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Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) - GCTP Galley Chef Training Program

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Scheduled Date: Monday, November 30, -1/Monday, November 30, -1
Training Provider: International Centre for Culinary Arts
Type: Training course
City: Dubai
Country: United Arab Emirates
Sector: Catering
Languages : English

Course Description

This course aims to provide

1. Training and skills development in Cookery and Galley Operations;
2. Training that incorporates the following key competencies - collecting, analysing and organising information; planning and organising; working with others; using mathematical ideas and techniques; solving problems and using technology;
3. A specific overview of cookery methods and preparation of food;
4. Basic and advanced skills and knowledge for entry into operations within the cruise liners & hospitality industry; 5. Interpersonal skills essential for a successful career in the hospitality industry.


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