If you would like to work in large kitchens such as schools, hospitals, armed forces, care homes or high street casual dining or pub kitchens, then this apprenticeship is ideal for you. You will learn kitchen operations techniques, nutritional information, how to communicate with colleagues and customers and how to contribute to individual, team and organisational success.
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You would like to work in large kitchens
Functional Skills as part of the programme of work, you will also need an employer willing to take you on as an apprentice.
Employment in the industry.
Ben Ambridge EXECUTIVE CHEF THE LONGSTORE STEAKS AND SEAFOOD
Ben started his chef training at Fifteen Cornwall as an apprentice and studied a Level 2 qualification.
“The course covered all areas needed to equip me with the essential knowledge to enter a professional kitchen. During my course my lecturer nominated me for a City & Guilds achievement award and I won it out of everyone in the country! The presentation was at Buckingham Palace by Princess Anne. After studying I travelled the world with the skills I had learned. I settled back in Cornwall and have worked my way up to executive chef, overseeing three kitchens, where I write menus, train staff, work out the costings and undertake quality control of all sites. If you are
thinking about a career in the catering industry do it! You won’t look back.”
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