How it works

Over three months you'll learn how to create 11 different dishes building on the skills you've learnt already during Level one. We'll be taking recipe inspiration from our Gold residential Season It Cookery course in the beautiful French Alps, so many of our dishes we serve to hungry skiiers or have a French twist.  Learn how to make a traditional Tartiflette or Pain Perdu (french toast). Throughout the course there is a mixture of written and video instruction. On the final two weeks, you'll put your skills to use by creating a three course menu plan of your choice then cook it for friends or family.  This can be using any of the dishes from either level one or two or something entirely different.  

We ask for photo evidence of your 11 dishes and a meal plan with timings for your three course meal.  Once we have this and your eDofE number we can submit your assessor report.

We are on hand in the kitchen for any questions or support along the way just email us.

what's on the menu?

Throughout the course you'll whip up these delicious dishes and treats..

  • Blue cheese, bacon and walnut salad with a hollondaise sauce.
  • Seeded loaf
  • White chocolate cookies
  • Mushroom risotto
  • Creme brulee
  • Chocolate truffles
  • Salmon blinis
  • Gazpacho
  • French toasts with a red berry and basil compote
  • Red and yellow pepper soup
  • Traditional Savoyarde Tartiflette

Level Two Season It Cookery

As an AAP we can submit your assessor report on completion and will be on hand by email through your journey.

Why choose us for your skills section

Enrol with us and we will help you develop your skills and grow in confidence and ability.

  • suitable for progressing cooks and as a follow on from level 1

  • As a Licensed AAP we can be your assessor for your skills section

  • Certificate issued on completion along with your assesor report

  • Suitable for Bronze and Silver award skills section and if combined with level one will count toward your Gold skills section