Become a Trainer

BECOME A CHEF NETWORK TRAINER - JOIN THE CHEF NETWORK PANEL OF TRAINERS


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The Chef Network Skillnet delivers professional development and up-skilling training and events for chefs in the areas of Business, Personal & Leadership and Culinary Skills.

We are currently working to create a panel of suitable trainers on an on-going basis for delivery of training in 2018 & 2019.


Below is an outline of the topics and areas for training.


We are also seeking proposals from consultants/service providers in a number of non-training areas (eg PR services), as well as training venues, to include meeting rooms, seminar rooms, demonstration kitchens and practical kitchens.


Companies or individuals wishing to be considered for our training or services panels, should complete the attached form and

  • email to info@chefnetwork.ie with the subject line: Chef Network Training Proposal / Or Chef Network Service Proposal (as appropriate)

to be considered for our 2018-2019 panel

 

TRAINING AREAS

Category 1: Culinary Skills

Foraging & Cooking with Wild Food

Fish & Seafood Skills

Preservation Techniques – Traditional & Modern

Pastry Skills

Cooking with By-Products

Plating & Presentation Techniques

Meat & Butchery Skills

Baking Skills (Sourdough baking)

Category 2: Business Skills / Personal & Leadership Skills

Leading & Managing People (QQI Accredited)

Cost Management & Profitability for the Professional Kitchen

Workplace Wellness for Chefs

Social Media Skills for Chefs

Tackling Food Waste

Team-Building & Culture Change


Category 3: Other (Services & Consultancy)

Facilitators

Moderators

Public Relations & Communications Services

Graphic Design

Web Design

Venues





Disclaimer


Chef Network Skillnet is funded by supporter companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnet Ireland funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills

The objective of this Request for Tender is to form / establish a panel of qualified training programme providers, from which providers may be selected to participate in a mini-competition for contract award for the design, development/customisation, accreditation, delivery of training programmes to the Chef Network Skillnet and its member companies, once specific needs arise.

We establish an open panel (which new providers will be added to during the year, subject to assessment), notify in writing to successful/non-successful, seek price quotations for each programme/course that happens, and award to successful provider or supplier in writing.

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