Diploma in Cooking
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A career as a chef is challenging but also hugely rewarding. Cooking, as time has
shown, is a highly creative activity that demands dedication, creativity, and good
culinary skills. The Times Business School
Diploma in Cooking is carefully
developed to provide participants with advanced skill sets of preparing different
dishes a professional environment – a perfect step into a rewarding career.
This diploma course is suitable for participants who wish to focus on various up to
date cooking techniques and other essential industry knowledge such as the kitchen
safety and supervision. This course is for people aiming to develop the necessary
skills to work as a professional chef across a range of restaurants and learn about
the cooking techniques needed to prepare exotic dishes. This course incorporates
the necessary theories required for the management of a kitchen and it is also
designed to maximize the amount of practical training and hands-on training in
cooking. The Diploma in Cooking is for individuals who works or wants to work
as a chef in the catering and hospitality sector.
This Cooking course teaches learners the skills and principles of effective culinary
skills, to develop the mind of learners and thinking process for becoming a chef
and successful culinary operations. Participants will have a good understanding of
the important principles and practical techniques needed to manage other chefs and
the ability needed to safely work with cooking equipment.
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