This course develops your skills knowledge and experience by doing the Level 2 Professional Chef’s Diploma. It builds nicely on the skills acquired at level 1 so you can start a career or aim for an advanced-level qualification.
This course is made up of fourteen units. In the practical units, you learn to cook meat, poultry, fish, sauces, stocks and vegetables. In the theory units, you cover topics such as health and safety, kitchen operations, and workplace skills. You also undertake the level 2 Diploma in Professional Food and Beverage Service where you will further develop skills gained at level 1, including silver service skills.
Working in our modern kitchens and restaurant and bar help you to further develop your communications, organizational, team working and interpersonal skills. Other gains include improved time management skills, the experience of working under pressure, and a degree of supervisory work.
On successful completion can take you to the City & Guilds NVQ 3 Advanced Professional Cookery course or the Level 3 Diploma in Hospitality Leadership and Supervision. Alternatively, you could enter the hospitality industry at a qualified operational level.
Applicants for a level 2 programme will normally have: at least four GCSEs at grade D or above and/or a completed level 1 award, GCSEs to include English and maths at Grade D or above or level 1 Functional Skills qualifications and willingness to study for an additional qualification in English and/or maths. Applicants will be invited to attend an interview and complete an internal assessment.
This course has been specifically designed for companies training their employees.
Banbury, OX16 9QA
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Duration: 1 year
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