You will need a minimum of: Entry Certificate or 2 GCSEs grade E/2 - G/1 including English and maths.
Over the course of the year you will develop skills in how to prepare and cook food, using methods and techniques such as; boiling, poaching, steaming, stewing, braising, baking, roasting, grilling, and deep and shallow frying.
You will be able to practise these skills in our fully-equipped kitchens and fully-functioning restaurant at our Station Plaza campus. You will be able to get to know the types of equipment used in a professional kitchen, while gaining a thorough understanding of the importance of food safety and health and safety in the kitchen. You will also be able to practise key skills in food and beverage service.
The units you will cover are:
During this one-year course you will be able to put all your flair and passion for food into practise while learning skills in food preparation, cooking, and food and beverage service.
Your assessment during the course will be split into 70% practical tasks, 20% coursework assignments, and 10% exams. Practical tasks are observed and assessed in the college restaurant. There will also be presentations and question papers on topics within the qualification.
The course is an excellent starting point for further training or courses such as the Level 2 Hospitality and Catering course.
You may also look to start your career in the industry in food service or counter service roles, or as food preparation staff.
During the course you will be required to wear a uniform, which will cost approximately £220. You may also have the opportunity to visit a number of catering and cooking events which may incur additional costs.
|Course name||Foundation Study Programme in Professional Cookery & Hospitality|
|Campus||Station Plaza Campus|
|Duration||36 week (s)|