Duke of Edinburgh Award

What better way can there be to spend your gap year than to attend a residential course at the Chalet Cookery School and by securing a job during the winter ski season as a chalet host an cook?

The intensive week-long course takes place at the beautiful Chalet Amuse Bouche in Morzine surrounded by the magnificent scenery and clean air of the high French Alps? You will be tutored by experienced DofE instructors who will help you qualify for the Gold stage of the Award. You will also be taught the fundamental skills necessary to prepare you for a coveted seasonal role in the ski industry as a chalet host and cook.

Our aim is to inspire your thoughts and creativity through concentrated involvement with other people you don’t know to bring alternative views and challenges into your lives through …

  • Preparation
  • Training
  • Activity
  • Assessment

After finishing the course, you will return home with a range of useful skills and attributes you can use in real time in the culinary, catering and ski industry.

With our help we can help you achieve Gold standards in all that you do – not just the DofE.

If you would like to know more about the DofE aspects  of joining a Chalet Cookery School course, please contact a member of the Green Rides team on 0203 286 2218 who will be delighted to answer your questions; or alternatively you can speak directly to one of our experienced DofE instructors, Martyn Hanley on 0033 6 29 48 10 05

Please note: If you are a student taking part in the DofE Award scheme you can take advantage of £50 off the cost of a Chalet Cookery School course.

Be sure to book early as places are limited.

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