Hospitality and Catering
Production Chef, Apprenticeship
Production chefs work as part of a team in fast-paced and often challenging kitchen environments - for example, schools, hospitals, the Armed Forces, care homes and high street casual dining or pub kitchens. They report to the senior production chef or appropriate line manager.
Production chefs are likely to work with centrally developed standardised recipes and menus, often producing food in high volumes. They apply highly methodical organisational skills, energy, accuracy, and attention to detail and are mindful of the importance of sustainability and protecting the environment.
How will I be assessed?
You will do a knowledge test at each milestone meeting.
What could I do after this course?
On completion of this apprenticeship, you can progress to become a Level 3.
This qualification is designed for learners wanting to progress into a management or who want to own a business one day You don’t need any formal qualifications, but you will be assessed to ensure you are proficient in English and maths at Level 1. You will also need to be in relevant employment, but we can help you find this.
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