OverviewCulinary Skills Intermediate (Level 2)
This course develops basic skills and develops you into a working chef.
Preparing and cooking a range of dishes using a variety of cooking methods, including Meat, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Desserts, Cakes and Biscuits Working in a live environment catering for the college restaurant and events
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Need to know
You should have 4 GCSE grades 9-3 or A* – D or equivalent, this should include English and maths. It would also be useful to have a level 1 in Cookery/Culinary Skills.
You must also have a keen interest in cooking and a passion for food.
How will I be assessed?
Once trained you will then demonstrate that you are competent to plan and cook a dish by yourself in a timed assessment.
There are also a short answer question paper to test your subject knowledge.
What will I study?
- You will be trained how to prepare and cook a range of food using different cooking methods.
- You will also be taught the theory of how and why cooking methods work
How will I learn?
You will develop your cookery skills and be able to produce food cooked in a restaurant environment.
You will understand the theory of how and why cooking methods work.
Preparing and cooking a range of dishes using a variety of cooking methods, including Meat, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Desserts, Cakes and Biscuits. Working in a live environment catering for the college restaurant and events.
What have students who have taken this course in the past progressed onto?
After completing this course, you can progress onto the Level 3 Diploma in Professional Cookery. This takes the skills learnt and then progress on to cooking complex dishes similar to working in a fine dining restaurant.
What are the expected employment sectors for this course?
This can lead to jobs working in as a commis chef in a Gastro Pub, Restaurant or Hotel.
Equipment and other costs
You will need to purchase the Chef’s uniform which includes a Knife set, safety shoes and digital scales. You will also need a note book and pens.
What additional work outside of college will I need to do?
You will cover a minimum of 30 hours work experience in a food related business or one of the colleges serveries. There will be trips and events arranged to visit Restaurants.
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