1-Year Diploma in Confectionery and Patisserie 2019
(Only one intake is available for this qualification in January)
Learners are continually assessed both on practical and theoretical levels during all courses.
At the conclusion of this course the applicable CTH International exam will be written.
CHT Level 3 Diploma in Confectionery and Patisserie 2019
(Confederation of Tourism and Hospitality) – Accreditation still to be finalised by end of 2018
12 Months Course
Prepare, produce and finish frozen, cold and hot desserts.
Prepare, bake and finish fermented dough products.
Prepare, produce and finish decorative items and display products.
Prepare, produce and finish paste products and petit fours.
Safety at work.
Basic knife skills.
All ingredients, two sets of uniforms, a basic pastry knife set. International Registration. Local Exam Fees.
Fees do not include:
Accommodation, transport, special equipment (list will be provided), safety shoes, and personal toolbox and content. C&G dated exam fees and name registration is not included. Once exam registration has been done students will be informed in writing of the costs involved. Dated exam fees must be paid before exams can be written.
5% Discount for once off full payment
A deposit of R15,000 is payable by November 2018.
Monthly payments as follows:
1st Payment January 2019 x R6,750
Balance of payments Feb to October 9 x R6,750
Total to be paid by October 2019.
- City & Guilds: (Registration no: 848354)
- CATHSSETA: (Registration no: 613/P/000158/2009)
- QCTO: (Registration no: SDP1228/18/00316)
- Chaîne des Rôtisseurs.
- South African Chefs Association.
- Cape Wine Academy.
- SKAL International