Chef De Partie
The role of a Chef De Partie is a vital role in any commercial kitchen environment. They will be required to run a particular section of the kitchen, either independently or overseeing a team of commis chefs in that area.
Having achieved a level 2 qualification the apprentice Chef De Partie will already have the relevant knowledge and experience of working in a kitchen. For the level 3 apprenticeship they will have chosen a particular section of the kitchen that they feel inspired and passionate about.
The apprentice will develop their skills in this area and learn how to manage the team, ensuring the area always remains clean and orderly and their team complete their roles in a timely way. The apprentice will be reporting in to the senior chef in the kitchen and will need to follow their instructions carefully to ensure the smooth running of the service.
12 months – 18 months
On programme support
- Dedicated Remit development coaches
- FUSE (online learning platform)
- EP (Electronic Portfolio)
We help our employer partners to understand and manage the cost of delivering relevant qualifications. Using available funding, we work hard to make sure we offer a cost-effective solution, with a demonstrable return on investment.
The apprentice will be assessed to the apprenticeship standard using four complementary assessment methods. The assessment is synoptic, i.e. takes a view of the overall performance of the apprentice in their job. The assessment activities will be completed by the independent end point assessor as follows: on demand test, practical observation, culinary challenge observation and a professional discussion.
Once each element has been completed the overall grade is determined by the independent end point assessor. This grade will be based on the combination of performance in all assessment activities.
Benefits to your organisation
- Our programmes are tailored to your organisation
- Our people become your people
- Reduced recruitment costs
- Increase productivity and positive impact on the bottom line
- Develop a skilled and motivated workforce
- Make hiring simpler and cheaper
- Flexibility and progression opportunities for existing employees
- Fill your skills gaps