A pastries chef can create the most amazing masterpieces from flour, fat and liquid. These are the basic ingredients of the perfect pastry but the most important ingredient is the skill of a pastries chef to transform the mundane into the marvellous.
To become a pastries chef requires dedication and months of practice. Creating the perfect pastry is all about practice and dollops of skill. To learn how to become a pastries chef will require you to enrol in a pastry course.
The Prue Leith Chefs Academy offers a part time 4 month Diploma in Patisserie that will thoroughly prepare the graduate for an entry level career as a pastries chef. This course offers classic French training and modern techniques, as well as a comprehensive module on financial management so that a pastries chef will be equipped to make a profit from pastry items.
This course is very intensive from both a practical and theoretical point of view. It offers on-site training in our fully equipped kitchen as well as experience in the award winning Prue Leith restaurant.
All of the training is done by professionals who are experts in their particular fields. The City & Guilds IVQ in Diploma in Patisserie (7065) examinations are written alongside the academy’s exams. This means that all our pastries chef can seek employment both locally and abroad.
The Prue Leith Chefs Academy is regarded as on the finest training institutions in the country. The courses and diplomas offered here are of a world class standard and graduates are more than equipped with the skills and knowledge to be able to succeed in the competitive culinary world. If you want to train to become a pastries chef enrol at the Prue Leith Chefs Academy today.