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Old 28-06-2019, 05:34 PM   #1
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Hi, I am interested in learning culinary in outside school. anyone been before to any such school? How's the experience?
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I think you're looking at Shatec?
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Old 15-07-2019, 01:35 AM   #3
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I think you're looking at Shatec?
I am looking for review of shatec before i join...
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Old 15-07-2019, 04:40 PM   #4
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anybody has information on culinary ?
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Old 23-07-2019, 06:10 PM   #5
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why dont you check out At-Sunrice in Tai Seng
I know many people who have been through diploma there. The training is excellent because of apprenticeship model. But ultimately it depends on you as an individual and how much you want to learn from the trainers there

The instructors are world class but only those who can recognise this and have the desire to learn from the best Chefs will really benefit from their knowledge and skills

I have done a few short courses there but I'm not a career chef. Just home chef
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Old 24-07-2019, 10:41 AM   #6
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why dont you check out At-Sunrice in Tai Seng
I know many people who have been through diploma there. The training is excellent because of apprenticeship model. But ultimately it depends on you as an individual and how much you want to learn from the trainers there

The instructors are world class but only those who can recognise this and have the desire to learn from the best Chefs will really benefit from their knowledge and skills

I have done a few short courses there but I'm not a career chef. Just home chef
Oh great, would like to learn as a skill as a cook at home or somewhere. but they no longer have certification levels except diploma, isn’t it? Have to go shatec.
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Oh great, would like to learn as a skill as a cook at home or somewhere. but they no longer have certification levels except diploma, isn’t it? Have to go shatec.
Yes they used to do Certificate in Culinary Arts (5wks). That's what I did but it's really basic compared to Diploma but I'm doing for fun so is OK

They have a Private Chef certification which may be suitable if you arent able to do 18 months
Private Chef is 8 days!

After funding its only about $260...
Very worth it and I'm quite keen on that too
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Yes they used to do Certificate in Culinary Arts (5wks). That's what I did but it's really basic compared to Diploma but I'm doing for fun so is OK

They have a Private Chef certification which may be suitable if you arent able to do 18 months
Private Chef is 8 days!

After funding its only about $260...
Very worth it and I'm quite keen on that too
I still prefer certificate level tho. what did they teach?
Oh and any link to the private chef? thank in advance!
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I still prefer certificate level tho. what did they teach?
Oh and any link to the private chef? thank in advance!
https://www.at-sunrice.com/easychef-.../private-chef/

Cert had alot of basics and theory.
But we learn about dry heat, moist heat, different cuisines, east and west and use all of the equipment. Is a good intro if you are thinking of this industry.

Am considering private chef too.
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https://www.at-sunrice.com/easychef-.../private-chef/

Cert had alot of basics and theory.
But we learn about dry heat, moist heat, different cuisines, east and west and use all of the equipment. Is a good intro if you are thinking of this industry.

Am considering private chef too.
Thanks thanks for the link!
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