Business, Accounting & Management

FdA Culinary Arts and Management

  • Day release
  • Minimum 2 years
  • Enrolment date: end of August (the course starts in September)
  • Admission enquiries: Middlesbrough College 01642 296600
  • Fee for UK/EU students (from Sept 2016 entry): £3,950 (120 credits)
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  • E: businessschool@tees.ac.uk
 

This is an award of Teesside University delivered in partnership with Middlesbrough College (call 01642 296600). The course runs at the College.

This course is ideal if you want to develop a career in kitchen management and gain a work-related qualification. It is also relevant if you have already got experience in kitchen management and want to develop your skills. A good level of practical kitchen skill is required in order to gain maximum benefit from this programme.

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What you study

You will gain a combination of management, educational, technical and practical skills. You can be entered for City and Guilds Level 3 practical qualifications.

How you learn

Practical demonstrations are given in a training kitchen and you will prepare dishes and record evidence in your portfolio. Theory lessons are delivered through a variety of methods including interactive presentations, lectures, group discussion and case studies. Self-study gives you the opportunity to cover a wider range of learning.

How you are assessed

Assessment is through a variety of methods. Practical work is assessed through a portfolio of evidence which includes observation, diary entries, underpinning knowledge questions and photographs of dishes produced. Theory subjects are assessed primarily through written assignments and reports.

Career opportunities

You can greatly enhance your career prospects in the field of kitchen management. Also, if you are successful, you may progress to the BA (Hons) Hospitality Management by studying top-up modules.

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