You will gain an introduction to working in catering and develop life skills through the year. You will study either Entry 1 or Entry 2 depending on your starting point. Units include healthy eating, preparing a meal, making cakes to sell, preparing food and personal care and hygiene.
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Our Catering learners were paid a visit by Alex and Gavin who are both chefs in the Royal Navy. They gave demonstrations and talked about life at sea as a chef in the armed forces. Click here to learn more about our hospitality and tourism department, there is still time to enrol on some of our […]
This approved qualification has been specifically developed and is fully compliant with industry and regulatory standards, as well as being recognised by environmental health practitioners, auditors and other enforcement officers.
An Engage Training course
An Engage Training course
This course is for those interested in a career within the hospitality industry. You will complete 10 units throughout the year. Modules include: The principles of food safety supervision, Legislation in food and beverage service, and principles of supervising customer service performance in hospitality, leisure, travel and tourism.
We were delighted to welcome 7 budding chefs under 16 years of age to the College to take part in the local final of Springboard’s FutureChef competition, having qualified from heats held in their schools. The young chefs, representing y Dderwen, Y Pant, Porthcawl, Cwm Tawe and Llangatwg schools prepared a two course meal for two […]
If you are interested in a career within the Catering and Hospitality Industry, this course meets those needs. You will develop the skills and knowledge required to progress into or within employment and/or continue your studies in the vocational area of hospitality.
The Accredited Certification Scheme (ACS) consists of a range of work categories within the UK gas industry. Candidates would normally undertake a ‘core’ assessment followed by one or more appliance or specialised assessments. For candidates working in two or more of the above sectors, changeover assessments are available to avoid being reassessed in common areas where competence has already been proven.
This course includes an Entry Level 3 Diploma in Vocational Studies – Hospitality which is a nationally recognised qualification. Modules include: customer service in the hospitality industry, healthy living, basic cooking and serving food and drink. Progress to other further education courses at Level 1 in related vocational subjects.