Fees: Standard £ 195 Conc £0 Full £451
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This course is suitable for beginners and those seeking to have a formal qualification in the subject and want to work in the trade or start their own business.
Learners who wish to increase their skills in the subject for employment and/or personal development.
None but an interest in the subject and a willingness to learn. You will need to record your work in photographs and write out simple costings and other related information so you will need to be able to write in English at Entry 3 or above level.
"Make royal icing using raw edible materials Store royal icing to preserve its working consistency Position to create a stable surface whilst coating/piping/decorating Apply and dry a flat coating of royal icing to the boards to form a base for decorative techniques. Apply royal iced piping decorative techniques; straight and curved lines, dots and dashes, rosettes, create and fix off-pieces Create surface texture using simple tools and techniques Apply powdered food colours using dusting techniques to create shade and tone on dried royal iced surface Select a suitable container for food safety storage and transportation Produce a simple cost sheet and production timescale Evaluate and discuss the completed decorated royal iced boards Work safely and effectively"
Demonstrations, group work, practical and project work. Class instruction and one to one tuition. There will also be tutorials.
There will be homework set to support your learning and to ensure a successful outcome.
Your progress will be assessed by using your individual Learning Plan (ILP) and folder. Your work will be assessed and marked by your tutor and will be sampled by internal and external verifiers. Questions and answer sessions. Photographs taken as you progress
Begin to work in the business or for yourself or take further courses at this level or higher level 2 course with us or a FE college (tutor can advise).
Your tutor will advise learners about the “tools of the trade” you will be advised each week of what you need to bring. some materials and equipment will be provided. You will need to bring an A4 ring-binder with plastic sleeves.
Help with literacy or numeracy is available through the basic education programme and the ESOL programme offers help for speakers of other languages. Additional support can be provided for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Details of all available support can be found on our website (hfals.co.uk), in the Guide and the Student handbook, or from teaching or Reception staff.