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HOSPITALITY

New Zealand Certificate in Hospitality

New Zealand Certificate in Cookery

Start: April and July 2016 Length: 12 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone

Start: February and July 2016 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Petone

Level 2

Entry criteria: Open entry

Level 3

Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy

Do a starter course in Petone. Learn cookery and food and beverage skills. 12 weeks, Monday to Thursday, 9 - 3.30pm. Get skills for work or to go on to higher-level courses.

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New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service

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Gain the skills to work as an entrylevel chef. Learn to produce the basic dishes required in a commercial kitchen. Practise preparing, cooking and presenting dishes. Learn about nutrition and kitchen procedures for the industry.

Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy

Gain front-of-house skills needed to begin working as a professional waiter or barista. Get experience working in our training restaurant.

New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Restaurant Services)

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New Zealand Certificate in Cookery Start: February, July Level 4 and October 2016 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington (Hospitality School)

Develop your skills further. Get introduced to supervisory roles. Learn bartending.

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Start: February, July Level 5 and October 2016 Length: 34 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington (Hospitality School) Entry criteria: New Zealand Certificate in Cookery Level 4 or equivalent

Develop your culinary abilities, focusing on Cookery or Patisserie. Gain skills to move up to a supervisory role and run a commercial kitchen.

Core Courses (for all students) > Introduction to staff management > Kitchen, operational procedures > Work-integrated learning > Food production supervision Then choose between:

Entry criteria: NCEA Level 1 literacy and numeracy

Master the techniques of food preparation and basic cooking skills through to more advanced methods. Develop your skills in different cuisines, from Asian to contemporary New Zealand to classical French cooking. Learn how to plan and cost a menu.

Patisserie > Desserts > Gateaux varieties > Yeast products > Pastry items OR Cookery

Start: July 2016 Level 4 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington (Hospitality School) Entry criteria: New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Level 3) or equivalent industry experience

with strands in Cookery and Patisserie

Programme Structure

with strands in Restaurant Service and Barista Start: February and July 2016 Level 3 Length: 17 weeks, full-time Campus: Wellington (Hospitality School)

New Zealand Diploma in Cookery (Advanced)

A number of programmes incorporate City & Guilds certificates and diplomas. Check online to learn more weltec.ac.nz/hospitality

Programmes and course details may change. Confirm your options by calling a Student Advisor on 0800 WELTEC (935 832).

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