, cook and finish foods
by frying
UAN:
J/503/7845
Level:
Level 1
NLH
40
GLH
30
Aim:
The aim of this unit is to enable the learners to develop the
skills and knowledge required to prepare and cook foods
using the frying methods of cookery. Learners will need to
ensure that the commodities chosen are suitable and of
good quality and the tools and equipment are suitable for the
task in hand. They need to be able to follow dish
specifications and will begin to appreciate the aesthetic
aspects of food preparation through the processes of
finishing and presenting the products.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
1 understand how to prepare, cook and finish food by frying
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
1.1 describe the different methods of frying food
1.2 describe food items suitable for frying
1.3 describe different types of equipment and tools used for frying
food
1.4 list the different types of preparation methods suitable for the food
items
1.5 state the temperature required for deep frying foods correctly
1.6 state the effects on food if it is not fried at the correct temperature
or for the correct time
1.7 state the different types of fat used to fry food and their uses
1.8 describe how to safely handle equipment and tools when
frying food
1.9 state the importance of draining deep fried food thoroughly.
Range
Methods of frying
Deep, shallow, sauté, stir frying.
Food items suitable for frying
Food of correct quality, cut and quantity, meat, fish, shellfish, poultry,
vegetables, fruit, pastries, dough or flour (various) based products, eggs,
rice, noodles, spices.
Equipment and tools used for frying food
Deep fryer, frying pan, wok, griddle, tava, bratt pan (tilting pan), utensils,
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knives.
Effects
Food not cooked thoroughly, loss of flavour, wrong texture, food burnt,
absorption of fat/oil.
Types of fat
Oil (various), butter, margarine, (ghee).
Safely handle equipment and tools
Deep fat fryer – do not overfill with oil or food items, heat to correct
temperature, clear spillages, handling of portable fryers. Handling of hot
frying pans.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
2 be able to prepare, cook and finish food by frying
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
2.1 select equipment and tools suitable for the cookery method
2.2 select food items suitable for frying
2.3 prepare food for frying
2.4 cook food by frying
2.5 control the temperature throughout cooking
2.6 check the food is cooked correctly
2.7 finish food according to dish requirements
2.8 comply with hygienic and safe working practices throughout the
operation.
Range
Equipment and tools
Deep fryer, frying pan, wok, griddle, tava, bratt pan, utensils, knives.
Food items
Meat, fish, shellfish, poultry, vegetables, fruit, pastries, dough or flour
(various) based products, eggs, rice, noodles, spices, sauces, oils, fats.
Preparation methods
Cutting, filleting, pin boning, boning, portioning, marinating, blanching,
flour, batters, wrappings, coating.
Finish
Methods to include draining off excess fat, seasoning, garnishing, visual
appearance, taste texture.
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Unit 107
Prepare, cook and finish food
by braising and stewing
UAN:
L/503/7846
Level:
Level 1
NLH
80
GLH
60
Aim:
The aim of this unit is to enable the learners to develop the
skills and knowledge required to prepare and cook foods
using the braising and stewing methods of cookery.
Learners will need to ensure that the commodities chosen
are suitable and of good quality and the tools and
equipment are suitable for the task in hand. They need to
be able to follow dish specifications and will begin to
appreciate the aesthetic aspects of food preparation
through the processes of finishing and presenting the
products.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
1 understand how to prepare, cook and finish food by braising and
stewing
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
1.1 define the following methods of cookery:
 braising
 stewing
1.2 list food items suitable for braising and stewing
1.3 state why time and temperature are important when braising and
stewing food
1.4 list the different cooking liquids that can be used for braising and
stewing food
1.5 list the equipment and tools required for braising and stewing.
Range
Food items
Meat, offal, poultry, fish, shellfish, vegetables, rice, pulses.
Liquids
Water, wine, sauces, stock, aromatic cooking liquid.
Equipment and tools
Casserole dish, bratt pan, saucepan and lid, knives, utensils.
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Learning outcome
The learner will:
2 be able to prepare, cook and finish food by braising and stewing
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
2.1 select equipment and tools suitable for braising and stewing
food
2.2 select food items suitable for braising and stewing
2.3 prepare food for braising and stewing
2.4 ensure the correct amount of liquid is added and the level
maintained throughout cooking
2.5 control the time and temperature throughout cooking
2.6 check the food is correctly cooked
2.7 finish food according to dish requirements
2.8 comply with hygienic and safe working practices throughout the
operation.
Range
Equipment and tools
Casserole dish, bratt pan, saucepan and lid, knives, utensils.
Food items
Meat, offal, poultry, fish, shellfish, vegetables, rice, pulses.
Prepare
Braising: washing, dicing, trimming, slicing, chopping, mixing, coating,
marinating, tying.
Stewing: washing, trimming, chopping, slicing, shredding, peeling.
Finish
Methods to include adjusting the seasoning and consistency of the
sauce, garnishing removing items used to secure shape, visual
appearance, texture, and taste.
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Unit 108
Prepare, cook and finish foods
by boiling, poaching and
steaming
UAN:
R/503/7847
Level:
Level 1
NLH
110
GLH
100
Aim:
The aim of this unit is to enable the learners to develop the
skills and knowledge required to prepare and cook foods
using the boiling, poaching and steaming methods of
cookery. Learners will need to ensure that the commodities
chosen are suitable and of good quality and the tools and
equipment are suitable for the task in hand. They need to be
able to follow dish specifications and will begin to appreciate
the aesthetic aspects of food preparation through the
processes of finishing and presenting the products.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
1 understand how to prepare, cook and finish foods by boiling,
poaching and steaming
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
1.1 define the following methods of cookery:
 boiling
 poaching
 steaming
1.2 list food items suitable for boiling, poaching and steaming
1.3 state why time and temperature are important when boiling,
poaching and steaming food
1.4 list the different cooking liquids that can be used for boiling,
poaching and steaming food
1.5 list the equipment and tools required for boiling, poaching and
steaming food.
Range
Food items
Food of correct quality and quantity.
Boiling: meat, vegetables, eggs, pulses, pasta.
Poaching: fish, chicken, eggs, fruit, vegetables.
Steaming: fish, chicken, sweet and savoury puddings, vegetables.
Liquids
Boiling: water, stock.
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Poaching: water, stock, milk, wine.
Steaming: water vapour.
Equipment and tools
Steamer, fish kettle, pans, knives, utensils, pots.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
2 be able to prepare, cook and finish foods by boiling, poaching and
steaming
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
2.1 select equipment and tools suitable for boiling, poaching and
steaming food
2.2 select food items suitable for boiling, poaching and steaming
2.3 prepare food for boiling, poaching and steaming
2.4 ensure the correct amount of liquid is added and the level
maintained throughout cooking
2.5 control the time and temperature throughout cooking
2.6 check the food is correctly cooked
2.7 finish food according to dish requirements
2.8 comply with hygienic and safe working practices throughout the
operation.
Range
Equipment and tools
Steamer, fish kettle, pans, knives, utensils, pots.
Food items
Food of correct quality and quantity.
Boiling: meat, vegetables, eggs, pulses, pasta.
Poaching: fish, chicken, eggs, fruit, vegetables.
Steaming: fish, chicken, sweet and savoury, vegetables.
Prepare
Portioning meat, poultry and fish, peeling and cutting fruit and
vegetables, trussing, tying poultry and meat.
Finish
Methods to include draining off excess liquid, seasoning, garnishing,
removing items used to secure shape, visual appearance, texture, and
taste.
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Unit 109
Prepare, cook and finish food by
baking, roasting and grilling
UAN:
Y/503/7848
Level:
Level 1
NLH
110
GLH
100
Aim:
The aim of this unit is to enable the learners to develop the
skills and knowledge required to prepare and cook foods
using the baking, roasting and grilling methods of cookery.
Learners will need to ensure that the commodities chosen
are suitable and of good quality and the tools and
equipment are suitable for the task in hand. They need to be
able to follow dish specifications and will begin to
appreciate the aesthetic aspects of food preparation
through the processes of finishing and presenting the
products.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
1 understand how to prepare, cook and finish food by baking, roasting
and grilling
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
1.1 define the following methods of cookery:
 baking
 roasting
 grilling
1.2 list food items suitable for baking, roasting and grilling
1.3 state why time and temperature are important when baking,
roasting and grilling food
1.4 list the equipment and tools required for baking, roasting and
grilling.
Range
Food items
Baking: bread, pastries, pies, biscuits, cakes, fish, fruit
Roasting: meat, poultry, vegetables, fish
Grilling: meat, fish, shellfish, poultry, vegetables, fruit
Equipment and tools
Baking: trays, ovens, tins.
Roasting: trays, ovens, trivet.
Grilling: charcoal grill, open flame, salamander, griddle pan, tongs.
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Learning outcome
The learner will:
2 be able to prepare, cook and finish food by baking, roasting and
grilling
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
2.1 select equipment and tools suitable for baking, roasting and
grilling food
2.2 select food items suitable for baking, roasting and grilling
2.3 prepare food for baking, roasting and grilling
2.4 control the time and temperature throughout cooking
2.5 check the food is correctly cooked
2.6 finish food according to dish requirements
2.7 comply with hygienic and safe working practices throughout the
operation.
Range
Equipment and tools
Baking: trays, ovens, tins
Roasting: trays, ovens, trivet
Grilling: grill, salamander
Food items
Baking: bread, pastries, pies, biscuits, cakes, fish, fruit
Roasting: meat, poultry, vegetables, fish
Grilling: meat, fish, shellfish, poultry, vegetables, fruit
Prepare
Boning, sealing, cutting, washing, chopping, resting, tying, stuffing,
mixing, rolling, shaping
Finish
Seasoning, garnishing, visual appearance, taste and texture, plating.
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Unit 110
Introduction to basic kitchen
procedures
UAN:
R/503/7850
Level:
Level 1
NLH
35
GLH
30
Aim:
The aim of this unit is to introduce the learner to three
important areas essential to working in the kitchen
environment. The learner will develop an understanding of
the different roles and responsibilities, develop basic kitchen
numeracy skills, and develop an understanding of the
importance of the safe handling of knives in the kitchen.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
1 know how to use knives and cutting equipment
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
1.1 identify the different types of knives and cutting equipment and
uses
1.2 state the importance of correct and safe use of knives and
cutting equipment
1.3 describe the different ways to clean, maintain and store knives
and cutting equipment
1.4 identify relevant age restrictions specific to the use of cutting
equipment.
Range
Knives and cutting equipment
Straight edged knives – small (paring, turning, filleting, boning) large
(chopping, palette, carving knife and fork).
Serrated edged knives and saws, food processors, mincer, mandolins,
graters, peelers, corers, cutters and can openers, scissors, shears,
cleaver, gravity feed slicer, ancillary tools: steel, carborundum, wet
stone.
Importance of correct and safe use
Prevent injury to self and others (carrying, handling), ensure quality of
finished product, improved efficiency (time, waste).
Clean, maintain and store
Appropriate washing/drying techniques, sharpening, safe and secure
storage.
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Learning outcome
The learner will:
2 be able to use knives and cutting equipment
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
2.1 select appropriate knife or cutting equipment for use
2.2 use the correct and safe knife sharpening technique
2.3 use knives and cutting equipment correctly and safely for a variety
of tasks
2.4 maintain and care for knives and cutting equipment
2.5 store knives and cutting equipment correctly and safely.
Range
Knives and cutting equipment
Straight edged knives – small (paring, turning, filleting, boning) large
(chopping, palette, carving knife and fork)
Serrated edged knives and saws, food processors, mincer, mandolins,
graters, peelers, corers, cutters and can openers, scissors, shears,
cleaver, gravity feed slicer, ancillary tools: steel, carborundum, wet
stone
Correctly and safely
Prevent injury to self and others (carrying, handling), ensure quality of
finished product, improved efficiency (time, waste)
Maintain and care
Appropriate washing/drying techniques, sharpening, safe and secure
storage.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
3 understand how to perform basic numeracy calculations in the
kitchen
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
3.1 state the units of measurement used for different commodities
3.2 describe the methods used to scale recipes
3.3 perform basic calculations for recipes and methods.
Range
Units of measurement
Metric; Imperial
Volume
Teaspoon (also t or tsp.); Tablespoon (also T, tbl., or tbsp.); Fluid ounce
(also fl oz); Gill; Cup (also c); Pint (also p, pt, or fl pt); Quart (also q, qt, or fl
qt); Gallon (also g or gal); ml also millilitre, cc (and mL); l, also litre, (and L);
dl, also decilitre (and dL)
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Mass and weight
Pound (also lb or #); Ounce (also oz); mg (also milligram or milligramme);
g (also gram or gramme); kg (also kilogram or kilogramme)
Length
mm (also milimeter or millimetre); cm (also centimetre or centimetre); m
(also meter or metre); inch (also in or “).
Commodities
Liquid and dry; commodities purchased according to size; portion sizes.
Scale
Conversion factor; use of cooking conversion tool; use of culinary
measurements conversion table.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
4 outline the responsibilities of different job roles in the kitchen
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
4.1 outline the responsibilities of the different job roles in the kitchen.
Range
Job roles
Kitchen brigade (executive chef, executive sous chef, sous chef, chef de
partie, demi-chef de partie, commis, trainee).
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Unit 201
Introduction to the hospitality
and catering industry
UAN:
Y/503/7574
Level:
Level 2
NLH
30
GLH
20
Aim:
The aim of this unit is to enable the learner to develop a
broad understanding of the hospitality and catering
industry. Learners will explore the broad structure of the
industry, types of operations and establishments within the
sectors.
Learners will also develop an awareness of the employment
opportunities and an understanding of the importance of
professional behaviour in the industry.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
1 know the hospitality and catering industry
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
1.1 describe the types of establishments that operate in the
hospitality and catering industry
1.2 describe the different services offered by different establishments
1.3 describe the job roles within the hospitality and catering industry
1.4 identify working patterns in the hospitality and catering industry
1.5 explain the processes involved in applying for a job within the
hospitality and catering industry
1.6 identify ways to progress within the hospitality and catering
industry.
Range
Establishments
Hotels, restaurants, planes, airports, hostels, hospitals, cruise liners,
lodges and chalets, campsites, caravan-sites.
Services
Accommodation, food and beverage, conference facilities, leisure
facilities (eg gym, spa), events catering.
Job roles
Managers, supervisors, kitchen staff, food and beverage service staff,
front office staff, and accommodation staff.
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Working patterns
Flexible working hours, shift work, split shifts, weekend work.
Processes
Checking advertisements, preparing CV, completing application forms,
interview preparation.
Ways to progress
Qualifications, Continuing Professional Development, experience (eg
work placements).
Learning outcome
The learner will:
2 know the importance of professional behaviour in the hospitality and
catering industry
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
2.1 describe professional behaviour in the workplace
2.2 describe professional personal appearance in the hospitality and
catering industry
2.3 describe the importance of professional behaviour
2.4 explain the role of teamwork in the hospitality and catering
industry.
Range
Professional behaviour
Punctuality, appropriate uniform, prepared for work, plan tasks, work
methodically, keep work area tidy, make efficient use of resources,
conduct, and positive communication.
Personal appearance
Hygiene, clean uniform, grooming.
Importance
Maintaining a positive image of the establishment, ensuring customer
satisfaction, maintaining good working relationships with colleagues.
Role
Effective communication, completion of tasks, customer satisfaction, job
satisfaction.
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Unit 203
Food safety in catering
UAN:
M/503/7578
Level:
Level 2
NLH
30
GLH
20
Aim:
The aim of this unit is to provide learners with knowledge of
the parameters of basic food safety practices as relevant to
the catering industry. This unit provides learners with a
range of food safety skills directly relevant to the catering
and hospitality industry.
Note: learners will be expected to apply the working
methods from this unit to all other units of the qualification. It
is recommended that this unit is achieved by the learners at
the beginning of the course.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
1 understand food safety procedures
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
1.1 define food poisoning
1.2 define food hygiene
1.3 outline hazard analysis critical control points (HACCP) practices
and procedures
1.4 identify key food safety records
1.5 state the key elements of a food safety policy
1.6 identify reporting procedures
1.7 state the key requirements of food safety legislation.
Range
HACCP practices and procedures
Hazard analysis at all stages of food production, identification of control
points and critical control points, control limits, corrective action, audit
and validation/verification documentation.
Records
Training records, pest control records, temperature records – hot and
cold refrigerator/freezer temperatures.
Cleaning records, Rotation of stock records.
Key elements
Guidance on the following: personal hygiene, accident and sickness
procedures, pest control, cleaning and disinfection, visitors’ policy.
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Reporting procedures
Accident, sickness, problems with pests, complaints and equipment
failure.
Key requirements
Personal hygiene practices, compliance with training policies,
compliance with organisational policies and procedures, compliance with
food safety legislation.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
2 understand how to keep self clean and hygienic
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
2.1 describe the design features of protective clothing for food
handlers
2.2 identify bad habits and poor hygiene practices
2.3 identify resources/facilities and procedures for hand washing
2.4 list the most important times to wash hands
2.5 describe the advantages and disadvantages of wearing gloves
2.6 list reportable illnesses and infections
2.7 explain the term carriers
2.8 state the importance of being ‘fit for work’
2.9 describe the features of plasters suitable for use by food handlers
2.10 state the bacteria associated with open wounds.
Range
Design features
No external pockets, press studs and Velcro rather than buttons, cover
all own clothes, durable, easy to clean, preferably light coloured, long
sleeves to protect arms.
Bad habits and poor hygiene practices
Eating/chewing, spitting, nail biting, scratching, smoking, infrequent
cleaning of oneself and working environment, touching any part of the
body.
Resources/facilities and procedures
Use of hot and cold running water, liquid anti-bacterial soap, disposable
paper-towels, separate sink for hand washing, sanitiser.
Times
After touching face, coughing, sneezing, nose blowing, touching raw
food or waste products, handling cleaning materials, after going to the
toilet, after breaks, after smoking, between tasks to prevent crosscontamination, at the beginning of a shift, after handling money, after
cleaning a wound, after touching any part of the body.
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Advantages and disadvantages
Advantages: barrier for cuts, reduction of bacterial contamination, public
perception.
Disadvantages: skin infection, cost, false sense of security ie gloves not
changed frequently enough.
Reportable illnesses and infections
Diarrhoea, vomiting, colds, sore throats, congested eyes, skin infections,
stomach upset, suspected food poisoning.
Carriers
Healthy: a person who carries the virus or bacteria without showing any
symptoms.
Convalescent: recovering from the virus or bacteria and continues to be
a carrier.
Fit for work
Fitness for work certificate/medical clearance.
Features
Non food coloured plaster, waterproof, metal strip.
Bacteria
Staphylococcus Aureus.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
3 understand how to keep the working area clean and hygienic
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
3.1 identify different types of cleaning products and cleaning
equipment
3.2 define a ‘clean as you go’ policy
3.3 identify the six stages of cleaning
3.4 state the key features of cleaning schedules
3.5 list different cleaning methods used for tools and equipment
3.6 describe the safety requirements for handling and storing
chemicals
3.7 list the features of equipment and surfaces suitable for use in food
handling areas
3.8 describe the ways in which waste should be stored and disposed
of
3.9 describe the importance of keeping the waste storage area clean
and tidy
3.10 list common types of food pests
3.11 identify signs of food pests
3.12 describe pest management reporting and control procedures
3.13 describe different pest proofing methods.
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Range
Cleaning products
Detergent, sanitisers, disinfectant, sterilisers, bactericides.
Cleaning equipment
Mops, buckets, cloths, vacuum cleaner.
Six stages of cleaning
Pre-clean, main clean, rinse, disinfect, rinse, dry, double sink washing up
method (pre clean, main clean using detergent, second sink to disinfect
using chemicals or water at the correct temperature).
Key features
Who, what, where, why, when, how, safety measures.
Cleaning methods
Dismantling component parts before cleaning, washing, rinsing, drying,
reassembling component parts after cleaning.
Tools and equipment
Knives, small utensils, medium and large scale equipment.
Safety requirements
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health, storage away from foods,
storage in original containers, labelling, decanting, personal protective
equipment (PPE), dilution, manufacturers’ instructions.
Features
Smooth, non-porous, inert, easily cleaned, non-toxic, no crevasses,
resistant to corrosion.
Waste
Unfit food, non-food refuse, recycling.
Importance
To prevent odours, pests, bacteria growth.
Pests
Rodents, cockroaches, insects, domestic pets, birds.
Signs
Droppings, smell, smear marks, pupae cases, larvae, damaged/gnawed
packaging, food spillages.
Control procedures
Environmental, design, proofing, physical, chemical.
Methods
Kick plates, bristle strips, self closing door, fly screens, building
maintenance.
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Learning outcome
The learner will:
4 know how to receive and store food safely
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
4.1 describe the checks that should be made when accepting
deliveries of ambient, chilled or frozen foods
4.2 describe stock rotation systems
4.3 describe the difference between 'best before' and 'use by dates'
4.4 identify the correct storage conditions for foods
4.5 state the reasons why certain foods require refrigeration
4.6 describe the methods of storing foods which prevent
contamination by pests
4.7 identify the main categories of contamination
4.8 define the term cross contamination
4.9 describe ways of reducing cross contamination
4.10 describe the types of cross contamination
4.11 state the conditions for safe food storage
4.12 state the rules to observe when using probe thermometers
4.13 state best practice for thawing/defrosting foods
4.14 identify the documents used for recording food storage and
temperature control.
Range
Checks
Damage, dates, quality, quantities, pest infestation, temperature.
Stock rotation systems
FIFO (first in first out), day dots, date systems, labelling.
Correct storage conditions
Ambient: dry and well ventilated storeroom.
Chilled: store cooked and raw foods separately.
Frozen: store cooked and raw foods separately.
Optimum storage temperatures:
ambient food: 14ºC to 18ºC
chilled food: 1ºC to 5ºC (lower for fresh fish, 0ºC to 3ºC)
frozen: -18ºC to -22ºC.
Reasons
To prevent spoilage bacteria from spoiling the food, prevent pathogenic
bacteria growing on high risk foods.
Methods
Off floor, pest proof containers.
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Categories
Chemical, physical, microbiological.
Ways of reducing cross contamination
Colour coded systems, thorough cleaning procedures, separate area for
preparation, cooking and storage, linear work flow, appropriate training.
Types
Direct, indirect, drip.
Conditions for safe food storage
Chilled and frozen food to be stored as soon as possible (best practice is
within 15 minutes of delivery), covered, wrapped, in suitable containers,
labelled, away from contaminants and strong odours.
Rules
Disinfect probe before and after use, calibration of equipment.
Best practice
Use of thawing cabinets, fridges, refrigerated rooms.
Documents
Delivery monitoring form, fridge/freezer monitoring form,
cooking/cooling record sheets.
Learning outcome
The learner will:
5 know how to prepare cook hold and serve food safely
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
5.1 list the micro-organisms associated with food poisoning
5.2 identify non-bacterial causes of food poisoning
5.3 state the usual conditions for bacterial growth
5.4 identify different types of high risk foods
5.5 describe techniques to prevent food poisoning during preparing,
cooking and serving foods
5.6 describe common symptoms of food poisoning
5.7 identify the people most at risk from food poisoning
5.8 identify common food allergens and intolerances
5.9 identify sources of physical contaminants
5.10 identify the temperatures at which most food poisoning microorganisms will grow rapidly, cease to multiply and die
5.11 define the term temperature danger zone
5.12 identify different heat treatment processes
5.13 identify the best practice for cooking and reheating food
5.14 identify the best practice for chilling food
5.15 identify the best practice for holding food, hot and cold for
service.
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Range
Micro-organisms
Pathogens: Salmonella, clostridium prefingens, Bacillus cereus,
clostridium botulinum, staphylococcus aureus, e-coli.
Food borne diseases: bacillary dysentery, typhoid/paratyphoid, listeria,
campylobacter enteritis.
Spoilage organisms: harmless organisms, moulds, viruses, yeasts, toxins.
Non-bacterial causes of food poisoning
Metals, poisonous plants, chemicals, equipment, tampering, viruses.
Conditions
Warmth, food, moisture, time, pH balance.
Types of high risk food
Cooked meats, poultry, dairy products, cooked rice, stocks, sauces, fish,
shellfish
Techniques
Cleaning procedures, good personal hygiene, pest control, storage
procedures, separate areas for preparation, cooking and storage.
Symptoms
Nausea, diarrhoea, vomiting, abdominal pain.
People
Young children, the elderly, sick, pregnant women, those with immune
deficiency.
Food allergens and intolerances
Nuts, wheat, dairy, gluten, shellfish (seafood), fungus.
Sources of physical contaminants
People (eg hair, unwashed hands, jewellery), equipment (eg screws,
broken parts), pests (eg droppings), premises (eg flaking paint), product
(eg pieces of packaging).
Temperature
5°C to 63°C.
Heat treatment process
Cooking, pasteurisation, sterilisation, ultra heat treatment, canning.
Best practice for cooking and reheating food
Cook and re-heat to core temperature of 75°C.
Best practice for chilling food
Chill hot food to under 5°C within recommended guideline of 90 minutes.
Methods for chilling: blast chiller/freezer; stand/stir food over ice cold
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water; decant large quantities into smaller portions; do not mix hot with
cold foods.
Best practice for holding food
Holding and Serving – cold: below 8°C, hot: above 63°C.
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Unit 112
Food Preparation and Cooking
Principles
This synoptic test covers the assessment of the underpinning knowledge
in the following units:
102 Safety at work
104 Introduction to nutrition
105 Prepare food for cold presentation
106 Prepare, cook and finish food for frying
107 Prepare, cook and finish food by braising and stewing
108 Prepare, cook and finish foods by boiling, poaching and steaming
109 Prepare, cook and finish food by baking, roasting and grilling
110 Introduction to basic kitchen procedures
201 Introduction to the hospitality and catering industry
Full details can be found in the Assessment Pack on the website.
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Appendix 1
Sources of general
information
Centre Guide – Delivering International Qualifications contains
detailed information about the processes which must be followed and
requirements which must be met for a centre to achieve ‘approved
centre’ status, or to offer a particular qualification. Specifically, the
document includes sections on:
 The centre and qualification approval process and forms
 Assessment, verification and examination roles at the centre
 Registration and certification of candidates
 Non-compliance
 Complaints and appeals
 Equal opportunities
 Data protection
 Frequently asked questions.
The following documents contain essential information for centres
delivering City & Guilds qualifications. They should be referred to in
conjunction with this handbook. To download the documents and to find
other useful documents, go to the Centres and Training Providers
homepage on www.cityandguilds.com.
Centre Manual - Supporting Customer Excellence contains detailed
information about the processes which must be followed and
requirements which must be met for a centre to achieve ‘approved
centre’ status, or to offer a particular qualification, as well as updates and
good practice exemplars for City & Guilds assessment and policy issues.
Specifically, the document includes sections on:
 The centre and qualification approval process
 Assessment, internal quality assurance and examination roles at the
centre
 Registration and certification of candidates
 Non-compliance
 Complaints and appeals
 Equal opportunities
 Data protection
 Management systems
 Maintaining records
 Assessment
 Internal quality assurance
 External quality assurance.
Our Quality Assurance Requirements encompasses all of the relevant
requirements of key regulatory documents such as:
 Regulatory Arrangements for the Qualifications and Credit Framework
 SQA Awarding Body Criteria
 NVQ Code of Practice
and sets out the criteria that centres should adhere to pre and post centre
and qualification approval.
Access to Assessment & Qualifications provides full details of the
arrangements that may be made to facilitate access to assessments and
qualifications for candidates who are eligible for adjustments in
assessment.
The centre homepage section of the City & Guilds website also contains
useful information such on such things as:
 Walled Garden: how to register and certificate candidates on line
 Events: dates and information on the latest Centre events
 Online assessment: how to register for e-volve assessments.
About City & Guilds
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unlock their potential and develop their skills. We offer over 500
qualifications across 28 industries through 8500 centres
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City & Guilds is recognised and respected by employers across
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The City & Guilds Group operates from three major hubs:
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