‘A Professional Start to a Creative Future’
– Kevin Warwick – Chef School Hermanus
Warwick’s Chef Training School was established in 1991, and is one of the fore runners in culinary training in Hermanus, South Africa, for young students who want to enter the hospitality industry as a chef.
Our aim is to prepare young and upcoming chefs for the fast growing hospitality industry by making them competent and confident in the basics of French Classic Cuisine and contemporary style cooking.
Warwick’s has an intake of students every six months, in January and July. With Kevin Warwick as principal, supported by his full time and part time lecturers, personal attention is definitely guaranteed for the limited amount of students who are accepted for each course intake.
Warwick’s Chef School is an approved centre to offer the City & Guilds International Certificate and Diploma in Food Preparation & Culinary Arts, which forms part of the course content. It is also an approved examination centre.
Warwick’s Chef Training School prepares students for the industry in their modern lab training kitchen as well as in a realistic industry related kitchen environment.
Warwick’s Class Room Function Venue
Warwick’s Chef School gives young students that want to be Chef’s the necessary practical and theory training required for the hospitality industry. While on course, students get involved in catering for functions at the school’s on site elegant 100-seater wedding and function venue. Here, the focus is on teamwork, precision and time management to ensure the best end results in successful functions and events.