At Wirral Met we are extremely proud of all that our students achieve, during their time in College, as well as when they embark on their chosen careers.

We are currently building a community of former students who are becoming a inspirational role models for others. Interested in signing up? You will have the opportunity to:

  • Reconnect and network with fellow alumni through our social media groups 
  • Share your story in the form of a case study
  • Become a mentor for our current students and share your experiences
  • Become a guest speaker at student events
  • Provide work experience and apprenticeship/traineeship opportunities

Become part of our community by simply clicking on the button below and entering a few details.

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If you have any questions with regards to becoming an alumni? Simply send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we'll get back to you. 


Meet our Alumni President, Paul Askew 

Paul Askew, Chef Patron of The Art School Restaurant, is one of the North West's most popular Chefs. During his time at Wirral Met, Paul studied a Hospitality and Catering Diploma that encompassed management, intuitional operations and culinary specialisms. After his time at the College, Paul worked in many hotels and restaurants, starting on a higher apprenticeship programme with De Verve Hotels. He then went on to develop his skills working in independent restaurants in New York, before returning to the UK and taking on his first Head Chef position at a country house in Cheshire. 

Paul then went on to open Liverpool's critically acclaimed The Art School Restaurant in 2014 which has won many awards and accolades, including being the first restaurant in Liverpool to make the Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants in 2017. Paul is also the Chair in the North of England for the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts.

When talking about his time at the College, Paul says “I think Wirral Met College helped me enormously when I decided what I wanted to do… I think the course that I went on gave me a fantastic foundation and background to what this mad industry is." [the course] "gave me the technical side, the underpinning knowledge of what you need to learn to be a successful chef or a successful maître d' of the future. If you’ve got a passion in your heart and you’ve got a real desire to do this properly then the best thing can do is get on a foundation course.”


Meet some of our alumni community and see where they have progressed to


Want to become part of our alumni community?

Simply click on the button below and enter a few details to get started. 

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