City and Guilds Level 2 Diploma in Culinary Skills
This qualification will help you become an experienced chef. You’ll gain a high standard of cookery skills and have the option to learn further workplace essentials, such as health and safety practices in the kitchen.
Gain a basic understanding of food preparation, cooking and presentation with this practical programme. The course develops practical and theoretical knowledge, as well as the skills needed in the hospitality industry. You will also be encouraged to actively participate in local events and undertake a work placement to gain valuable industry experience.
Students will be assessed by: Practical assessments Knowledge-based questions.
Who is this course for?
Units / Modules
- Food safety
- Stocks, soups and sauces
- Poultry, meat and fish
- Pasta, rice, egg and grain dishes
- Hot and cold desserts
- Pastry items
Benefits / Skills
- Develop a range of cookery methods for food preparation and cookery
- Learn correct use of kitchen equipment
- Understand health, safety and food hygiene practices
- Gain an introduction to workplace skills
- Level 3 qualification in professional cookery or patisserie
- Relevant employment
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Course Fee (16-18)
There are 41,219 jobs in Leeds City Region’s hospitality and catering sector.
English and maths will be built into your course if your current grades are below 4 (previous grade C).