The Bachelor of Culinary Arts to provide students with the theoretical and practical principles and aspects of culinary arts, including hot and cold kitchen, charcuterie, patisserie and kitchen management. The degree aims to equip students with knowledge, professional, scientific and technical skills and values to pursue a career in Culinary Arts. The programme provides a comprehensive and systematic introduction to the major concepts, theories and problem-solving techniques required during food preparations. The programme further prepares students for diverse industry positions. This programme provides students with an ideal way of learning the art of food preparation and presentation skills.
This progamme allows students to exit with the Certificate in Hospitality Operations at NQF Level 5, as a first exit level upon successful completion of year 1. This Certificate allows the student to perform major operational activities in the various departments of hospitality establishments with minor supervisory activities. Further, it allows the students of hospitality establishments with minor supervisory activities. Further, it allows the student to pursue a career at a more temperate pace and allows for both professional and academic growth and development in the industry.
Overall, the programme aims at preparing studnets to assume technical/professional roles in culinary arts and kitchen management. This programme places a lot of emphasis on practical training, to give students, the necessary “hands-on”instruction, and exposure that will enrich their skills and experience in accordance with the demands of the hospitality industry, however the theoretical aspect of this course allows the student to acquire the necessary academic competencies, distinguishing this course from vocational approaches. Graduates of this programme will be able to take up positions in industry such as cooks, chefs, caterers, kitchen supervisors and managers. Students may also opt to start and run their own catering related businesses.
Some of the Subjects You Will Study
Requirement to Wear Uniform
A prescribed uniform is compulsory for all Hospitality and Tourism students and must be worn for the duration of their studies (all 3 years). The uniform must be worn whenever the student attends either practical or theoretical classes.
Strictly Not Allowed
- T-shirt materials, printed materials of any kind
- Hipsters or any type of jeans
- Skin-tight or stretch materials of any kind
- No sweater tops or tracksuit tops of any kind
- No flip-flops, sneakers, trainers or similar footwear
- No nose rings, tongue rings, rings of any kind except wedding band
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