The 12-month programme is open to graduates, school leavers and entry-level commis chefs or those simply looking for a career change.
The programme teaches students core and advanced culinary skills to allow them to progress in their career as a chef.
The training will be provided by the hotel’s senior head chefs, the executive chef and consultant chef Stephanie Moon.
Kate Robey, head of learning and development at Rudding Park, said:
“In order for us to thrive as a hospitality business and continue to provide our guests with exceptional experiences, it is crucial we invest in the talent of tomorrow – today.
“Matthew Wilkinson, our executive chef and I approached consultant chef Steph Moon, who has a wealth of experience in tutoring in a number of colleges and is a familiar face on the Yorkshire cookery scene. We are extremely excited to launch the programme and nurture budding chefs so they can fulfil their passions, goals and dreams.”
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The trainees will work full-time and earn £21,870 through the year.
Students will work across all aspects of food production and delivery, spending three months in each of the hotel’s kitchens. Areas such as menu inspiration, planning and costing, butchery and supplier visits and food safety and hygiene are covered.