This vocationally-related qualification meets the needs of candidates who work or want to work as professional chefs in the catering and hospitality sector, allowing them to deveop and practise the skills required for employment and/or career progression.
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Units you will study
You will be assessed through practical skills, short-answer tests and assignments, tests and a synoptic exam.
As part of this course you will be required to attend an external work placement for total of 200 hours over the duration of your course, the awarding body determines the number of hours required to pass this qualification.
Fees for 2022/23: £3,065
In order for students to develop the necessary skills and competencies to the required standard, they will be required to carry out additional practical activities at home. The approximate cost of ingredients would be about £150.
There will be additional costs for professional uniform, safety shoes, course materials, educational trips and a professional set of knives.
Successful completion of Level 1 Professional Cookery, or at least 12 months working in the catering industry, plus English and Maths. An enthusiasm and passion for working in the Hospitality and Catering Industry is required plus a satisfactory reference for attitude, behaviour, attendance and punctuality.
On successful completion of the Level 2 Diploma in Professional Cookery with a merit grade, you can progress to Level 3 Advanced Diploma in Professional Cookery or Level 3 NVQ.
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Last updated - 02/11/2021