The Education Award at this year’s BAPTAs went to WhitePepper Chef Academy & Cookery School. The competition was tough and it has some serious contenders in the race, including Universities, language Schools and European funded organisations of every size.
“It takes great energy and empathy to try to inspire and empower on a daily basis. Our team is passionate and dedicated. The rewards in hospitality and education are also significant and we truly love what we do,” said Luke Stuart, Founder & Director.
WhitePepper are enthusiastic about elevating people towards achieving their culinary dreams, whether it’s starting up a food business or gaining entry into professional kitchens. Students can expect an inspirational experience, immediate increase in kitchen confidence and certain development in both a professional and recreational context.
Its professional programmes consist of a three step ladder, designed in a concise and comprehensive way that prepares students for the life in a commercial kitchen and assisting foodpreneurs in achieving their dreams and providing necessary life skills to Gap Year students. All graduates receive at the end of it internationally recognised qualifications in Culinary Arts.
Located in the heart of Dorset’s countryside in a historic farm courtyard, a trip to WhitePepper at Bere farm in Poole is recommended for those seeking professional skills and an experience that will fuel their passion. Luke and his multi talented team, including former Michelin Star Chef Mark Treasure, who encompasses all the experience and none of the ego, also extend their teachings for enjoyment in a diverse syllabus of Recreational Courses.