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Pathways are made up of courses focused on future careers or further education opportunities

Having worked in the catering industry, staff can give a professional insight into what it takes to succeed in the world of catering and hospitality.

Students are able to apply their skills through preparing and serving food from the on-site restaurant, working with local employers and attending demonstrations with local chefs.

  • Corporate Caterer
  • Hotelier
  • Chef
  • Hospitality
  • Events Manager
  • On-site restaurant
  • Professional preparation kitchen

Career Prospects

This pathway could lead to many career opportunities


Catering and bar managers

Annual pay

The workforce is projected to contract by -8% over the period to 2024, losing -5,539 jobs. In the same period, 30% of the workforce is projected to retire, creating 21,390 job openings.

Role description

Catering and bar managers plan, direct and co-ordinate the catering and bar facilities and services of licensed premises, factories, shops, theatres, educational premises and other establishments. They also manage outside catering businesses and shops selling food cooked on the premises.

What's next?

Step 1 Apply

Once you apply, you will have an interview to discuss your chosen pathway

Step 2 Interview

At your interview, the tutor will discuss the entry requirements for each level and course. This is also your opportunity to make sure that this pathway meets your goals and ambitions.

Courses at Canterbury College

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