To become an apprentice in Ireland you must be hired by an employer.
Approach your potential/ employer and ask them to register as an apprentice employer.
Apprenticeship employers are formally approved by SOLAS in advance of employing apprentices. Apprentices get a formal contract of employment as part of their apprenticeship.
To find an apprenticeship, you can search apprenticeship vacancies on the Apprenticeship Jobs page. You can search for vacancies by location and by apprenticeship.
Your local Technological University may hold details of employers seeking to employ an apprentice.
Full eligibility criteria for the Chef de Partie Apprenticeship is available in the Chef de Partie Employer Information Handbook.
Full eligibility criteria for the Sous Chef Apprenticeship is available in the Sous Chef Employer’s Handbook
Apprenticeship is a fantastic way to get started in a career, gaining practical, on-the-job experience and skills while gaining a BA / BA (Hons) in Culinary Arts, which is a level 7/8 on the National Framework of Qualifications and is recognised internationally.
Apprentices complete their off-the-job training in a Technological University, for which they are required to pay a student contribution.
The amount payable is a proportion of the annual student contribution for students attending a full-time course in higher education. The student contribution is paid directly to the higher education institution over the four years.
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