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Food Preparation & Cooking NVQ2
Qualification Name:NVQ In Professional Cookery (Level 2)
Course Name:Food Preparation & Cooking NVQ2
Course Code:ADRF
Centre:Wembley Park
Applies to:School Leavers and International Students
Availability:Part Time Day (Monday - Friday Varies each day between 9am - 5pm)
Part Time Evenings (Thursday 3pm - 9.30pm)
Start Date:

Who is this course for?
This course is for you if you are furthering you skills and have completed NVQ level 1 food preparation & cooking or have the relevant industry experience. This modular course covers all aspects of professional cookery, food and beverage service, bakery, patisserie and food hygiene. All practical work is carried out in the college's purpose built kitchen and restaurant.

What are the entry requirements?
You will have an NVQ Level 1 in food preparation & cooking or relevant professional experience as well as clear commitment to catering. You will be assessed on your English and Maths skills at interview. Induction is taken very seriously at this college. Learners will follow a five week induction programme where their suitability for the level and type of programme they are hoping to be on will be assessed. Successful completion of the induction period will confirm their place on a programme. Induction is taken very seriously at this college. Learners will follow a five week induction programme where their suitability for the level and type of programme they are hoping to be on will be assessed. Successful completion of the induction period will confirm their place on a programme.

After applying you will have an interview to determine which course is suitable for your needs and abilities.

  • Minimum English Level: Level 1

  • Minimum Maths Level: Entry 2

What qualification will I receive?
You will receive on completion of all course work NVQ 2 in Food Preparation and Cookery.

Where can it lead?
You can go on to study NVQ level 3 Food preparation & cooking if your skills & literacy are to the required standard or it can lead into employment.

What will I study?
Subjects you will study in food preparation and cookery - practical and theory. Practical takes place in the training kitchen, this covers, meat, fish, soups, sauces, pastry making, hot & cold desserts & vegetable preparation & cooking.

How will I be taught?
You will attend practical skills sessions & theory classes & portfolio sessions.

How will I be assessed?
You will be assessed by continuous practical assessment & on line tests under exam conditions.Portfolio evidence.

What support is available while I am on the course?
Students are supported by their tutor through the duration of the course. The College's extensive learning resources are available to all learners. There is substantial language support for students whose first language is not English.

What will it cost?

This course fee is charged annually

Full Time Overseas FeesUp to £4500*
UK Home FeesUp to £2060*

Students aged between 16-18 will be charged a £20 resource fee, plus material courses if applicable.

On income-based benefit? You could study for only £30.

Cost & Availability - Please be aware that certain courses are not subject to concessions.

Additional Fees:

Some courses will incur an observation charge or charge for materials.

*Please note that fees are subject to change at any time. Please contact us on 020 82085050 for the latest information.

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The College reserves the right to vary any aspect of the details of this course and qualifications

 
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