Professional Chef’s Training that Offers Internship

Graduates often face the dilemma of finding satisfactory employment after finishing professional chef’s training. The reason being: lack of practical experience. The truth is that unless an employer is willing to take a chance on a Graduate, the lack of practical experience will remain an issue. This dilemma should be addressed when the prospective student has to make a choice between different institutes that give professional chef’s training. Doing one’s homework before entering just any institute for professional chef’s training is essential.

Prue Leith Chef’s Academy is an internationally acclaimed institute that specializes in professional chef’s training. This Gauteng-based institute was established in 1997 and offers prospective chefs professional training of the highest quality. Prue Leith also realized that training chefs without a adding a reasonable amount of practical experience to add to their CV will be futile.

Part of the professional chef’s training allows for internships in some of the top restaurants in the Cape and Gauteng as well as overseas in Ireland and the UK. In the second and third semesters of training, students are welcomed at top restaurants like the Saxon and the Grace Hotels. Prue Leith’s professional chef’s training is of such high standard that students are often offered permanent positions by the establishments where they do their internships. This is a wonderful way to start a career.