Hospitality and Catering Apprenticeship


Hospitality and Catering Apprenticeship

This Apprenticeship can promote into the Culinary Career. Only the Base Game is needed.

The Apprenticeship is located at the Restaurant and has a custom uniform for all three levels. The uniform for levels two and three are different from level one, so don’t be alarmed when the uniform changes. It focuses on the Cooking skill.


Uniform for Level 1

1. Receptionist ~ Intermediate: So, you’re starting an apprenticeship in Hospitality and Catering. Well, good on you! You’re not starting out in the kitchen, but as a Receptionist for the posh restaurants in town, booking tables and such. It’s all part of the hospitality and will be essential for whatever line of work you end up choosing.
Hours: 4.00pm ~ 7.00pm
Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

2. Waiter/Waitress ~ Advanced: As a waiter/waitress, you’re simply taking orders, giving food to the customers, clearing tables, handing out bills, collecting money, taking change and tidying the restaurant when everyone’s gone home. You’ll probably feel exhausted when you get home but just remind yourself that it’s worth it!
Hours: 4.00pm ~ 7.00pm
Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

3. Cook ~ Higher: Now you can be the cook! So pay close attention to the orders and don’t go cooking the wrong meals. It’s a waste of food and if you continue to do so, the restaurant owners will find you a waste of wages. And you’d have to kiss goodbye to your Apprenticeship. So, be vigilant! You’re on the last step of your catering journey and will soon be ready to be released to the hungry masses. Congratulations on your dedication!
Hours: 4.00pm ~ 7.00pm
Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

There are two custom tones; Cook Basic Meals, which builds the Cooking skill and Sit Exam, which boosts overall performance.



I’m not fluent enough in any other languages to translate, so if you’re interested in translating this career into your language, then please open the LanguageStrings file in Notepad.
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Do that for the entire file, then email me your translation to: and let me know which language you’re translating to. :)
The career works for me but if you have any issues, please don’t hesitate to let me know and I’ll do my best to sort it as quickly as possible.
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