A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.
Catering programs allow students to develop the skills needed to build their own business. Courses in a program may include cooking, business management, leadership, event planning, menu planning, marketing, human resource management and food safety.
Europe is the sixth largest continent and includes 47 countries and assorted dependencies, islands and territories. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the south, Asia to the east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the West.
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The Tante Marie 4 Week Essential Skills course is one of the world’s leading cookery courses of this type. [+]
The Tante Marie 4 Week Essential Skills course is one of the world’s leading cookery courses of this type.
During the course, students will learn a range of essential, culinary skills across several areas of cookery. Students will leave with the ability to cook good food, for all occasions and in any environment.
A Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering is also included in this course, together with the CTH Level 2 Award in Culinary Skills qualification.What you will learn
Your course will begin with an introduction to working in a professional kitchen environment, incorporating practical skill development such as knife skills, before moving on to the foundations of basic cookery.... [-]
Acquire managerial skills in only 10 months (having previously completed a 2-year course in hospitality management), thanks to this multicultural and multidisciplinary course delivered in English and French. Ecole de Savignac, in association with her professional and academic partners, develops a training management course leading to a degree delivered by Ecole de Savignac: Bachelor in Events, Facilities & Catering Management. Degree prepared and awarded by Ecole de Savignac. [+]
This course provides you theoretical and practical skills to build your professional career in hospitality, events and facilities areas. The multidisciplinary approach encourages you to develop your adaptability and reactivity.
By the end of this course, taught in English and in French, you will be awarded a French Degree and you will have earned 64 ECTS credits (European Credits Transfer System).If you wish to continue, you may progress to an MBA.
List of possible positions available to those who wish to start their professional career:Banqueting and Conference Manager Director's Assistant Manager of specialist boutiques Assistant manager of a fast food outlet Butler Assistant Manager of a masscatering compagny Middle manager in hotel or restaurant chain Restaurant Manager [-]