Production Chef Apprentice Diets 2 Go
We are looking for 4 apprentices! The Apprentice is expected to punctually arrive at work daily, prepare / cook a variety of products and maintain a high level of kitchen hygiene all in a timely manner.
Closing date: 30 Oct 2022
Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week).
Total hours per week: 30.00
Possible start date
11 Nov 2022
02 Dec 2021
Level 2 (GCSE)
Apprentice must be able to specifically follow instructions / recipes. As an apprentice chef you will be involved in all areas of the kitchen to ensure all runs smoothly.
These areas include:
- Stock control
- Health and safety
- General cleaning
- Food hygiene
- Food preparation
- Assisting sous chefs and head chef
Requirements and prospects
- Good communication
- Good timekeeping
Maths and English at C/4+ (or the equivalent).
Progression to Level 3 / full employment.
Things to consider
In order to progress your application, we will require you to complete additional paperwork and complete a BKSB assessment. The information will be sent via email if you meet the entry requirements set by the employer and linked training provider for the vacancy. Please check your junk mail whilst the vacancy is open.
Until we receive the above, we are unable to progress your application so please monitor your emails.
About the employer
Diets2Go LTD are a health food distributor with a current staff population of 18. We delivery fresh meals all across the UK and are based in Buckshaw Village / Chorley.
Applications for this apprenticeship are being processed by Runshaw College
Kirsty Gregory Gregory.K@runshaw.ac.uk
You will be working towards the following qualification / standard:
Production Chef - Level 2.
- Main learning objectives: The preparation, assembly, cooking, regeneration and presentation of food, procedures for the safe handling and use of tools and equipment, standards and operating procedures, personal development and performance, key nutrient groups, legal requirements
- Functional Skills - if required
- EPA (End Point Assessment) - Towards the final few months of the apprenticeship you will complete your End Point Assessment. This includes 3 assessment methods. These include an ‘On demand test’, a 120-minute practical observation and a professional discussion. All assessment methods will be conducted and graded by an independent EPAO
This Apprenticeship is completed within the workplace. You will be assessed through written work, verbal discussion and observation throughout your training. You will be given time by your employer to complete portfolio work, attend training, workplace shadowing and any other opportunities to develop your skills and knowledge.
Level 2 (GCSE)
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