Malmaison launches Chef Academy

By Lauren Houghton contact

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The academy launches on the 14 July and will have seven UK Malmaison chefs teaching there.
The academy launches on the 14 July and will have seven UK Malmaison chefs teaching there.
Malmaison Hotels has partnered with HIT Training to launch the Malmaison Chef Academy which aims to have chefs from their hotels nurture young industry talent. 

The academy launches on the 14 July and will have seven UK Malmaison chefs teaching there. Each trainee will undertake a year long training programme covering four main kitchen sections; larder, vegetables, sauce and pastry. Trainees will also spend a few days at Malmaison Liverpool for coaching from Malmaison chef director John Woodward.

After completing the course of training the young chefs will have gained a recognised industry qualification from HIT training. Malmaison and HIT are also currently working together to start a national apprentice campaign to attract young chefs to the academy.

Malmaison’s director of People and Development Lindsay Southward commented: “We are extremely excited to have launched this campaign as part of Malmaison’s ethos is the fantastic food offering. This is a great opportunity to help nurture and develop young talent.”

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