Opening doors to careers in catering

In our video, presenter Joe Sugg visits River Cottage to learn about getting started in a career working with food

25 July 2014 / Be the first to comment

Do you fancy yourself as the next Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Jamie Oliver or Nigella Lawson?

 

YouTuber and presenter Joe Sugg went to River Cottage HQ in Axminster to find out what it takes to get a career in catering.

He chatted with apprentices, tutors and programme developers at the famous cookery school – and found out that an apprenticeship in catering can lead to a range of different careers. From being a restaurant critic to researching nutrition, it can all start from a basic education in working with food.

Hear more from the apprentices at River Cottage in our companion video.

Is catering not your thing? Watch the other videos in our #opendoors series. We’ve taken a look at a range of vocational careers, including media make-up, automotive engineering and IT.

Visit our YouTube channel to see more.

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