As the country emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, a new, fully funded course has been launched to address the skills gap and staff shortage in hospitality and tourism sectors in County Kerry.
The upcoming Certificate in Culinary Arts (Food Preparation and Cooking) starts on Monday, May 10th 2021.
The course is fully funded, so no fees are payable. It runs for 20 weeks full time and aims to develop a range of basic food prep, cooking and culinary arts skills.
Only Eight Places Available
This is a pathway course targeted at those who wish to start a career in the culinary arts, food preparation or progress to the National Commis Chef Apprenticeship Programme.
Each learner will be based in an industry standard production kitchen at Kerry College’s Clash Road Campus and will have their own workstation.
Apply here now: https://kerrycollege.ie/full-time-courses/food-preparation-and-cooking-culinary-arts-tralee/
https://kerrycollege.ie/full-time-courses/food-preparation-and-cooking-culinary-arts-tralee/ or ring admissions on: 066-71 49 696 to book in as interviews start tomorrow.
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