Hospitality accredited provider
Centre of Excellence for: Food and Beverage Service (Kilmarnock Campus)
AA College Rosette: Highly Commended (Salt & Barrel Restaurant) and Award (Inver Restaurant)
Ayrshire College offers hospitality, professional cookery, bakery, and tourism courses at SCQF level 4 to 8 across Ayrshire. We offer a range of full-time, part-time, and short and bespoke courses on our Campuses and in a variety of other locations and employer premises.
Our two main centres in Ayr and Kilmarnock have fantastic, modern, well-equipped resources including our training restaurants.
We work closely with a wide range of local employers, schools, and other partners, and are always keen to expand and develop new partnerships.
We have a strong focus on vocational skills and knowledge led by a team of highly professional and well-experienced lecturers and support staff. Most of our students work part time around their studies and we are always happy to support local businesses in their recruitment by advertising vacancies.
What employers say:
“Ayrshire College have always treated our business as a key partner with individual needs. They manage the relationship with Trump Turnberry pro-actively, keeping us informed of new programmes/initiatives/qualifications they are introducing. They promote our business as a premier hospitality employer in the local county and the are fully committed to delivering appropriate hospitality qualifications tailored to the needs of our business.” – Trump Turnberry
“We have formed great relationships with Ayrshire College and we are happy to provide support whenever possible. Ayrshire College also supports our organisation whenever possible. It is a pleasure working with the team and long may it continue.” – Ayrshire Hospice
“We feel the college are providing a very high standard of training for our students. They are also working with local industry partners and local JCP to ensure we have the right people signed up to the course with a genuine desire to work in the hospitality industry.” – Diageo