The cake decoration work done at The Sheffield College has an excellent reputation, with competition successes at national level. The section is known for delivering excellent training that allows students to develop exceptional skills in their craft.
The level 2 qualification will build on the skills you have already developed at level 1. The qualification is aimed at those wanting to take on commercial work and will allow them to expand and stretch the basic skills and techniques they have already acquired.
This course will focus on understanding the practical and technical aspects of cake production and will give attendees the skills required to critically evaluate cake recipes and the tools to produce more innovative products. Typical attendees usually include those from craft and plant bakeries such as: production supervisors, managers, quality controllers, technical staff and those involved in NPD.Learn more
Cereal-based ingredients are found in a wide range of food products. Understanding the origin and functionality of these ingredients is key to managing the cost and quality of products. This course will provide an excellent introduction to Cereal Science and Technology for the food industry. Whilst there will be a major focus on wheat flour for baked goods applications, other cereal ingredients will be considered during the course e.g. barley flour for human consumption.Learn more
Regular and effective training is essential if high standards of food safety are to be achieved and maintained. This course will provide participants with the key elements and skills required to be a successful trainer.
This qualification is aimed at those who want to develop practical training skills and is the minimum requirement for anyone wishing to register to deliver CIEH qualifications (or other awarding bodies) in food safety, health and safety etc, in the workplace.
City & Guilds 2394–01 Level 3 Award in Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical Installations
This course will enable you to understand, and demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to carry out inspection and testing in accordance with the requirements of Part 6 of BS7671.
The training course is broken down into classroom and practical demonstration sessions. It will allow attendees to issue periodic and new installation test certificates. Previous electrical practical experience is strongly recommended prior to attending this course.
City & Guilds 2395–01 Level 3 Award in the Periodic Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations
This course will enable you to understand and demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to carry out periodic inspection and testing in accordance with the requirements of Part 6 of BS7671. This will include the completion of Electrical Installation Condition Reports following periodic inspection and testing of existing installationsLearn more
This course will help you to develop the essential, up-to-date knowledge and techniques required to professionally design, install and test electrical installations.Learn more
This course will provide you with an insightful background knowledge of legionella. It will enable you to successfully implement and manage a scheme to monitor water systems, ensuring ACOP compliance.Learn more