DATE: September 2018
DURATION: 1 year full-time
These qualifications are aimed at learners interested in hospitality and catering. It is both for new entrants and also for those already working in hospitality and catering.
Especially convenient for the ones who didn’t get their A-Level or don’t want an academy route, this Hospitality Course could be considered as a Gap Year or an alternative route to university.
5 GCSE (A-C grade) however, each application will be considered on individual merit. Completion of at least three days work experience at Lakefield.
Morning 8:45am-12:20pm Practical Training Cookery
Afternoon: 1:00-5:30 Theory Classes
Mandatory Units(11 credits)
Plus Optional Units up to 26 Credit
Progression from the NVQ Level 2 course to NVQ Level 3 Hospitality Supervision and Leadership.
Successful completion of the Level 3 course at Lakefield has led our graduating students to the following university degree courses:
Selected students have the possibility of getting extra income by working for Netherhall’s Catering. These hours will be paid at the National Minimum Wage for the age group of the students.
Evening 6:30 8:00 Paid Work (optional)
Weekends. Paid Work (optional)
“They are keen to ensure you achieve your goals where they can, and get the most out of your selected modules
“The course was both challenging and rewarding. It was very practical and related theory to practice in a meaningful way which has encouraged continuous reflection, evaluation and improvement in my guidance practice
“The College has offered me a well-rounded student life to complement an exceptional course and department
“I have thoroughly enjoyed studying Hospitality Management and look fondly upon my time at Lakefield
2 Medals for ExcellenceCity & Guilds Best Student
The Craft Guild of Chefs
Cherry Grainger Award
Lion AwardCity & Guilds
Medal for ExcellenceCity & Guilds Best Student