The New Zealand Certificate in Cookery (Level 4) will give you the practical experience and skills you need to study at a higher level, or work in a range of culinary environments, plus you'll undertake a five week internship to give you industry experience. For many students this may be a paid internship, and for all students, working in a highly ranked restaurant will be great experience for their CV.
You will cover the following four modules:
Junior Commis: Here you will be introduced to food safety, effective kitchen working practices, staff interaction and standard operating procedures within a commercial food service environment. Your practical training will focus on cold-larder work, marinades, dressings and cold sauces, stocks, soups, and egg dishes.
Commis Chef: In this module you will be taught about risk assessment, customer expectations, communication, teamwork and general supervision. You will learn the practical skills required to create cocktail foods, complex sauces, fish, seafood, vegetable and rice dishes.
Demi Chef de Partie: Health and safety legislation is covered in this module while practical training is focused on meat, pulses and grains.
Chef de Partie: In this final module you will be given the practical skills to make pasta, pastry, desserts, cakes and dough.
- New Zealand Certificate in Cookery - Level 4
- Food Safety Certificate
Five week internship: The last five weeks of your course will be spent working in a commercial kitchen as part of an internship. This will give you invaluable real-life industry experience and contacts.
- Cafe Sous Chef
- Medical Facility 2nd Cook
- Industrial Catering Demi chef de Partie
- Hotel Demi Chef de Partie
- Catering and Events Demi Chef de Partie
- Restaurant Chef de Partie
- Rest Home Assistant Cook
- Be at least 17 years old.
- Hold NCEA Level 1 or equivalent or New Zealand Certificate in Cookery Level 3 or industry experience. An interview may be required.
- Have an IELTS score of at least 5.5 with no band score lower than 5.0 or equivalent if English is your second language
If you do not meet these requirements, you may still be enrolled if the motivation and the skills needed to succeed in the programme are shown. Please note that you should be physically able to do the practical components of this programme.
NSIA is NZ's leading Culinary Arts and Hospitality training academy. We attract the highest calibre of industry professionals to share their knowledge and train you throughout your study with us. With a central Auckland location, we provide you with facilities...
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