We provide a variety of cooking classes and workshops tailored to your needs:
- -10 week cooking classes, 3 hours each week: hands-on classes that cover basic cooking skills, food safety and hygiene, basic nutrition information so that you can prepare quick, delicious and affordable recipes. This course is a Level 1 accredited course and provides a foundation for a more advanced cookery courses
- -A 4 week professional cooking course (4 days a week) which provides you world class culinary training that provides the basis for a career in a professional kitchen combined with a high-quality 2 week work placement in the hospitality industry. At the end of this course, you will be receive one of the most prestigious and valuable awards in the hospitality and catering sector. We provide this in collaboration with leading cookery schools and the SW4 Restaurant of Lambeth College
- -7 week cooking classes for children in primary or secondary schools. We are able to provide you a one stop solution for all the cooking education needs in your school. Our classes are especially designed (lots of fun!) to ensure that children receive a basic skill for life: cooking and eating well.
- -Cooking workshops for adults, vulnerable groups or school children as required by the client.
- -Vegetables and Fruit Appreciation shows for primary school and nursery children. These shows ensure that children love their fruit and vegs.
We have students from all age but 40% of our students are aged 15-25 years old and a third come from low-income households. 25% of our students are in full-time education and 15% are parents with young children. About 15% of our classes have been provided to vulnerable adults.
Our course evaluations show that the course substantially improved knife skills, knowledge of food safety and hygiene, the ability to cook from simple recipes and our students’s confidence in trying new foods.
Good food is vital to good health and this is a real opportunity to help equip people with the confidence and cooking skills they need to be able to prepare healthy food for themselves and their families.
Susan Jebb, Medical Research Council Human Nutrition Research, Co-author of ‘Tackling Obesities’, 2007
– 2014 course graduate
– 2012 course graduate
– 2012 course graduate