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Bakery Supported Learning

City of Glasgow College

Venues

City Campus

Content

If you have mild learning difficulties, this course will help you learn practical skills in Bakery, Cake Decoration and Practical Cookery so you can find a job in the Bakery or Hospitality industry. The course is also ideally suited for school leavers who would like to work towards the successful completion of a National Progression Award in Professional Cookery at SCQF Level 3.

The course is delivered by fully qualified lecturers who have a wealth of industry experience and is structured to include a significant practical 'hands on' element as well as associated theory units. Practical units are delivered in our state of the art kitchens and bakeries where you will cover basic preparatory techniques and associated cookery processes used in practical cookery and bakery. Theory units are delivered in modern classrooms equipped with the latest Information Technologies (please see the 'What you Study' section below, for more information on course units).

The course will give students ample opportunities to bake a range of sweet and savoury pastries, cakes, cookies, muffins and donuts. Additionally, you will develop your knife skills in practical cookery lessons when making simple, nutritious dishes for family consumption.

Entry Requirements

English and Maths at National 2. You will be invited to a supportive pre-entry guidance session before we offer you a place. Entry is subject to successful interview.

Progression Routes

Bakery (NPA)

Start Date

August

Qualification

NQ

Study Method

Full time

Course Length

1 year

Department

Food, Events, Hospitality and Tourism

SCQF Level

3

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