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Chefs

About this career

£21,826

Median salary

New workers start around £9,518.64. Normal pay is £21,826 per year. Highly experienced workers can earn up to £31,840.84.

39

Jobs

Subjects achieved a 100% pass rate, including Maths, Further Maths, Physics, English Literature and Spanish.

About this career

  • Plans and co-ordinates kitchen work such as fetching, clearing and cleaning of equipment and utensils.
  • Ensures relevant hygiene and health and safety standards are maintained within the kitchen.
  • Supervises, organises and instructs kitchen staff and manages the whole kitchen or an area of the kitchen.
  • Plans menus, prepares, seasons and cooks foodstuffs or oversees their preparation and monitors the quality of finished dishes.
  • Requisitions or purchases and examines foodstuffs from suppliers to ensure quality.

Skills Employers Are Looking For

The number of unique job postings in your area that have listed this skill in the last year.

Skills

Job postings

Monitoring
58
Critical Thinking
53
Active Learning
49
Learning Strategies
48
Speaking
48
Active Listening
46
Reading Comprehension
41
Mathematics
38
Writing
36
Science
23

Introduction to the Hospitality Industry

  • Course code: IHI
  • Level: 1
  • Qualification: City and Guilds, Diploma
  • Awarding body: City & Guilds (C&G)
  • Duration: One year
  • Course type: Full-time

Patisserie and Confectionery

  • Course code: CPC3
  • Level: 3
  • Qualification: Certificate
  • Awarding body: City & Guilds (C&G)
  • Duration: One year
  • Course type: Part-time

Professional Cookery (Hospitality)

  • Course code: IPC
  • Level: 1
  • Qualification: Award
  • Awarding body: City & Guilds (C&G)
  • Duration: 24 weeks
  • Course type: FREE (Eligibility Applies), Part-time
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