Trafford College is on the lookout for young people to join it its new Junior Chefs Programme.
If you have got a budding young chef in the family who has a passion for food and enthusiasm to cook, this free initiative will give them the opportunity to experience working in a kitchen, with real chefs, while gaining an insight into the world of hospitality and catering.
There are 16 places available on the programme which is open to 13 to 16-year-olds. The sessions will run for eight weeks starting on 24 February between 10am and 12.30pm.
During the final week, parents and guardians will have the opportunity to visit the college to taste some of the culinary delights produced.
Curriculum leader for hospitality Matthew Shaw said: “Hospitality and catering is an exciting industry that is constantly growing and evolving. This practical short course has been created to give young people an opportunity to experience working in a professional kitchen and hopefully it will help inspire the young people taking part to become chefs in the future.
“If you know someone aged 13 to 16 who loves cooking, wants to learn new skills or is thinking about a career as a chef, then this is the perfect course.”
The food produced in each session may be purchased to take home for a small charge of £3 each week.
To register your interest in the programme, please email firstname.lastname@example.org before January 31, 2018.