Curriculum for Food and Health (MHE1-01)

After Year 10

Food and lifestyle

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • plan and prepare safe and nutritionally sound food, and explain which nutrients the food contains
  • compare meals he or she prepared with the dietary advice from the health authorities
  • use digital tools to assess the content of energy and nutrition in food and beverages, and apply the results when preparing food
  • inform others about how food habits may influence lifestyle- and diet-related illnesses
  • assess dietary information and advertising in the media

Food and consumption

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • assess and choose foods in a diversified food market when planning purchases
  • discuss how different marketing methods may influence the choice of foods made by consumers
  • develop, produce, give production information and advertise a product
  • assess and choose goods based on ethical and sustainability criteria

Food and culture

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • plan, prepare and serve a meal in connection with holidays or parties and play the role of host
  • prepare food for different social contexts and discuss how food helps to create identity
  • give examples of how kitchen utensils, ways of preparing food and food habits have changed over time or moved geographically, and explain how they have had impact on people's lives
  • create and test new dishes based on different raw materials, ways of preparing food and food cultures

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