Interested in Becoming a Chef?
- Are you Irish (or legally living in Ireland)?
- Are you currently unemployed or working seasonally?
- Interested in food?
- Free for roughly the next 12 weeks?
You should take the School of Food’s new 11-Week Commis Chef Training Course!
I will be teaching this course alongside revered Irish chef Dermot Gannon of The Old Convent (located in Clogheen, South Tipperary – near The Vee!). Dermot has won numerous awards in the past several years for his inventive, delicious take on modern Irish cuisine. He’s a great guy to work with and learn from.
This course will equip applicants with the necessary skills needed for an immediate start in a restaurant kitchen. From week 7, the students will spend one day per week working in the industry under one of our roster of great local chefs.
Oh… I forgot to mention: it’s fully funded (we are operating in conjunction with Taste 4 Success Skillnet) which means successful applicants will have to pay €0! We’ll even buy their uniforms. It’s a great course to take if you’re wondering if a career in food is right for you.
At 11 weeks, the students will be professional-kitchen- ready. They will have attained a transferable skill, a certification (QQI Level 4 Equivalent) and all the necessary safety/sanitation training.
If you’re interested in this course – or know someone who might be – click on the link here, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a ring at 056 775 4397. We’d love to meet with you!
Listen here to my radio interview with KCLR 96FM for more info (starting at minute 20).
*Classes start on February 26th.