FREE training course! 

Guaranteed job interview with a sector employer! 

  • Aged 19 and over? 
  • Want to work in the hospitality and drinks sector? 
  • Want to develop skills that employers look for when recruiting staff?
  • Want a guaranteed interview with an employer with vacancies? 

Serve up a great career!

Gaining the skills needed to work in the hospitality and drinks industry will open up a wide range of career opportunities.

Whether you want to work in a restaurant kitchen, café, or bar this free training course will give you an overview of working in the hospitality and drinks industry and teach you the skills and knowledge you need to apply for jobs in the sector. 

You will study a range of important topics and, on successful completion of the course, will be guaranteed an interview with an employer looking to take on staff to fill current vacancies. 

Whether you’re looking for your first job, returning to work or looking to change career, take a look to see what you’ll learn. 

What will I learn? 

The course covers a range of units necessary for working in the sector, including: 

  • Food Safety and Catering Level 2
  • Emergency First Aid, Manual Handling and COSHH
  • Preparation for employment
  • Communication and customer service skills
  • Drinks dispensary training
  • Interviews with employers for those completing the programme

How long is the course? 

The course is five days a week for two weeks. 

To have an interview with an industry employer you will be expected to attend all programmed training sessions and successfully complete the course. 

Where is the training held? 

Courses are held at college sites or in local community venues. 

How do I find out more and book a place on the course? 

To register your interest in the course: 

Tel:  01902 837191 /  01902 317710


Call in: Careers and Skills Hub, Wellington Road campus, Bilston, WV14 6BT 


This course is part of the college’s Into Employment programme funded by West Midlands Combined Authority to equip local people with the skills needed to work in priority sectors across the region and support employers who are looking to recruit new staff.