This certificate is awarded by CTEVT, which is the leading vocational awarding body in the Nepal. It provides a broad introduction to the theory and practical sides of food preparation, giving the necessary knowledge and practical experience to operate as a front line worker in a kitchen environment of a typical service outlet.
There are nineteen (19) subjects in this program:
- Safety at Work
- Food safety at work
- Food preparation methods
- Cost control operations
- Storage and care of materials
- Nutrition at work
- Cooking methods: boiling
- Cooking methods: poaching
- Cooking methods: stewing
- Cooking methods: steaming
- Cooking methods: braising
- Cooking methods: deep frying
- Cooking methods: shallow frying
- Cooking methods: baking
- Cooking methods: roasting
- Cooking methods: grilling
- Cooking methods: microwave cooking
- Cold food preparations
- Basic pastry techniques
FURTHER EDUCATION AND OPPORTUNITIES
This certificate is internationally recognised by employers alike as evidence that students have reached a specified standard in terms of work-related competence and associated knowledge and understanding.
Graduates may continue to progress further academically to diploma programs. The certificate may be accepted as fulfillment of the entry requirements of some recognized diplomas.
TEACHING METHODOLOGY & ASSESSMENT
This program is conducted through theory and practical sessions by our approved trainers, who are well-qualified and possess vast industry experience. For certificate and diploma programs, they consist of multiple choice question papers and practicals. For advanced diploma, assessment is carried out through written papers and set practical assessments.
The program duration is 6 months. There will be intakes in every sunday. Full-time students will be required to undergo intensive daily classes (at least 6 times a week, 2 hours each).
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS & ADVANCED STANDING
To qualify for this program, applicants are required to possess any one of the following:
16 – 25 years old
Year 10 education or equivalent
Applications should be submitted at least 1 weeks before the commencement date.