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Professional Cookery and Hospitality

West Highland College UHI

Venues

Fort William Campus

Content

There are many sides to the hospitality industry which is vital to Scotland’s tourism trade. Hotels, bars, restaurants, canteens and cafes require skilled chefs to prepare food but as any good chef will tell you, it is also important to understand the whole customer experience which includes front of house/reception, layout and the visual impact of the dining area to the final serving of food.

This intermediate course will allow you to gain experience and further develop your skills in several areas of the hospitality industry by focusing on food preparation and cooking, food service and customer services.

Entry Requirements

Relevant subjects at National 4 or 5 is beneficial. All candidates will attend an interview.

Start Date

September

Qualification

NC

Study Method

Full time

Course Length

34 weeks

Department

Business and Leisure

SCQF Level

5