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Fancy a change of career? I should cocoa!

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Chocolate lovers have been offered the chance of a mouth-watering opportunity to become a chocolatier.

Backed by the Government Kickstart Scheme, head chocolatier at CocoCaravan Raw Chocolate, Jacques Cöp, is looking to train young people to produce high-quality chocolate from his premises on the site of the former Mother Nature restaurant in Bedford Street, Stroud.

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Chocolate maker Jacques Cöp. Picture: Matt Bigwood.

Jacques, who specialises in raw chocolate, said: “We’re opening up for a training programme of 6 months for young people who want to get their hands on chocolate.”

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Raw material: cocoa beans at the start of the journey to becoming chocolate.

And after learning the ins and outs of chocolate-making, Jacques hopes to offer a full-time job to any successful candidates.

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To apply, you need to be unemployed and in receipt of Universal Credit.

For more details please contact:

Www.Cococaravan.co.uk

Insta and Facebook: @cococaravan

Call 07454813227

Info@cococaravan.com

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