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Apprentice Chef

Apprentice Chef

  • Location : Leicester
  • Wage £167 (per week)
  • Apprenticeship level : Intermediate
  • Start date : 18/09/2017
  • Closing date :
  • Working Week: Weekly Incl Evenings and Weekends
  • Hours Per Week: 30

Role Details

Description

Future Prospects


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

Address :


Broughton Astley
Leicestershire
LE9 6PT

Skills Required :


You need to have a keen interest in Kitchen Services Industry and be dedicated to working towards your NVQ

Qualification(s) Required :


No qualifications required

Training

Learning Provider : Lifetime Training

Occupation Type :

Job Role : Apprentice Chef

Expected Duration: 12-15 Months

Training Provided
Hospitality Team Member Apprenticeship - Food Production
Functional Skills in Maths
Functional Skills in English
Functional Skills in ICT

Company Description

Company : The White Horse - Broughton Astley
Company Website : http://www.whitehorsepubbroughtonastley.co.uk/

Everyone is welcome at The White Horse. We offer a varied and exciting menu, for all small or large appetites, in a proper pub atmosphere. Enjoy a cup of delicious coffee, or a pint of cask ale in our comfortable areas, with a great bar featuring a pool table. Our friendly staff are always ready to make your visit memorable.

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