One lucky person has a chance to win a place on Cookery School at Little Portland Street's professional six-week course, Cook’s Certificate in Food and Wine. Completely free of charge the school are looking for someone who has a foodie dream with a social goal and needs help to realise their project. The course is based in London and starts in March 2020.
With a value of £7750, it’s a full-time course that sets participants up for entry into a professional kitchen. It’s a great opportunity for someone who has a socially driven idea but perhaps not the funds to initiative their mission. Apply by 4 February for a chance to win.
Sustainability is at the core of everything that Cookery School do and they see education in cooking as incredibly important in developing this, now and for future generations. From this base cooks and chefs will learn how to run a sustainable kitchen, reduce waste, work with the best and most ethically sourced ingredients. Ultimately, they want students who will engage and pass on their knowledge and passion to others.
SOCIAL VALUE: The Cookery School is looking for someone who has a food mission with social value that they are working towards, which the course can support and as part of the application you will need to tell them about your goal and the stage that you are currently at (it may just be an idea!)
AVAILABILITY: You must be available to attend all course dates in full across the six weeks (Monday-Friday, starting 2 March 2020 and Saturday 4 April)
CONTENT: You must help to provide content for social media, produced with Cookery School, including images, video and written content
YOUR STORY: On completion of the course communication between Cookery School and the winner continues for 12 months to track and share their progress and their own personal journey to achieve their goal.
Find out more and apply for the Scholarship in the Professional Cook's Certificate in Food and Wine here.
"Sustainability is at the core of everything that Cookery School do and they see education in cooking as incredibly important in developing this, now and for future generations"
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