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Professional Cookery Intermediate Apprenticeship at Weston College

Course description

To complete this Apprenticeship you will be employed in a role such as kitchen assistant, cook or chef in large volume, fine and casual dining, or working in a range of cuisines, including craft, Asian and Oriental cuisine. An assessor will visit you in the workplace to support your learning, review your progress and check you are on target to achieve your qualification. You may be required to attend College one day per week to develop your skills and knowledge to become a top chef and hospitality professional. This Apprenticeship can open up a range of pathways within the hospitality industry such as craft chef (fine or casual dining), progressing to chef de partie, sous chef or team supervisor, and, eventually, head chef. You could also progress to a related Advanced Apprenticeship.

Entry requirements

In order to do an intermediate apprenticeship you must have an employer to support you. We have a number of vacancies available every week and are able to help you find an employer through our free recruitment service.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Weston College directly.

Last updated date: 19 May 2016

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