Skills Programmes offered at the School
Cook Convenience Food
Cook Convenience Food is a course that teaches students how to prepare and cook a variety of convenience food items, which are pre-packaged or pre-prepared foods that are designed to be quickly and easily prepared. The course typically covers topics such as selecting and storing convenience foods, basic cooking techniques for convenience foods, and how to add additional ingredients to create a more complex meal. Students may also learn about nutrition and how to modify convenience foods to make them healthier. This course may be useful for individuals who want to save time in the kitchen or for those who are interested in learning how to cook with pre-packaged or pre-prepared foods.
Hospitality Reception Skills
The Hospitality Reception Skills short course provides students with practical skills and knowledge in the fundamental principles of customer service and administrative tasks associated with a front-of-house role. The course covers topics such as effective communication, problem-solving, managing bookings, and handling payments. Additionally, students will learn about the use of technology and the importance of teamwork and collaboration in a front-of-house role. Upon completion of the course, students will have the skills and knowledge to start their career in the hospitality or customer service industry.
Basic Baking Skills
The Basic Baking Skills short course provides students with practical skills and knowledge in the fundamental principles of baking and pastry. Throughout the course, students will learn about basic techniques and ingredient preparation, as well as the importance of safety, sanitation, and kitchen organization. In addition, students will learn about the role of a baker, including recipe following, problem-solving, and creativity. Upon completion of the course, students will have the skills and knowledge to start their career in the baking and pastry field.
A Room Attendant course is designed to teach individuals the skills and knowledge necessary to work as a professional housekeeper in the hospitality industry. The course typically covers topics such as cleaning and maintaining guest rooms, customer service, and workplace safety. Students may learn how to clean and sanitize rooms, make beds, replenish amenities, and properly store and handle cleaning supplies. They may also learn how to interact with guests and address any concerns or requests they may have. The course may be useful for individuals who are interested in working in hotels, resorts, or other hospitality establishments. Successful completion of the course may lead to job opportunities as a room attendant or housekeeper.