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Chef Apprenticeship at Hospitality Industry Training

Course description

There are two professional qualification for chefs and cooks, 'Professional Cookery' and 'Food Processing and Cookery.' They are both recognised as NVQ level two qualifcations. The choice of qualification depends on the type of kitchen, their menu, the skills required and their preparation and production methods. The variety of NVQ units enable chefs and cooks working in a variety of restaurants and catering outlets to achieve this professional qualificaiton. This NVQ is sufficiently flexible to encompass the majority of ethnic cuisine cooking techniques. These cookery NVQs allow you to train while you work, and there NVQ units to match your normal job role. The chef

Future opportunities

www.hittraining.co.ukIf you become responsible for staff as a shift leader, chef de partie, sous chef, supervisor or kitchen manager you could undertake the Hospitality Supervision Apprenticeship (Cookery option) or the Advanced Professional Cookery Apprenticeship.

Further information

Choice London and connextions website

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Hospitality Industry Training directly.

Last updated date: 20 May 2014
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