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Cake and Pastry Making - Advanced

Persons wishing to learn the fundamentals of cake and pastry making would be advised to do this programme.

 Topics include: yeast breads, pastries, cheesecakes, rotis, various types of cakes and breads.

Prerequisite: Cake and Pastry Making - Beginners

 


Latest Course Information

  • Sep 26, 2017

    Duration:
    12 weeks
    Day(s):
    Tuesday
    Time:
    5:30pm - 7:30pm
    Tutor:
    Ms. Ramsay
    Course Fee:
    $200.00

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are a few FAQs pertaining to this programme or course:

  • How often are programmes offered and what is the duration?

    Classes are offered annually on a semester system starting in August. Most classes run for two semesters and end in June, however there are some classes which run for one semester and begin again in January.

  • What is a stipend?

    A stipend is a fixed regular sum of money paid to trainees to help cover expenses related to their attendance.

  • What do I receive at the end of the programme?

    You will receive a Certificate of Apprenticeship. Note that in order to receive certification persons must have completed both the practical and theoretical aspects of their training programme. Certification is based on attendance, the completion of the skills, tasks and competencies listed in the scheme of training and the submission of relevant records from the employer and the approved academic institution.

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Training Centres

This course is held at the following training centre(s):

  • All Saints Skills Training Centre

    The All Saints Centre is known for its Bar and Restaurant Services, International Cooking and Garment Making programmes. It has modern cooking facilities, as well as a gazebo-styled bar and restaurant and a garment-making room equipped for the training of industrial sewing machine operators.

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Testimonials

  • Patrick Evans

    The Skills Training experience for me was a very delightful one even though it had its challenges. Although I knew a little about mechanics the course Automotive Vehicle Engineering assisted me to understand on a broader scale what mechanics is really about, both the practical and the theory.

    At the end of the course I was given the opportunity to begin a job attachment at Nassco Ltd where I have been employed for the last three and a half years.

    Patrick Evans

    Apprentice at Nassco Ltd.

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