LEWIS MCGARR COMMIS CHEF APPRENTICE FULLERS My achievements since becoming an Apprentice have meant that I have learnt a wide range of skills. I have had the opportunity to take part in three competitions both locally and nationally including: Toqued’or (Nesquik), Student of the Year Award (southern region) and Fuller’s Chef of the Year 2019. These have enhanced not only my CV but my knowledge and skillset. I’ve had the opportunity to run the kitchen in the absence of my Head Chef. I’ve learnt a wide range of knowledge and skills from my colleagues, Assessor and Lecturer at College - I am surrounded my industry experts. From what I have learnt, I have had the opportunity to tailor my own working style to a way that most suits me - individualising me as a chef. You are treated as an adult when you are an Apprentice and with this comes great responsibility.
MARTHA HUNTER JUNIOR CONTENT PRODUCER SPECSAVERS The course covers everything I wanted to study and haven’t had the chance to before so it was an easy choice. All the modules fit perfectly with my different responsibilities at work. It is great to learn something in the classroom and then put it into practice at work. As I learn more it’s giving me the confidence to implement these new skills in the workplace. It’s also great to get a broad overview of the sector as you decide what area you want to specialise in later. It’s nice to be in a classroom environment and bounce off my classmates. If you want to learn something new and are willing to learn then definitely go for it, no matter what age you are.
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