HOSPITALITY & CATERING

Fancy following in the footsteps of Michelin-starred chef and former Solihull College student Glynn Purnell? Or becoming a maitre’d in the front of house?

Look no further than Solihull College where you can study the whole skill set required for a career in catering and/or hospitality.

We offer a range of programmes depending on your chosen career path, allowing you to learn on the job in the workplace – the best way to learn the tricks of the trade and from professionals already expert in their field.

We’ve got great links with local employers as well as businesses across the West Midlands and Warwickshire – including Birmingham and Coventry, resulting in many of our students being offered full time employment either during or at the end of their course.

Quotes from and about our students:
We have been working in partnership with Solihull College with regards to work experience and event management.
Working with the college is an integral part of our relationship especially within the business community and we thoroughly enjoy creating opportunities for young enthusiastic students and helping them with their development
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Joan Smith, Operations, Solihull Chamber of Commerce

“We have been working closely with Solihull College at Hogarths Hotel with regards to work placements, work experience and training sessions for a number of years. At Hogarths it is all about our team, they are the key to our success, we are very much about developing and training, investing in our people, working with the local community, schools and colleges offering work experience and bespoke apprenticeship programmes.

We have exciting opportunities for enthusiastic members of staff.”
Siobhan Chambers, HR, Hogarths Hotel, Dorridge

I thought this course was going to be really boring, it isn’t. I have been to Hogarths Hotel to gain experience in making cocktails and bar service, conference hospitality, cooked in the kitchen and we ran our own charity fundraising event Stand Up to Cancer. All great for my confidence and skills.”
Demi Tustin, current student.

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