- Four GCSE passes, two at grade D or above.
- You may be asked to sit assessment tests.
- You should be able to demonstrate a keen interest in professional Cookery.
You will progress your knowledge and skills in professional Cookery and learn how to produce restaurant quality food using a wide variety of cooking methods, techniques and ingredients. In the second year, students will gain practical knowledge of kitchen organisation, menu planning and wider understanding of ingredients and food presentation styles. Students will be expected to undertake a period of work experience during the course in a restaurant or hotel.
You will be assessed by the following methods:
- Written Exam
- Practical Exam