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If you want more information about our Culinary Arts courses, come to one of our Culinary Arts talks in room V108 and V109 (first floor). The talks take place at
– Professional Chef diploma
– Hospitality and Culinary Arts apprenticeships
– Craft Guild of Chefs part-time courses (including patisserie and confectionery and professional cookery)
– Escoffier Grand Diploma
– Access to Higher Education
– Learner Experience team
– Careers team
– Aviation – Level 2 Diploma – V206
– Travel and Tourism – Level 3 Diploma – V218
We are now accepting applications for September 2020 – to apply, head to our courses section and find the course you’d like to study and add it to your basket to start your application!
The WestKing Victoria Centre is home to the UK’s leading School of Hospitality & Culinary Arts. We offer training in a variety of formats across all aspects of the industry, covering fine dining and banqueting, the hotel industry and airline industry. All our courses will develop your skills, knowledge and experience to get the most out of working in this exciting and vibrant sector.
Our Business and Professional Services courses teach students all the essentials of business, with the option to specialise in marketing, finance, entrepreneurship, human resources, leadership and management. In addition, we offer opportunities for students to meet employers, learn how to be successful, develop the right connections to become career-ready and gain work experience in Europe.
Our Travel & Tourism courses have paved the way for students to gain employment in this exciting industry, with many now working for Jet2, British Airways, Gatwick and Heathrow airports and many more. Not only do we assist students throughout their qualifications, but prepare them for the world of work, students progress to careers with travel operators, airlines and head offices at Heathrow and Gatwick. We work in partnership with ABTA, the Travel Association.
Our range of Access courses are for students aged 19 or over, who wish to return to education to prepare for a Higher Education course, but lack the necessary qualifications.