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HIGHER CERTIFICATE IN CULINARY ARTS - Ireland Premium

HIGHER CERTIFICATE IN CULINARY ARTS Why study Culinary Arts? Thisprogramme replaces the old Professional Cookery programme and willprovide students with the knowledge, skills and competencies necessaryfor effective professional cookery. It will enable learners to developspecialised culinary skills through the acquisition of artistic andtechnological competencies, within a commercial context.Career Opportunities Graduates gain employment at Commis Chef, Chef de Partie and Sous Chef levels and, with relevant experience, may become Head Chef of small and medium sized kitchens.Course Modules Thisaward covers a number of essential modules including: Culinary Skills,Culinary Operations, Pastry, Learning to Learn Food Safety and CulinaryScience, Information Technology, Restaurant Service, Nutrition, GlobalCuisine, Essential Business, Gastronomy, Work-based learning, BuffetPresentation, Classical and Contemporary Cuisine, Applied CulinaryScience.Other Essential Information At the end of year ... (Training Available by Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)) HIGHER CERTIFICATE IN CULINARY ARTS

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BACHELOR OF ARTS IN CULINARY ARTS (flexible learning) - Ireland Premium

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN CULINARY ARTS (flexible learning) Why Study Culinary Arts (flexible learning)? Theprimary aim of this part-time Culinary Arts degree is to develop highertechnical and artistic knowledge amongst qualified chefs who areworking in the industry. This course is delivered over three years, oneday per week.Programme Modules This course covers a number of modules including Advanced Culinary Skills 1, Advanced Culinary Skills 2, Advanced Pastry 1, Advanced Pastry 2, Gastronomy in the Modern World, Cost Management in Culinary Enterprises, Culinary Leadership and Training, Food Product Development Techniques, Research Methodology and Synoptic Study.Career Opportunities This award offers a comprehensive range of subjects to those who wish to continue their studies in culinary arts, on a national and international basis, leading to senior positions such as Head Chef, Executive Chef or Kitchen Manager.Other Essential Information Itis a requirement of this course for students to w ... (Training Available by Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)) BACHELOR OF ARTS IN CULINARY ARTS (flexible learning)

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BACHELOR OF BUSINESS OF CULINARY ARTS - Ireland Premium

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS OF CULINARY ARTS Why study Culinary Arts?Thiscourse will provide students with the knowledge, skills andcompetencies necessary for effective kitchen management. It will enablelearners to develop specialised culinary skills through the acquisitionof artistic and technological competencies, within a commercial context.Programme ModulesThisaward covers a number of essential modules including Culinary ArtsOperations, Food Safety and Technology, Nutrition and ScientificPrinciples, Information Technology, Management Information Systems,Management Principles , Economics, Marketing Principles, Business andCompany Law, Management Accounting, Financial Accounting, RestaurantService, Communications and Personal Development, Gastronomy, HumanResource Management and a number of exciting, innovative electives.Other Essential Information Work PlacementsAt the end of year one, all students are strongly advised to complete a 12 week work placement in an Irish hotel or other approve ... (Training Available by Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)) BACHELOR OF BUSINESS OF CULINARY ARTS

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Course Offered by Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT), Alternatives:1 of 25 courses & classes
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Culinary Arts - Higher Certificate in Arts (Level 6) - Ireland Premium

This full-time programme provides graduates with the skills to cook to an appropriate level of competence, and to establish a base for further professional career development. You will be prepared for employment as a professional chef in the tourism and hospitality industry, have a standard equivalent to completing two years of the four-year chef apprenticeship. This programme covers the theory and practice of professional cookery and includes a 12 week work placement. ... (Training Available by Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT)) Culinary Arts - Higher Certificate in Arts (Level 6)

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Certificate in Nutrition, Food Preparation & Culinary Skills For Childcare Service Providers - Ireland Pro Plus

This Certificate is designed to meet the needs of personnel working in childcare settings who wish to obtain a formal qualification in the food area. Participants will gain a deeper knowledge and understanding of practical culinary skills taking cognisance of nutrition, health and food safety management.Programme Content & StructureThis Certificate consists of three modules:Childhood NutritionFood Safety and HygieneFood Preparation and Culinary Skills ... (Training Available by St. Angela's College) Certificate in Nutrition, Food Preparation & Culinary Skills For Childcare Service Providers

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Course Offered by St. Angela's College, Alternatives:1 of 25 courses & classes
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Higher Certificate in Arts in Culinary Arts - Ireland Pro Plus

What is Culinary Arts Culinary Arts provides a pathway for creative employment opportunities within all aspects of the food industry. This programme provides students with a knowledge and understanding of kitchen technologies, the business aspects of catering operations and the science and nutrition of food. Our students engage in an active kitchen environment on a daily basis both individually and as part of a team. Students also operate and manage a training restaurant within the college.</P><?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?><?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?><H3 class="subheadinggreen">Why study Culinary Arts at IT, Tralee?</H3><?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?><?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?><P>IT, Tralee is located within the premier tourism hub of Ireland, which facilitates strong industry links and a professional network of employment opportunities. The college boasts a self-contained Hotel, C ... (Training Available by Institute of Technology Tralee) Higher Certificate in Arts in Culinary Arts

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Course Offered by Institute of Technology Tralee, Alternatives:1 of 25 courses & classes
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New for September 2013 Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts - Ireland Pro Plus

What is Culinary Arts The Culinary Arts degree provides a pathway for creative employment opportunities within all aspects of the food industry. This is a programme that reflects developments in both national and international Culinary Arts education. It combines practical reflective classes in kitchens and restaurants with an in depth theoretical knowledge-base and the development of communication, critical thinking, problem solving and personal skills in its participants.This degree programme reflects the strong partnership between education, the individual student and the hospitality and food industries. This programme also provides students with a knowledge and understanding of kitchen technologies, the business aspects of culinary operations and the science and nutrition of food. Advanced culinary technical studies, combined with a wide range of learning opportunities, designed to develop the students’ innovative and artistic and managerial capabilities, are core elements of ... (Training Available by Institute of Technology Tralee) New for September 2013 Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts

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Course Offered by Institute of Technology Tralee, Alternatives:1 of 25 courses & classes
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Cooking the Books: an introduction to food and culinary history - Ireland Pro Plus

Venue: 'The Laurels', Western Road, UCCThis course will introduce participants to the history of Irish food and cookery. Food and culinary history is an emerging area of study in Ireland. While food and agriculture are the country’s largest indigenous industries, little academic attention has been given to the study of Irish food and culinary history and the related concerns of traditional food and food heritage. Using the recipe, this course will guide students through the history of Irish food in the seventeenth century and through the Georgian and Regency periods. It will look at the changes in dietary patterns in the post-Famine period and it will explore how these changes are reflected in recipe collections. The course will also look at food, cookery and dietary patterns in the twentieth century. The objective of the course is to give participants a solid academic introduction to the study but it will also encourage them to consider Irish food identity and to reflect on how ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Cooking the Books: an introduction to food and culinary history

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Culinary Course - Ireland Pro

Your position: Home Programme Tourism Culinary Skills (Major Award) The Culinary Skills Certificate Programme functions as part of the National Vocational Certification framework. It is designed to meet the professional skills development needs of those aspiring to a career in the culinary sector. On completing the programme, participants will ideally progress to the National Certificate in Professional Cookery. Competence in all modules is a requirement for certification. The programme consists of eight taught modules, followed by a period of professional work practice.   About the course Named Award: Culinary Skills - NFQ Level 4 Duration: 1 year  Course Contents:Professional Cookery SkillsBreakfast PreparationModern and Classical CookeryPreparation and Processing of Deli/Snack ShopsPastery MakingFood SafetyProfessional DevelopmentInformation Systems for Culinary Management (Optional)Industry Placement ... (Training Available by Irish International Hotel & Catering School (IIHCS)) Culinary Course

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Course Offered by Irish International Hotel & Catering School (IIHCS), Alternatives:1 of 25 courses & classes
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Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts - NFQ Level 7 - Ireland

About the CourseBachelor of Arts in Culinary ArtsThe overall aim of the programme is to enable learners to develop, produce and evaluate complex and artistic culinary products of the highest quality, underpinned with the application of advanced (state of the art) technology, within a commercial context.Named Award: Bachelor of Arts - NFQ Level 7 Programme Code: HCART_D Duration: 2 years Timetable: Day release Commences: September 2010Entry LevelIt is a requirement that students on the programme have achieved a National Certificate in Professional Cookery, FETAC award (Level 6) or equivalent. It is also recommended that applicants have at least one year’s post qualification experience. Candidates are chosen on basis of interview, to be held in ITT Dublin. All applicants must have competence in spoken and written English. Course Content / TimetableThis degree programme is run on a day-release basis over two years and is suitable for qualified chefs, sous chefs and head chefs workin ... (Training Available by ITT Dublin) Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts - NFQ Level 7

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Additional Culinary Courses & Classes in Ireland

Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts - Ireland

Is this Programme for Me?For many of us, cooking is an absolute passion. So, whether you’re the chef, the sous chef or the person who runs the show, the Culinary Arts degree has a lot to offer. It is designed as an add-on to the Certificate in Professional Cookery, and focuses on the application of culinary art and innovation in an industrial context.You will acquire the knowledge and skills to be an effective team leader and production specialist, at an operational and technical level. The programme provides a rigorous technical and artistic education and training in the culinary arts. You will also have a choice of streams to pursue, which allows you to pick the one that’s of most interest to you.Minimum Academic Entry RequirementsGraduates of the Advanced Certificate in Professional Cookery FETAC level 6 or equivalent who have at least one year post certificate experience or experienced practicing chefs are eligible to apply for this programme.Mature applicantsApplicants ... (Training Available by Letterkenny Institute of Technology) Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts

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Culinary Skills - Ireland

The Culinary Skills course is designed to provide learners with the practical skills, knowledge & attitudes relevant to gaining employment as third year commi chefs in the catering industry. The course emphasises practical skills that are complemented by theory throughout the duration of the course. The course also provides an extended period of work experience placement in the catering industry. ... (Training Available by National Learning Network - Swords) Culinary Skills

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Course Offered by National Learning Network - Swords, Alternatives:1 of 25 courses & classes
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Higher Certificate in Arts in Culinary Arts in Culinary Arts TA006 - Ireland

TA006 - Higher Certificate in Culinary Arts Course Duration: 2 years Length of Course: 2 years Recent minimum CAO Points: 235 Recognised in Europe.  Mature Students Welcome. Aim of the programme The aim of the Culinary Arts course is to give participants the knowledge, skills and competence necessary for a career in culinary arts in the hospitality sector.  This will be achieved by providing the learner with the essential practical skills and academic knowledge required of modern day professionals working in kitchen environments.   There is an industry placement requirement of 16 weeks (480 hours approx) during and/or following Year 1 but prior to commencement of Year 2. What do I Need? Minimum Entry Requirements Students apply for entry to this programme through the CAO.  At least Grade D3 (ordinary level) in five subjects in the Leaving Certificate.  The subjects must include either English or Irish. or A pass grade in any FETAC award at ... (Training Available by Institute of Technology Tallaght) Higher Certificate in Arts in Culinary Arts in Culinary Arts TA006

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Course Offered by Institute of Technology Tallaght, Alternatives:1 of 25 courses & classes
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TA006 - Higher Certificate in Culinary Arts - Ireland

What do I Need?Year 1 - 28 weeks in the Institute, followed by a 6 month placement in industry. Year 2 - 26 weeks in the Institute, followed by a 4 month placement in industry. The aim of the Culinary Arts course is to give participants the skills to cook to an appropriate level of competence, and to establish a base for further professional career development. It prepares the student for employment as a professional chef in the tourism and hospitality industry, and brings the student to a standard equivalent to completing two years of the four-year chef apprenticeship. Training covers the theory and practice of professional cookery and includes over ten months paid work placement in the industry. Minimum Entry Requirements At least Grade D3 (ordinary level) in five subjects in the Leaving Certificate. The subjects must include either English or Irish.Progression Opportunities B.A. Degree in Culinary ArtsCareer OpportunitiesThe course will qualify the student to find employment as a 3 ... (Training Available by ITT Dublin) TA006 - Higher Certificate in Culinary Arts

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Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts - Ireland

Is this Programme for Me?For many of us, cooking is an absolute passion. So, whether you’re the chef, the sous chef or the person who runs the show, the Culinary Arts degree has a lot to offer. It is designed as an add-on to the Certificate in Professional Cookery, and focuses on the application of culinary art and innovation in an industrial context.You will acquire the knowledge and skills to be an effective team leader and production specialist, at an operational and technical level. The programme provides a rigorous technical and artistic education and training in the culinary arts. You will also have a choice of streams to pursue, which allows you to pick the one that’s of most interest to you.Minimum Academic Entry RequirementsHC in Arts / Business (HETAC Level 6), or equivalent.How long is this course?One Year.What will I have to study?Learners must decide which stream they wish to pursue ie Pastry or Kitchen and Larder. Learners must complete five mandatory modules ... (Training Available by Letterkenny Institute of Technology) Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts

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Bachelor of Business in Culinary Arts Management - Ireland

About this programme The catering industry is one of the world's fastest growing industries. It offers excellent career opportunities in Ireland and internationally for suitably qualified people. The starting point for your management career in this industry is this degree from Dundalk Institute of Technology, which has been designed to help you acquire the business management skills and the specialist knowledge of the industry that you will need to succeed. The Bachelor of Business in Culinary Arts Management programme is based around specific industry studies and a core of business and management subjects. Each year is split into two 15-week semesters; you will study six modules per semester. The programme is organised into three levels, ranging from introductory modules at year 1 to advanced topics at year 3. The Professional Internship Training takes place between semesters four and five. ... (Training Available by Dundalk Institute of Technology) Bachelor of Business in Culinary Arts Management

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Higher Certificate in Arts - Culinary Arts - Ireland

What is the Higher Certificate in Arts - Culinary Arts course? Apply to the CAO for this course Higher Certificate in Arts - Culinary ArtsCourse code: WD172 The Higher Certificate in Arts - Culinary Arts is full-time over two years. This course is also offered as a National Apprenticeship Programme in Professional Cookery on a day/block release basis over three years. The course prepares you for employment as a professional chef in the tourism and hospitality industry. As a chef in the skilled profession of cookery, you need to be creative with food. You also have to understand the science of food (including food safety), changing kitchen technologies and the business aspects of catering operations. Training covers the theory and practice of professional cookery and includes four-six months€™ paid work placement in businesses each year. Industry Placement Students spend 4-6 months in Industry each year. Note: Students on this course will be required to provide th ... (Training Available by Waterford Institute of Technology) Higher Certificate in Arts - Culinary Arts

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Course Offered by Waterford Institute of Technology, Alternatives:1 of 25 courses & classes
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Catering & Culinary Skills - Ireland

This programme is designed to enable the participants to develop the knowledge and skills required to obtain & retain employment in the Hospitality Sector or alternatively progression to further training and education. ... (Training Available by National Learning Network - Swords) Catering & Culinary Skills

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Higher Certificate in Arts?- Culinary Arts - Ireland

What is the Higher Certificate in Arts - Culinary Arts course?Apply to the CAO for this course Higher Certificate in Arts - Culinary ArtsCourse code: WD172 The Higher Certificate in Arts - Culinary Arts is full-time over two years. This course is also offered as a National Apprenticeship Programme in Professional Cookery on a day/block release basis over three years.The course prepares you for employment as a professional chef in the tourism and hospitality industry. As a chef in the skilled profession of cookery, you need to be creative with food. You also have to understand the science of food (including food safety), changing kitchen technologies and the business aspects of catering operations. Training covers the theory and practice of professional cookery and includes four-six months�€™ paid work placement in businesses each year. Industry PlacementStudents spend 4-6 months in Industry each year. Note: Students on this course will be required to provide their own ... (Training Available by Waterford Institute of Technology) Higher Certificate in Arts?- Culinary Arts

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Course Offered by Waterford Institute of Technology, Alternatives:1 of 25 courses & classes
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Catering & Culinary Skills - Ireland

Catering & Culinary SkillsCourse DetailsNameCatering & Culinary SkillsCategorySkills Development: Catering, Hospitality and Accommodation ServicesDurationUp to 2 yearsDescriptionEnables learners to develop the knowledge & skills required to obtain & retain employment in the Hospitality Sector or to progress further training & education.ModulesHealth & Safety, Customer Relations, Preparation for Work, Introduction to First Aid, New Technology, Plant & Equipment Care, Use of Equipment, Catering Assistant/Culinary Skills, Personal Development, Job Seeking Skills.CertificationFETAC Level 4.Centres this course is currently in: ... (Training Available by National Learning Network - Jutland Hall, Limerick) Catering & Culinary Skills

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