The Diploma in Culinary Management has been designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills to succeed in your culinary career, whether you aspire to own a food business or achieve in a managerial position within the restaurant industry.
Le Cordon Bleu's Diploma in Culinary Management is a full-time course that focuses on advanced culinary skills (modernist / molecular / multi-sensory techniques), gastronomy, creativity (developing recipes), business and restaurant management (designing menus, costing, and managing supply chain). By the end of the course, you will be able to demonstrate your innovative ideas in the setting up and development of your own business profile.
The Diploma in Culinary Management emphasises innovation, creativity, and application of theory to practice.
4 intakes each year: Winter, Spring, Summer or Autumn
Duration: 200 hours over 10 teaching weeks & 1 week assessment
Diploma fees include: ingredients, learning materials
Hours per week: approximately 20 hours
Entry requirements: Le Cordon Bleu Cuisine or Pâtisserie Diploma or Grand Diplôme or equivalent culinary qualification
External candidates: please contact the school to schedule a meeting prior to enrolment. Please note external students will have to purchase the knife kit and uniform at additional costs (£630)
Please note that in order to successfully complete culinary programmes at Le Cordon Bleu students may be required to handle live shellfish, prepare and use veal stock, take part in practical butchery classes on beef, pork and chicken, and handle alcoholic beverages within a culinary context which may be specific to their programme.