A Production Chef will work as part of a team in an often challenging kitchen environment, reporting to the Senior Production Chef. The different environments a Production Chef may work in includes: hospitals, schools, care homes or pub kitchens.
Production Chefs will likely work with centrally developed standardised menus and recipes, where they will often produce food in high volumes.
Apprentices will learn about preparing, cooking and presenting dishes under tight time pressures, keeping a professional kitchen clean, dietary requirements, portion sizes and how to use specialist kitchen equipment.
Job Occupations: Production Chef
Planned Duration: 15 months (Practical period: 12 months, End Point Assessment period: 3 months)