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Apprentice Chef - Griffin Inn - Widnes

Apprentice Chef - Griffin Inn - Widnes

  • Location : Cheshire
  • Wage £168 (per week)
  • Apprenticeship level : Intermediate
  • Start date : 10 Nov 2017
  • Closing date :
  • Working Week: Shift Work
  • Hours Per Week: 30

Role Details

Description

Future Prospects


Ongoing training and development encouraged by the employer which will give the applicant the opportunity to move on to a full-time job.

Address :


184 Warrington Road
Bold Heath
Widnes
WA8 3XT

Skills Required :


• Pride in delivering excellent customer service
• Good teamwork ethic
• Strong communication skills
• The ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment
• Organised multitasker
• Creativity and imagination for food presentation

Qualification(s) Required :


No previous qualifications required.

Training

Learning Provider : Lifetime Training

Occupation Type :

Job Role : Apprentice Chef

Expected Duration: 12-15 Months

Training Provided
You will be given on the job training in a working environment, where you will not only learn by yourself but by the others around you and how they run the role in which you will be joining them on. Your colleagues will be professionals in the catering industry and you will be able to gather a vast amount of knowledge through the workplace.

Company Description

Company : Griffin Inn - Widnes
Company Website : http://www.chefandbrewer.com/pub/griffin-inn-bold-heath-widnes/p1541/

An 18th century inn on the old Warrington to Prescot turnpike road at Bold Heath, once part of the distinguished Bold family estate. Close to the townships of Warrington, Widnes and St Helens, The Griffin Inn serves delicious pub meals and seasonal specials with fine wines and cask ales. Located on the old turnpike road from Warrington to Prescot in the ancient hamlet of Bold Heath, The Griffin Inn is an imposing 18th century pub restaurant with a fascinating history. Once within the estate of one of the region’s most renowned ancient families, the inn has played an important part in the history of the district for hundreds of years. The inn takes it’s name from the legend of a griffin that terrorised the villages of the Mersey Estuary from it’s lair at nearby Halton Castle, until it was slain by local blacksmith Robert Byrch, earning him the title of Robert the Bold. According to the folklore, as a reward the king offered him lands as far as he could stretch the hide of the dead creature. The cunning blacksmith cut the body into pieces and scattered them over the area that became known as Bold Heath.

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