Hospitality & Catering
If you enjoy working front of house and are looking to progress your career to supervisory or management level, our level 3 Food & Beverage Service Supervision course is ideal. You will learn through a combination of practical and theoretical units helping you to develop your supervisory skills in a range of areas including; staff training, customer service, food & beverage combinations, legislation, hospitality events, health & safety and wine preparation.
You’ll also be part of one of the best catering college’s in the UK with three Centre’s of Excellence and the only catering college to have two commercial restaurants both awarded AA college Rosettes, not to mention our very popular Academy Nathan Outlaw, where you have the opportunity to join his masterclasses and be taught from the two star Michelin chef himself. We also provide training and partner with many household names including; Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen, The Eden Project, River Cottage and more, giving you industry connections to help boost your career.
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You enjoy working front-of- house and wish to progress to a supervisory or managerial role within a hospitality environment.
four GCSEs at grade C or 4, including English and mathematics, or a Level 2 qualification in Food & Beverage Service or equivalent.
From a combination of practical and theoretical units which will be delivered in an excellent industry level environment. In addition to developing practical skills and barista skills, you can also learn how to prepare and serve alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, carve, fillet, joint and serve food, provide advice to customers on food and beverage matching, and supervise hospitality events.
To be assessed throughout your course through assignments, projects and practical examinations.
Developing your practical skills in supervising food and beverage service and learning the principles of promotion, catering, food safety, customer service performance and legislation in this dynamic industry.
Employment or university study such as our FdA Hospitality & Tourism Management.
Ben Stevens Director of Delicate Trade - Hospitality Business Development
The great thing about studying catering at Cornwall College is the huge emphasis on practical application as well as theory and classroom work.
Claire Winkler-Irons Trevenson Restaurant Manager
Claire has over 15 years' experience in the hospitality and catering industry, working as a restaurant consultant and then as part of the management team at Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Cornwall restaurant. Claire decided to turn her attention to the world of education and now runs Cornwall College's Trevenson Restaurant that is open to the general public, alongside a team of eight chef lecturers, delivery education and training from level 1 to foundation degree. Claire also has her own catering business, offering unique and bespoke canapes.
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