Key to development

Key to Apprenticeships students training with Aigburth Training Opportunities (ATO) took part in a cook-off as part of a special Teaching Liverpool to Cook Campaign.

The group cooked alongside chefs in the sun-filled Isla Gladstone conservatory in Stanley Park, creating a delicious chicken stew. As well as gaining cookery skills, the students discovered ways to reduce food waste.

The workshop developed their skills in food preparation which will be useful for working in children’s nurseries in the future, which many of the students aim to do.

ATO arranged the workshop as a part of their students’ Key to Apprenticeships childcare course. Many young people complete this course after leaving school at 16. They then progress onto childcare apprenticeships, employed by nurseries and by schools.

ATO is a local training provider that has an excellent record of supporting its apprentices to progress into university.

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