Who is this course for?
Intended to further and develop 11 to 16 year olds’ interest in all aspects of food preparation and production in a fun environment. It would also qualify as a taster session for those who would eventually like to follow a career as a chef.
What are the entry requirements for the course?
11 to 16 year old students.
How long is this course?
A 4 week part-time course on the following dates:
Course A: 14.11.19 – 05.12.19
Course B: 23.01.20 – 13.02.20 – Currently Full. However we are taking names for a further course commencing 20.01.20 to 10.02.20
Course C: 12.03.20 – 02.04.20
Course D: 30.04.20 – 21.05.20
Time: Thursday 5.30pm to 7.30pm
What will I study on this course?
Cooking is a skill for life. This course includes all aspects of cooking breakfasts, snacks, main courses and desserts, with the opportunity to create your own spell binding recipes. Food safety and hygiene issues are also covered in games and quizzes.
What Qualification will I gain?
A Highlands College Certificate on completion of the course.
How is the course assessed?
As this is a non-vocational course no formal assessment will take place.
What does this course lead on to?
Further courses in catering skills either full or part-time.
How much will it cost?
£69 (including tuition and materials for demonstration).
Please note the fee includes ingredients needed for the first lesson and a list of ingredients will be given at the end of each session for the following week. Recipes will change for each course.
Please bring your own apron and containers to take food home.
Fees are non-refundable.
How can I find out more?
For further information please email email@example.com
Website reference: BUDC
Please note enrolments for all courses must be made a minimum of one week prior to the course commencing.