Career for people with learning disability
During their courses, the students learn new skills to do with working in a kitchen; cooking and hospitality. We believe that this has the possibility to help them in their search of a career, with 94% of adults with physical and learning disabilities who are unemployed, we think that we can do something about that.
Our students do both practical and written work. This is important to us as the practical work gives them a hands-on approach to being in a kitchen, the paces and the procedures. Whereas the written work gives them the ability to quiz themselves and remember all of these things.
Day Out during our course
Hard work never goes unseen, as our students are constantly showing progression and success - we like to reward them every 6 weeks with a Day Out, usually this is Cookery Related. We have previously been to Domino's, The Hallmark Hotel - Warrington, The Scotch Beef Shop, The Cheese Factory. All of the trips which we plan, we try to engage the students to learn about the module which they are currently focusing on.
We offer a number of workshops and Bespoke Courses to fit all needs and availability.
You will have:
- Lunch Provided
- Transport Provided
- Uniforms Provided
- Direct Payments Welcome
The courses are not suitable for people with severe disabilities who would struggle holding knives/kitchen tools.