• While formal education isn’t required to become a chef, the specialised knowledge and skills learned during professional cookery courses can serve aspiring chefs. Getting a qualification at college or an apprenticeship is an important piece of traineeship that gives chefs an outline of cookery.

    It’s vital to have combined professional experience and relevant qualifications. You can train to be a chef at Le Cordon Bleu London with our Grand Diplôme® or our Diplôme de Cuisine programmes which are globally recognised qualifications to be a chef. The Diplôme de Cuisine is a standard 9 month course or can be taken intensively as a 6 month course, and the Grand Diplôme® has a duration of 9 months. These courses to be a chef are taught by world class Le Cordon Bleu Master Chefs. 

    This allows aspiring cuisine chefs to learn logical skills for the workplace so that they are equipped to adapt to the ever-changing and demanding industry. You will also learn essential and intricate techniques and practices such as classical and contemporary cooking techniques, food safety and hygiene in the kitchen, personal kitchen organisation and management skills as well as food and wine pairing.

    Get Practical Work Experience

    Gaining hands on experience in a kitchen or work shadowing a chef is the most useful way to propel your career. Some even take up internships for example at Le Cordon Bleu novices can take up an Internship Programme as part of their Grand Diplôme® where they can get work placements abroad or in the UK in a range of hotels, food companies and restaurants. The programme also provides in depth interview and CV writing guidance preparing learners for a career as a cuisine chef. Aside from internships, aspiring student chefs are welcomed to participate in assisting the Master Chefs of Le Cordon Bleu during recipe demonstrations or at short courses which further builds up their work experience.

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