Hospitality and Catering

Studying Hospitality and Catering at Weston College

Whether you're looking to run a restaurant, serve front of house, be a head chef or start your own catering business, we offer a range of courses that can help you achieve your goals.

We have two pathways to choose from:

Whichever route you choose you can apply below - start by selecting the course you're interested in.

It's not too late to apply for September start...

Why study Hospitality and Catering with Weston College?

Across the UK the hospitality sector is growing. The demand for skilled hospitality and catering professionals is high, and a qualification in this subject area could lead you to a successful career in the industry. 

The jobs available are very diverse. You could find yourself working in a commercial kitchen, a restaurant, a hotel, at an event venue, or one of the many thousands of other roles within the sector. 

You'll have clear progression opportunities. The hospitality and catering industry has plenty of progression opportunities. You can start at Level 1 and work your way up, opening up more opportunities and accessing the highest-paid jobs. 

Our courses are different. Through our links with the Chefs' Forum, and the amazing chefs we have on board with the School of Food, no matter which pathway you choose you'll have access to some great industry experts and guest sessions.

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What Our Students Say

Jordan Hinks, Professional Cookery


Jordan Hinks

“This course has varied and interesting, and I constantly learnt new dishes and expanded my skills”

Former school: King Alfred

Course: Professional Cookery

What next? Progressing to the Level 3 Diploma and then aiming to get a job on a cruise liner or in a high-end restaurant or hotel.

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