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TSmunak991
post Dec 10 2007, 01:57 AM, updated 2y ago

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School Of Hospitality + Culinary Arts

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post Dec 10 2007, 02:35 PM

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I think culinary art is the better description. smile.gif

A few colleges do offer this course, these are some of them, hope this information is helpful to you. However, it seems these colleges only offer up to Diploma level, you might need to study overseas for higher level of education. In my opinion, this course has quite good of job prospect, you will get nice salary too. tongue.gif You can work in many famous hotels and who knows you can become a famous chef in the future. smile.gif

If you are interested in this course and you are going for it, this will definitely lead you to success, for a better future career. It is because with generated interest, you will learn things easier. smile.gif

I can't give you more opinion as I am not studying in this course. blush.gif

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post Dec 10 2007, 03:00 PM

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Watch Hell's Kitchen every Tuesday night, 8:30pm NTV7. You could learn something from it.
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post Dec 10 2007, 05:21 PM

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or 703 and 707 if you have astro..preferably 707 thumbup.gif

actually im interested in what they teach..i doubt they teach you everything about cooking..but they dont tell much..oh yea..kdu offers culinary arts too
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post Dec 10 2007, 05:24 PM

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I'm gonna try to attend a course interview offered by Taylor's college this Thursday..the course if sponsored by the HRDF if I'm not mistaken..anyone seen the advert?

Any comments on that? I'm thinking of Kitchen practice =X

EDIT: It's teh Hotel Industry Apprenticeship Scheme (HIAS)

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post Dec 10 2007, 08:25 PM

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I heard that "Cooking" is one of the subjects of "Hotel Management".

I also heard that "Hotel Management" have lots of good job prospects out there + highly paid. (You will be managing entire hotels.)
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QUOTE(Benjamin911 @ Dec 10 2007, 08:25 PM)
I heard that "Cooking" is one of the subjects of "Hotel Management".

I also heard that "Hotel Management" have lots of good job prospects out there + highly paid. (You will be managing entire hotels.)
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Yes, but TS wants to specialise only in culinary art. smile.gif

My sister is a graduate for Hotel Management and their pay is always based on the hotel's sales for that particular month, they called that service point. High pay or not, it is actually determined by the hotel's sales. smile.gif And, they have to work different shifts if working in hotel line, tiring I must say. wink.gif

edit: typo


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post Dec 11 2007, 12:16 PM

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i should have joined the course rather than joining engineering.. doh.gif for me cooking is great and fun thing to do.. u can create your recipe and try it out.. u can be pretty helpful for your wife and she will love u for that.. i think i'm out of the topic so please do not flame me.. i just want to share my opinion..

good luck to the next JAMIE oliver... if u open your own restaurant, please do not forget to invite us all.. good luck.. rclxms.gif
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post Dec 11 2007, 09:48 PM

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QUOTE(munak991 @ Dec 10 2007, 01:57 AM)
After Finishing SPm im thinking of going for chef(cooking)
i love cooking , i enjoy cooking  biggrin.gif
anyone here take major in chef?
can give any comment or some suggestion how ur life is? icon_question.gif

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Chef for chinese food or western food ?
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A friend of mine graduated with Diploma of Culinary Arts from KDU. He's currently working(as an assistant chef or something) at the Shangri-La KL. I think it's been around 1 year and he earns RM2000 a month.

Well nothing much can be said. Like you, he enjoys cooking. The work hours are probably exhausting but hey, it's his passion.
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post Dec 27 2007, 06:37 PM

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Thanks guys, sorry for late reply.
im just wondering around thinking about hows culinary arts.
but its my choice, tml im go to school take my trial result and register for this course.

thanks guys


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QUOTE(biebie @ Dec 11 2007, 09:48 PM)
Chef for chinese food or western food ?
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In Culinary Arts its all base on France Cooking.
so its was kind of western.
other college offer different type, like sunway they offer Hotel Management , if u interested on Chef then u specialise on chef course.
But i feel that Taylors is more base on chef. nod.gif

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post Dec 27 2007, 07:43 PM

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if you really become a chef later, u must expect urself to be working during festive seasons like cny or hari raya.
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Working as chef means not working from 9 to 5. Catch the drift?

Might apply for Diploma of Culinary Arts in UiTM.
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i admire the fact that you have identified your passion and interest early. its good to know your ambition, learning things related to it will come easier. i totally back you to pursue culinary arts. work your way up. become a head chef at a 5-star restaraunt can earn you 5k/month easily. but yea, working hours will be til late night. but that is part and parcel with the job IMO. plus, chicks dig guys who can cook! smile.gif
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post Jan 7 2008, 12:41 AM

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Have the Passion of study this course.
I love cooking enjoying it,feel joy when cooking biggrin.gif
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post Jan 7 2008, 01:48 PM

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i dun really think u need a course in cooking.. cooking is all about experience.. go find a mentor.. and learn .. dont limit yourself to only a specific genre of dish eg: western/italian.. learn others also
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post Jan 7 2008, 08:11 PM

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i dun really think u need a course in cooking.. cooking is all about experience.. go find a mentor.. and learn .. dont limit yourself to only a specific genre of dish eg: western/italian.. learn others also


My sister is a graduate for Hotel Management and their pay is always based on the hotel's sales for that particular month, they called that service point. High pay or not, it is actually determined by the hotel's sales
yes but how high can u go?
a chef in one hotel didnt apply for a higher chef position due to the fact that he learnt from another chef and didnt have any qualifications

n its not easy to find a chef who is willing to guide u from the start..
certainly they wont tell u their secrets.... tongue.gif

but ur basic salary is high
service point is just additional pay

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LOL...
I have to take injection for next week because of food disease these days.
all the Hospitality Student have to take the injection including me tongue.gif

and College is much more different than ur Primary and secondary(prison/some of them call "HELL")
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QUOTE(munak991 @ Jan 9 2008, 06:19 PM)
LOL...
I have to take injection for next week because of food disease these days.
all the Hospitality Student have to take the injection including me tongue.gif

and College is much more different than ur Primary and secondary(prison/some of them call "HELL")
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better enjoy ur college life while u still can laugh.gif
now in industrial training

i rather study at college 12 hours a day tongue.gif

btw u in taylors right
whos ur chef lecturer

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