This short, interactive course is the perfect introduction to wines for consumers, enthusiasts and anyone in the industry who wants to increase their knowledge and perhaps gain a qualification. The course explores principal grape varieties and their characteristics, different styles of wine and methods of production. You will also learn how to taste and describe the flavour of a wine and match it with food, and you will find out how to store and serve wines. The course follows the syllabus of the Wine and Spirit Education Trust Level 1 Award and you may take the award if you wish, for which an assessment fee will be charged. The course fee includes all wines, food and a workbook.
COURSE CODE: 1480KW3A02
START DATE: Wednesday 24th June
END DATE: Wednesday 15th July
TIMES: 6pm – 8pm
TUTOR: Pawel Kulon
ROOM: Training Restaurant, Highlands College
ENQUIRIES: email@example.com or call: 608655
Are you a HR Professional? Do you have a passion for teaching others? Do you want to give something back to your profession?
We are looking to recruit enthusiastic Part-time Lecturers on our Human Resource Management programmes to join our team and maintain our 100% success rate
Levels range from Foundation to Post Graduate Degree and hours and activities vary; weekdays, evenings, weekends, group workshops, individual tutorial and assessing practical and written work
You would need good hands on industry experience
For more information on what’s involved and an informal discussion contact Jan Channing email: Jan.Channing@highlands.ac.uk or call 608705
Lucie Marie Holt who graduated from our Foundation Degree in Art & Design in 2012, will be showcasing her work on the streets of France later this month. Lucie has been picked by the Forum des Arts to take part in their three-day arts festival in Saint-Malo and will be joining hundreds of amateur and professional artists from all over France. Congratulations Lucie!
New part-time leisure summer courses are OUT NOW! The full programme is available on our website, from Pottery to Photography, Burlesque to Reflexology, there really is something for everyone. Click now to find out more http://courses.highlands.ac.uk/adult-education/ or call us on 608655
Check out our new look Stakeholder Newsletter HighlandWide with lots of interesting articles, a must read! 16182 Highlands-Highland Wide Newsletter WEB
A team of top chefs from Jersey and Guernsey competed in the ultimate inter-island culinary challenge this week and Jersey were triumphant!
The two teams were tasked with creating a culinary feast from a mystery basket for 55 covers per team. They had to impress a discerning group of diners, including a judging panel of top London chefs; Henri Brosi, executive chef at The Dorchester, Paul Gayler MBE, executive chef at The Lanesborough Hotel and Andrew Bennett MBE, food and beverages manager at The Sheraton in Park Lane.
Thanks to Freedom Media for producing the following videos.
The Jersey Team headed up by Guy Owen from Tiffin Jersey included some of the best professional chefs as well as one of our very own Level 2 students George Goddard.
Jersey claimed victory for the second year in a row.
Congratulations to all involved.
Just £1750 and complete in only 6 months!
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 608706 now
For parents / guardians of all new full-time students on Engineering courses (Welding and Fabrication), Parents’ Evening takes place this evening at 6pm in the Technology Block, Highlands College.
This is a message for all male students interested in playing football for Highlands College.
There will be a trial training session at Oakfield pitch (opposite Hautlieu) at 1.45pm on Wednesday 10th September.
The trials are open to any male students interested in playing. Unfortunately, students that have had their 18th birthday before 1st September are not eligible to play in the local schools’ competition.
Please come dressed to play football. Moulded studs are recommended. Bring your own water.