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Hospitality and Catering - Case Studies
Kim’s catering path to success
Kim’s interest in catering began from an early age when he used to watch his parents cooking. After leaving school he joined Henley College on a level 1 catering course. ... read more
Hospitality and Catering Team scoop medals at Welsh Salon Culinairé competition.
Our Hospitality and Catering competition team gained a record haul of medals when they took part at the Welsh International Culinairy Competition in February. The team, led by lecturer James Brooke, competed against colleges from the UK and Europe. ... read more
Burhan Ahmed Burhan Ahmed won a Silver medal at the WorldSkills UK finals ... read more
Congratulations to past Catering student Adam Bennett who is head chef at The Cross Kenilworth for retaining their Michelin star.
Charlotte Rawson Charlotte Rawson never thought that when she enrolled on the level 2 catering course at Henley College that she would be demonstrating her culinary skills to learners in Russia. ... read more
Hospitality and Catering students taste success!
Hospitality and catering students at Henley College enjoyed success at the NEC hospitality show competition.
The level three students teamed up with Peter Joyner, competition team manager for Elior - the company that runs Henley’s student canteen - who offered to sponsor four of the young chefs. ... read more
"I started life as a Chef at Henley College Coventry when I was 16 years old. After College I got my first job in a small two rosette restaurant near Coventry, (formerly Haigs Hotel) working one-on-one with the Head Chef Paul Hartup. This was a great start for me to work under a classically trained chef. ... read more
Anthony’s catering course at Henley College leads to worldwide career!
Anthony Estick was one of Henley’s first hospitality and catering students when the College opened in 1964. 50 years ago catering students studied catering, front of house service, bookkeeping and French. ... read more
Fancy being the next Jamie Oliver or Gordon Ramsay? There are over 250,000 chefs and cooks in the UK, with reports showing there is a shortage of skilled chefs. Maybe you could help fill that gap by enrolling on a catering course at Henley College Coventry.