Each week, master the art of preparing and cooking two recipes, using local, Welsh produce.
You will prepare a variety of canapés, starters, main courses and desserts. You will also learn to adapt recipes to incorporate different flavours and ingredients.
Session 1 – Induction and cookery demonstration.
Sessions 2-10 Practical, hands-on sessions, with course evaluation.
You may be working in the industry and feel the need to improve your skills.
18 years +
As you are working in a food production area:
- No jewellery or piercings
- No nail varnish or gel nails
- Minimal make up will be permitted.
Lecturer demonstrations, with hands on practical.
There will be no formal assessment.
Throughout the sessions, you will receive verbal feedback, along with helpful hints and tips.
Recipes will be provided, which you are encouraged to retain, in the form of a small portfolio.
You may be able to progress onto a Full time course.
You may choose to complete another short, no accredited course.
As you are preparing food, in a commercial kitchen, all students are required to provide:
- Industry approved hat (minimum Hairnet)
- White coat (minimum Apron)
- Closed non-slip footwear.
Ingredients list will cost approximately £10 per week.