About our hospitality and catering apprenticeships

With an apprenticeship you start working for an employer from day one. You’ll earn a wage while developing specialist health and social care skills.

You need to find your own employer as part of your application for an apprenticeship, but we will help you with this.

Hospitality Students

The School of Food

Formed in partnership by Josh Eggleton and fellow Bristol chef Adrian Kirikmaa, the School of Food is a unique vocational hospitality training programme for the chefs and restaurateurs of the future. Developed with City of Bristol College, the programme offers apprenticeships covering technical skills and all aspects of the industry including HR, finance and management.

The School of Food gives apprentices access to the best kitchens and industry leaders in the South West to nurture their passion for cooking and hospitality and help combat a skills shortage in Bristol and the surrounding area. 

Why study a hospitality and catering apprenticeship?

Many of our apprentices study at college towards a recognised qualification. This means you will get a great mix of theoretical and on-the-job training.

You’ll get paid a wage and have paid holidays.

As long as you are 16 or over, have lived in the EU for three years, you are eligible to apply.

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