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NWRC Chef Bootcamp ends with celebration Gala dinner cooked by the students

16 March 2022
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The NWRC Chef Bootcamp has ended with the participants cooking a seven course tasting menu for guests and employers.

It was a fantastic evening of celebrations for our Chef Bootcamp students. They were presented with a set of knives for all their hard work.

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<p>The Chefs are presented with a set of knives to celebrate to completion of their course. </p>

The Chefs are presented with a set of knives to celebrate to completion of their course.

<p>Johnny and Seana introduce the final course of the evening.</p>

Johnny and Seana introduce the final course of the evening.

<p>Carolyn and Eoin tell invited guests at the Gala dinner about the dish they have prepared.</p>

Carolyn and Eoin tell invited guests at the Gala dinner about the dish they have prepared.

<p>Chef Bootcamp student Johnny pictured with Leyonia Davey, NWRC Curriculum Manager for Hospitality.</p>

Chef Bootcamp student Johnny pictured with Leyonia Davey, NWRC Curriculum Manager for Hospitality.

<p>Darragh and Seana take their turn to tell guests about the seven course meal that was greated by the Chef Bootcamp students.</p>

Darragh and Seana take their turn to tell guests about the seven course meal that was greated by the Chef Bootcamp students.

<p>Gavin and Emmett introduce the first course of the evening.</p>

Gavin and Emmett introduce the first course of the evening.

<p>Sam and Shannon greet the invited guests at the gala dinner to explain about the dishes they have created.</p>

Sam and Shannon greet the invited guests at the gala dinner to explain about the dishes they have created.

<p>Family and friends of the Bootcamp students: Patricia Lynch, Shaun McGeehan, Sinead Millar and Katrina Coyle.</p>

Family and friends of the Bootcamp students: Patricia Lynch, Shaun McGeehan, Sinead Millar and Katrina Coyle.

<p>Karen Moore, Head of Quality Enhancement at NWRC, pictured with husband Harold, and Alison Milligan, lecturer, with her husband Gary at the Chef Bootcamp Gala dinner.</p>

Karen Moore, Head of Quality Enhancement at NWRC, pictured with husband Harold, and Alison Milligan, lecturer, with her husband Gary at the Chef Bootcamp Gala dinner.

<p>Michael and Eilish Quigley, pictured with Laurence Arbuckle, Business Support Centre, Sinead Hawkins, Business Skills Manager and Peter Weisner, Deputy Head of Business at NWRC.</p>

Michael and Eilish Quigley, pictured with Laurence Arbuckle, Business Support Centre, Sinead Hawkins, Business Skills Manager and Peter Weisner, Deputy Head of Business at NWRC.

<p>Lecturer Lisa Hannigan, Curriculum Manager for Hospitality Leyonia Davey, and Lecturer Rachael Burns pictured at the Chef Bootcamp Gala Dinner.</p>

Lecturer Lisa Hannigan, Curriculum Manager for Hospitality Leyonia Davey, and Lecturer Rachael Burns pictured at the Chef Bootcamp Gala Dinner.

That's a wrap

<p>Shannon Diver, Daragh McCauley, Seana McCafferty, Emmett Hargan, Samantha McNeilly, Gavin Coyle, Jonathan McGillion, Eoin Sheridan, Carolyn McGeehan</p>

Shannon Diver, Daragh McCauley, Seana McCafferty, Emmett Hargan, Samantha McNeilly, Gavin Coyle, Jonathan McGillion, Eoin Sheridan, Carolyn McGeehan

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