Turning dreams of experiencing life in a professional kitchen into a reality, the second How To Be A Chef course for 16-25 year olds starts on April 24.
The 12-week programme will prepare a team of young people, particularly those who are not in education and employment, to be a chef in the modern food world. They will learn a range of skills, which will enable them to take on anything from cooking in a high-end restaurant to running a street market stall.
Students spend two days a week learning how to cook and one day a week experiencing life as a real chef in some of Bristol’s best kitchens. Square Food Foundation, an award-winning cookery school, are collaborating with Bristol24/7 to lead the free, accredited course.
Taster sessions for the event will be held at the Square Food Foundation kitchen on April 2 and 3 between 10am and 1pm. Register your interest here.
The Better Bristol initiative is a collaborative approach to creating positive impact in the city. Through projects like this one we can help create opportunities and improve people’s lives. You can find out more about Better Bristol at /www.bristol247.com/betterbristol/ and support projects like this one by becoming a supporter member.
If you have an interest in food and cooking, register your interest in the course at www.squarefoodfoundation.co.uk/how-to-be-a-chef
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