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Professional Cookery and Front of House (Level 5)

Glasgow Kelvin College

Venues

East End Campus, Easterhouse Campus

Content

The Hospitality industry offers a varied, exciting and sustainable career. You could become a Chef in the army, cruise ships, oil rigs, restaurants and hotels all over the world. In Scotland there is a lack of highly trained chefs meanwhile the sector continues to grow, which provides Chefs an ideal job market, career opportunities and progression.

Content:
Meal Production and Design, Working Safely, Food Hygiene in the Hospitality Industry, Food Preparation Techniques, Cold Preparations, Stocks and Sauces, Meat and Poultry 1, Pastry, Service of Food and Drink, Integrated Production Cookery 2, Hospitality: Organisation of Practical Skills, Employability Skills, Communications, ICT and Numeracy.

Entry Requirements

No formal entry requirements. Interview.

Progression Routes

NQ Advanced Professional Cookery (Level 6)

Start Date

August

Qualification

NQ

Study Method

Full time

Course Length

1 year

Department

Hospitality

SCQF Level

5