Course IntroductionThis introduction to becoming an Occupational Chef has been developed to offer a wide spectrum of unemployed persons and school leavers the opportunity to learn and study the foundations of the culinary world and to gain credits towards the more advanced qualifications available which will eventually qualify the individual towards becoming a qualified chef. In accordance with CHS policy regarding lifelong learning, successful candidates can on completion of this introductory course, enrol for other full time or part time courses offered by CHS to further their qualifications. All credits obtained will be recognised if applicable to other programmes offered by CHS.
Study LocationsThis course is currently available to students at our Pretoria Campus.
Students will be placed out to several practical establishments during the first year of studies to a total of 16 weeks. The latter will be arranged by CHS under close supervision and according to a roster to complement the theoretical training.
City and Guilds Qualification Included:
- Award in Food Safety in Catering (8065-203)
QCTO Qualification Included:
- Credits towards Occupational Certificate: Chef
|One Year Only|
|Registration Deposit||R 10 000|
|Balance of study fees||R 80 000|
|Total for the year||R 90 000|
Chef students are placed and monitored at some of the leading hotels, restaurants and conference venues in Pretoria and CHS is proud to have long standing relationships with these establishments. These practical placements ensure that our students are ready for employment upon completion of the course as they have gained invaluable workplace experience.