Commercial Cooking NCIV under TESDA Competency Based Program.
The Superior Diploma for International Cuisines aims to educate students with the fundamental techniques of Culinary and Baking and then moving on to teaching them the different aspects of world cuisines using traditional methods of cooking. This program focuses on the study of cooking skills associated with the preparation and service of traditional international cuisines. Students will examine the influences that help shape cuisine — including but not limited geography, availability of natural resources, climate, and culture. The course allows for intensive practical application as students prepare and sample national and international recipes in a collaborative kitchen environment.
This course is for people who want further their career development because the culinary industry is always looking for candidates that are knowledgeable in International Cuisines.
Course Duration: 12 months in house
Internship: 600 hours
DISCLAIMER: If a class doesn’t hit 11 or more students, the school will either postpone the class or merge the morning and afternoon classes to the morning schedule of 8:30am-12nn for Monday-Thursday Classes and 9:30-1:00pm for Tuesday-Friday Classes.