Professional Food & Beverage Service
If you are looking for a career in the food and beverage industry and would like to gain key skills to deliver a great dining experience in this often fast paced environment, our dedicated level 1 course will give you the vital knowledge you need to succeed. You will learn about constructing attractive menus, processing payments & bookings, become competent in barista and bar skills and learn about the hospitality & catering industry. This very practical course is the ideal starting point for anyone looking for a great rewarding career in front of house service.
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 are looking for all-round training in professional food and beverage service.
three GCSEs at grade D or 3, including English and mathematics, or an equivalent qualification. Some work experience in the industry is helpful.
How to provide food and beverage services, understand and construct menus, process payments and bookings, and prepare and serve hot drinks.
To be assessed throughout your course through assignments, projects and practical examinations.
Learning the skills, and art, of making the service of food and drinks look easy.
Further studies on our Professional Food & Beverage Service City & Guilds Diploma Level 2, or an apprenticeship.
James Defreitas Professional Cookery
"Studying Professional Cookery at Cornwall College has been great, I have enjoyed meeting new friends and gaining experience in the catering industry. The facilities are really good and I have learnt to be much more confident in myself and what I am doing. Next year I plan to move onton a higher level course at the College and continue my learning."
Mark Devonshire Chef Lecturer
After having spent over a decade working for Rick Stein at the Seafood Restaurant in Padstow, Mark took on the role as senior tutor at the Padstow Seafood School, further developing his teaching and management skills. He took these to the next level when he set up a cookery school in Worcester on a working farm at Eckington Manor; however, after working away for a time, the pull of Cornwall became too much and Mark returned to join the chef lecturing team at Cornwall College.
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