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Culinary Arts Schools
« on: November 06, 2006, 03:22:13 PM »
besides CCA Manila, may alam pa ba kayo na ok na school for culinary arts/cooking schools? preferably in the Alabang/Parañaque/Las Piñas area or even Makati.

tsaka anybody here na graduate na ganitong school? advice naman. ok ba? was it really helpful?

thanks.

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Re: Culinary Arts Schools
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2006, 07:06:41 PM »
besides CCA Manila, may alam pa ba kayo na ok na school for culinary arts/cooking schools? preferably in the Alabang/Parañaque/Las Piñas area or even Makati.

tsaka anybody here na graduate na ganitong school? advice naman. ok ba? was it really helpful?

thanks.

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Re: Culinary Arts Schools
« Reply #2 on: November 06, 2006, 11:06:54 PM »
NOTE: Lumang post na po ito.  Wala na pong MOST Institute sa Las Pinas.  Meron pa kasing nag iinquire sa akin.  QC na lang ang Metro Manila nila and the rest is in the province na. 

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MOST Institute meron branch sa Las Piñas.   
AHA sa Makati bago lang, if you can afford, nasa P200,000 ang tuition nila for 6 months. You can visit their website.
Yong ibang alam ko sa Katipunan, like ISCHAM and CCA.  CACS naman sa Greenhills.
Meron na rin si Heny Sison na Culinary School pero nasa Q.C. area.
TESDA is also offering Basic and Advance Culinary Arts, sa may Taguig sila.

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Re: Culinary Arts Schools
« Reply #3 on: November 08, 2006, 01:49:29 AM »
Hello,

There is a new Culinary Arts school called Enderun Colleges located at the 2nd and 19th floor of Wynsum Corporate Plaza Along Emerald Ave in Ortigas.   They have a good program going and the facilities are primo.   I taught part-time there last semester and the chef that will be teaching you hands-on really knows their stuff.

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besides CCA Manila, may alam pa ba kayo na ok na school for culinary arts/cooking schools? preferably in the Alabang/Parañaque/Las Piñas area or even Makati.

tsaka anybody here na graduate na ganitong school? advice naman. ok ba? was it really helpful?

thanks.

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Re: Culinary Arts Schools
« Reply #4 on: November 19, 2006, 10:57:34 AM »
Marami na ngayong Culinary schools, meron pang AICA sa Pasig din. Kaso not everyone can afford the prices of most culinary schools.  If you want you can take the ladderized system na bagong ino-ooffer ng government.  Sa HRM puede kang kumuha ng step-by-step with certificate.  Puedeng unahin mo ang housekeeping, then yong cooking, then management.  Bawat step may certificate ka na, then kung makukuha mo lahat bibigyan ka na ng Diploma.  Sa PWU sa Manila meron sila nito. 

Pag culinary school ang concentration ay sa kitchen.  International cuisine (viands) at konting konti lang sa baking and pastry. Meron Baking and Pastry na naka separate.  Pag HRM more on the management of a hotel and other services.  Yong iba kasi akala pag HRM puro luto. Yong iba naman pag culinary school akala automatic kasama ang Baking and Pastry sa Culinary Arts. 

So depende sa target mo, if you want to be a chef, if you want to open your own food business, you want to go abroad, etc. 

Meron iba nag ooffer with Entrepreneurship na rin. 

Dati nag post din ako ng ganito, nagtatanong about culinary schools.  One reply I got was the  course in LaSalle. 

Nag reply na ako sa PM mo. 
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Re: Culinary Arts Schools
« Reply #5 on: November 19, 2006, 12:00:33 PM »
What about the courses offered by TESDA ?

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Re: Culinary Arts Schools
« Reply #6 on: December 07, 2006, 03:15:03 PM »
What about the courses offered by TESDA ?

Sa ladderized system ng TESDA iba ibang course yon.  Ngayon kasi meron ng mga Vocational schools at ibang colleges and universities na accredited ng TESDA for the ladderized system.  Ex.  Sa HRM kailangan mo ng 4 yrs to complete the course to get a Diploma.  Ngayon ang ginawa nila yong mga gusto halimbawa mag aral lang muna ng Housekeeping after mo ma complete yon may certificate ka na.  Puede ka ng mag apply sa mga hotels or cruise ships.  Then pag nakaipon ka na at gusto mo pang ituloy puede mong kunin yong sa Cooking then another certificate yon.  Then gusto mo mag work ka ulit or pagsabayin ang work at school puede rin.  Then gusto mong ma complete at makakuha ng HRM diploma, puede ng i-credit sa college yong mga vocational courses na Housekeeping at Cooking.  2nd yr or 3rd yr ka na.  Di ko lang memorize yong lahat ng steps kasi. 
Sa Nursing naman ang 1st step is Caregiver, 2nd is Midwifery.  Pag natapos mo yon 3rd yr ka na sa college kung gusto mong ituloy sa Diploma course. 
Alam ko accredited din ang STI. 
Meron palabas sa TV ang TESDA "Hagdan ng Buhay" ata ang title.  Yong isang pinalabas don gusto nya mag Mechanical Engineering kaso di nila afford kaya nag vocational muna sya then nag work, tapos nong may suweldo na siya tinuloy na niya sa College yong Mechanical Engineering. 
Baka meron sa website ng TESDA ng details. 

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Re: Cooking school, anyone?
« Reply #8 on: December 19, 2006, 05:31:09 PM »

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Re: Cooking school, anyone?
« Reply #9 on: December 20, 2006, 10:57:37 PM »
hello po! d po me magsset up ng school (nkkalito ata title ng thread..hehe) i mean kung may alam kyo pong cooking school near las pinas or alabang or p'que na affordable..tnx po ulit!  ;D

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Re: Cooking school, anyone?
« Reply #10 on: December 21, 2006, 01:21:42 AM »
ask maneki_neko, nag ooffer sya ng home service cooking lessons

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Re: Cooking school, anyone?
« Reply #11 on: December 26, 2006, 11:52:00 PM »
pm'd her already. tnx po!  ;)

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« Reply #12 on: January 03, 2007, 03:12:25 AM »
You may want to check this out:

Heny Sison's Culinary School

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Re: Cooking school, anyone?
« Reply #13 on: January 11, 2007, 07:23:04 PM »
Hi guys! may alam po b kyong cooking/culinary school preferably in las pinas, alabang, or p'que area? im a medtech and planning to start a tapsihan but i want to learn how to cook. tnx!  ;)

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Hi, hindi naman kasi tinuturo sa cooking or culinary school yang pang tapsihan.  Simple combinations lang yan ng mga ulam at kanin.  Like tapsilog - tapa sinangag at itlog, longsilog - longanisa sinangag at itlog.  Specially sa culinary schools ang tinuturo ay European, Asian or International dishes. 

Siguro ang gusto mo yong mga short courses lang. 

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« Reply #14 on: January 12, 2007, 12:13:00 AM »
hello po, alam ko nman pong simpleng marinate lng ang tapsi and we are starting to experiment different marinating sauces. like bangsilog-bangus and sinangang at itlog. i just want to learn how to cook different dishes lng pra atleast hndi limited ung kaalaman ko pagdating sa art of cooking.. malay nyo mkpagtayo ako ng restaurant being as a fully pledged medtech parin dabah!  ;D  un lng po. tnx po.