Technical Diploma in Culinary Arts course

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I am pretty impressed with the Culinary Arts course at ITE (see info below). Anyone has personal experiences to share?

This Technical Diploma in Culinary Arts course is a niche Diploma course conducted by ITE and the curriculum is prescribed by the prestigious French culinary school, Institut Paul Bocuse.

This prestigious institute offers a unique blend of refined tradition, contemporary quality and cutting-edge innovation in the culinary world and trains the professionals of tomorrow for Hotel, Restaurant and Culinary Arts careers.

Institut Paul Bocuse is the First in Europe:
to form a partnership with a public university in 1998
to have a school hotel in 2001
to have a Food Research Center in 2008

Acquire knowledge and skills which are highly relevant to the industry
Applying techniques used in classical and modern cuisine (non-halal)
Performing menu planning, pricing and budgeting
Controlling purchases and storage
Carrying out a culinary production
Managing a team
Managing sales and promotion
Managing Food & Beverage operations
Developing restaurant menus and concepts
Perfecting a wine list to pair with your creations
Immersing in the richness of French culture and langua

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I am pretty impressed with the Culinary Arts course at ITE (see info below). Anyone has personal experiences to share?

This Technical Diploma in Culinary Arts course is a niche Diploma course conducted by ITE and the curriculum is prescribed by the prestigious French culinary school, Institut Paul Bocuse.

This prestigious institute offers a unique blend of refined tradition, contemporary quality and cutting-edge innovation in the culinary world and trains the professionals of tomorrow for Hotel, Restaurant and Culinary Arts careers.

Institut Paul Bocuse is the First in Europe:
to form a partnership with a public university in 1998
to have a school hotel in 2001
to have a Food Research Center in 2008

Acquire knowledge and skills which are highly relevant to the industry
Applying techniques used in classical and modern cuisine (non-halal)
Performing menu planning, pricing and budgeting
Controlling purchases and storage
Carrying out a culinary production
Managing a team
Managing sales and promotion
Managing Food & Beverage operations
Developing restaurant menus and concepts
Perfecting a wine list to pair with your creations
Immersing in the richness of French culture and langua

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Posted on 17/03/2016

Shatec is an alternate institute where you can take up a culinary diploma course. http://www.shatec.sg/programmes/diploma-in-culinary-skills/

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Posted on 16/11/2015

Visited ITE central the other day. The culinary students are given a chance to prepare food and operate a restaurant in their very school. What great experience to be learning on the job!

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Posted on 12/10/2015

I am pro-ITE! see this article re ITE student in the culinary Art course!

How He Poached Gordon Ramsay’s Heart

Butter and a cool head helped Institute of Technical Education student Koh Han Jie win an internship in Gordon Ramsay’s kitchen.

…..A step towards his dreams

After completing the Nitec programme, Han Jie chose to pursue his love for French cuisine by taking up the ITE’s Technical Diploma in Culinary Arts. The niche programme focuses on techniques for French cooking and is conducted in collaboration with the renowned French culinary school Institut Paul Bocuse. It also covers skills that are essential to managing a fine dining restaurant, such as marketing, serving, menu planning and budgeting.

Han Jie now enjoys learning about wine and picking up the French language. He will be able to put these new skills to use later this year when he goes to Lyon, France, for a two-week student exchange trip.

Meanwhile, his six-month internship at Bread Street Kitchen, opening at Marina Bay Sands by May, will help him fulfil part of the nine months’ industry experience required for his diploma.

The hardworking youth has big dreams for the future – he wishes to work in France after graduation, and eventually cook at a Michelin-starred restaurant, goals that he will no doubt be one step closer to after his stint in a Gordon Ramsay kitchen.

http://www.challenge.gov.sg/print/feature/how-he-poached-gordon-ramsays-heart

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Posted on 08/10/2015

I was given a box of macarons made by ITE students the other day. They were very good!!! I wouldn’t say they are the best that i had eaten but they were very good compared to some big names I tried.

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