Catering & Hospitality
If you think the exhilarating, creative and demanding world of professional kitchens is for you, we have a range of expertly-taught courses that will help turn your passion for food into a career.
On our catering and hospitality courses, you'll learn in our state-of-the-art industrial kitchens, and test your skills in our fine dining Phoenix restaurant. Train as a chef with us and you could follow in the footsteps of our past students who are now working in 5-star hotels and Michelin starred restaurants.
- Award in Professional Bartending (Mixology) (Level 2) Programme
- Certificate in Food Preparation and Food Service (Level 1) Programme
- Certificate in General Food and Beverage and Patisserie/Confectionery (Level 1) Programme
- Certificate in General Food and Beverage Service Skills (Level 2) Programme
- Diploma in Culinary Skills (Level 2) Programme
- Hospitality Explorer Course Programme
- Learn to Cook French Food Programme
- Learn to Cook Quick Healthy and Cheap Meals Programme
- Learn to Make Sweet and Savory Pastries Programme
- NVQ Diploma in Professional Cookery (Preparation and Cooking) (Level 3) Programme
- Wine and Cheese Tasting Course Programme
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Catering and bar managers
Restaurant and catering establishment managers and proprietors
Kitchen and catering assistants
My time at Lewisham College was very important. It gave me the set of skills I needed to develop into the chef I am today. I’d like to say a big thanks to all of my college lecturers.
I’ve really enjoyed my apprenticeship, especially my sessions with my assessor who has given me great encouragement.
My experience as a young chef and apprentice has been very exciting. It has informed me on how things run in a kitchen and has definitely broadened my knowledge and skills.
I really enjoy being able to work within a team during busy service as well as learning new practical skills. It’s also great to meet with my assessor and track my progress with her. It means that I always know where I’m at in regards to my apprenticeship.