Butcher Apprenticeship Level 2
This programme will allow students to work in butchery which is a highly skilled profession. Butchers display understanding about a range of meat species and the various techniques needed to process and produce products.
Benefits / Skills
Career ProgressionApprentice Butcher As an apprentice butcher you will weigh, wrap and display cuts of meat. In addition, you will cut or prepare meat to specifications, keep inventory of stock, and clean equipment and work areas to maintain health and safety standards. Progression opportunities Below are some Leeds City College apprenticeships you could potentially progress on to once you have completed this programme:
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Butchery is one of the oldest professions in the world dating as far back as 1272.
92.7% of apprentices who used our recruitment service would recommend it to a friend.
Butchery is considered a fine art, as they are trained in a number of special methods.
What are apprenticeships?
Apprenticeships are work-based training programmes designed around employer needs that combine a qualification and employment. This means that you’ll have the opportunity to develop your skills to match requirements through a mixture of on and off the job learning. Many employers now prioritise practical work experience when recruiting staff. By studying an apprenticeship, you get the best of both worlds, you can achieve a recognised qualification while gaining that all-important practical experience. Even better, you’ll earn a wage while working and studying, what’s not to like?
What are the minimum hours I can work on an apprenticeship?
Apprenticeships are usually a minimum of 30 hours per week to qualify for funding. There are some cases where this can be lower, however, lowering hours would need to be discussed and agreed with the college prior to enrolment.