Capsicum Culinary Studio now offers a programme developed for busy prospective Chefs. After completion of the programme, students will write an International City & Guilds Examination.
The Modular Programme will be launched at the Capsicum Culinary Studio, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth campuses. This programme allows prospective Chefs to study at their own pace.
How does it work?
- Enrol and pay for one module at a time
- Tuition sessions are available for practical, theory / administration
- Students to attend practical classes at the campuses on Saturday morning
- Kitchen and tutor/academic sessions to suit your own schedule
- Complete all 5 modules in your own time
- Write a City & Guilds Culinary Arts Programme examination, once modules have been completed
The following modules need to be completed to write your City & Guilds examination:
- Safety at Work, Food Safety and Basic Kitchen Procedure (compulsory)
- Nutrition and Cold Food Preparation
- Cooking Methods: Baking, Grilling, Roasting, Braising and Stewing
- Cooking Methods: Poaching, Boiling, Steaming and Frying
- Introduction to the Hospitality Sector
Students will be able to complete any of the modules, as they desire after the successful completion of Module 1.
About Capsicum Culinary Studio:
Capsicum Culinary Studio is Southern Africa’s leading professional Chef Education and Training Institution.
At Capsicum Culinary Studio we recognise the individuality of each student and encourage you to choose the programme that suits your particular needs and interests best. Our highly skilled, industry trained and experienced lecturers will focus on assisting you to attain the exact outcomes of your training programme, whilst preparing you for a successful career in the culinary industry anywhere in the world. Capsicum lecturers follow an internationally accredited curriculum (City & Guilds) that will give you a definite edge when applying for jobs in the future.
Be part of the fastest growing industry:
“According to the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism, the hospitality and tourism industry in South Africa is growing fast and as a result has triggered a gradual widening of the gap between supply and demand of qualified Chefs. Currently there is a skills shortage of 24 000 Chefs needed in South Africa. Furthermore, South Africa’s national tourism sector strategy aims to create an additional 225 000 jobs by 2020.”
Register now. For more information, contact Capsicum Culinary Studio on 086 111 CHEF (2433) or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org