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Breadmaking and Bakery Techniques

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QEXCABA
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  • Is this course for you?
    • Are you looking to change career, but not sure if catering is a good fit?
    • Have you enjoyed watching the Great British Bake off and want to know how to do this for yourself?
    • Do you just simply enjoy cooking and want to learn new skills and recipes?

    If any of the above applies, then this could be the course for you.

    Our breadmaking and baker techniques course offers a perfect introduction to bakery skills and helps to solve common issues that may be currently impacting on your success in the kitchen.

    The course will also help you to develop skills and techniques that can be used across other disciplines and in everyday life, such as; effective proving of dough, accurate measuring and use of ingredients and knowing just how much “kneading” is enough.

    The course will also help you take the first steps towards a potential new career within the catering industry.

  • Required qualifications

    No formal qualifications required, although a keen interest in cookery and learning new skills is vital.

  • What skills will I develop?

    You will develop new skills alongside the opportunity to develop existing ones. The course will provide you with a variety of techniques that will help you to perfect a range of different breads and other baked goods. The course will provide bespoke opportunities and support you in learning to bake at your own pace and to suit your own personal goals.

    Alongside this you will develop your knowledge of health and safety that surrounds the industry and put this into practice within our working kitchen.

  • Careers

    You could look to join one of our full-time courses or explore other short courses (such our introduction to culinary skills) to help further your skills, knowledge and employability skills.

    You may want to put your new skills to use in the industry and seek employment. If this is the case you could consider jobs in:

    • Chain and Hotel Restaurants
    • Pubs
    • Cruise Ships
    • Armed Forces
    • Schools
    • NHS
    • Private Chef
    • Events or location catering/weddings

    Salary – You can earn on average between £13,000 and £50,000 a year as a chef in the UK.

    Your starting salary can vary because of factors like level of experience, training, location or the size of the company. Your salary as a chef will increase over time as you build your skills, knowledge and experience.

  • Work experience

    You will not be required to undertake work experience as part of this qualification, although the skills you will gain on the course will no doubt provide you with valuable employability skills that will support you in future employment within the industry.

  • English and maths

    You will not be required to study formal qualifications in English or maths as part of this course, although you will develop such skills as they are embedded into the qualification.

  • Is this course for you?

    • Are you looking to change career, but not sure if catering is a good fit?
    • Have you enjoyed watching the Great British Bake off and want to know how to do this for yourself?
    • Do you just simply enjoy cooking and want to learn new skills and recipes?

    If any of the above applies, then this could be the course for you.

    Our breadmaking and baker techniques course offers a perfect introduction to bakery skills and helps to solve common issues that may be currently impacting on your success in the kitchen.

    The course will also help you to develop skills and techniques that can be used across other disciplines and in everyday life, such as; effective proving of dough, accurate measuring and use of ingredients and knowing just how much “kneading” is enough.

    The course will also help you take the first steps towards a potential new career within the catering industry.

  • Required qualifications

    No formal qualifications required, although a keen interest in cookery and learning new skills is vital.

  • What skills will I develop?

    You will develop new skills alongside the opportunity to develop existing ones. The course will provide you with a variety of techniques that will help you to perfect a range of different breads and other baked goods. The course will provide bespoke opportunities and support you in learning to bake at your own pace and to suit your own personal goals.

    Alongside this you will develop your knowledge of health and safety that surrounds the industry and put this into practice within our working kitchen.

  • Careers

    You could look to join one of our full-time courses or explore other short courses (such our introduction to culinary skills) to help further your skills, knowledge and employability skills.

    You may want to put your new skills to use in the industry and seek employment. If this is the case you could consider jobs in:

    • Chain and Hotel Restaurants
    • Pubs
    • Cruise Ships
    • Armed Forces
    • Schools
    • NHS
    • Private Chef
    • Events or location catering/weddings

    Salary – You can earn on average between £13,000 and £50,000 a year as a chef in the UK.

    Your starting salary can vary because of factors like level of experience, training, location or the size of the company. Your salary as a chef will increase over time as you build your skills, knowledge and experience.

  • Work experience

    You will not be required to undertake work experience as part of this qualification, although the skills you will gain on the course will no doubt provide you with valuable employability skills that will support you in future employment within the industry.

  • English and maths

    You will not be required to study formal qualifications in English or maths as part of this course, although you will develop such skills as they are embedded into the qualification.

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