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Culinary, Wine, Hospitality & Tourism Education in Auckland Level 3, 104 Customs Street West, Viaduct, Auckland 1010 E: email@example.com | W: foodandwine.co.nz | P: +64 9 377 7961
Culinary, Hospitality & Event FULL TIME | 36 WEEKS* Certificate in Cookery, Foundation Management in Auckland PROGRAMME INTAKE: Learn the foundation skills to begin your professional culinary • 18 Feb - 19 June 2020 The hospitality sector in New Zealand is Founded by Celia Hay, the New Zealand journey and gain confidence in the kitchen. vibrant, fast-paced and exciting. With the • 8 June - 9 Oct 2020 School of Food and Wine opened its dramatic increase of international tourists first campus in Christchurch in 1995. • 28 Sept - 22 Jan 2021 WHAT WILL I LEARN? coming to New Zealand to enjoy fine foods In 2025, will we be celebrating our The Foundation Certificate in Cookery is and outstanding wines, the demand for 25th Anniversary. PROGRAMME HOURS a full-time course, to begin your culinary qualified and highly skilled staff has never Hours: 8am - 2pm The school is registered and accredited career and give you confidence in a been greater. Tuesday - Friday to the New Zealand Qualification professional kitchen. Work placement: 60-80 hours This programme forms the first semester Our students will open the door to many Authority (NZQA). careers from hotels and luxury lodges to of the New Zealand Certificate in Cookery It holds NZQA Category One rating. QUALIFICATIONS GAINED Advanced Level 4. Confidence in the kitchen private superyachts, from conferences and events to international adventure. • New Zealand Certificate in can open doors for you locally and globally. TRAINING YOU CAN TRUST Cookery Level 3 CULINARY TECHNIQUES Please take a new look at our world. • A highly respected institute with • Food Safety Unit Standards A well-rounded introduction to fundamental expert tutors. cooking and baking techniques, that • Students who build their skills with ENTRY CRITERIA students learn to master with precision as techniques which reflect current • Aged 18 or over they cook through our menu of inspired hospitality innovations. • Attend an interview in person or classic dishes. by telephone Building this important foundation SECTOR WORK EXPERIENCE • Upper intermediate English: knowledge of the French Culinary tradition • Work in highly-rated cafés, IELTS 5.5 or equivalent for unlocks a deeper understanding of cookery restaurants and hotels. international students that can then be applied to many other • Gain vital work-based skills while • Valid student visa for styles of cooking. Fresh, local ingredients are studying. international students the basis of what we prepare every day. KNIFE SKILLS • Open the doors to future • Working holiday visa for You will learn essential knife skills to ensure employment opportunities after ON THE MENU: approved countries safe and efficient equipment use, providing completing your course. • Braised onion tart with mesclun salad important skills you will use for the duration • Seared beef sirloin with parsley butter COURSE FEES of your career. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES • Gazpacho with garlic croutons NZ $9,500 • Graduates are highly sought after • Eggs Benedict with crispy bacon CAREER OPPORTUNITIES by successful businesses. • Chocolate fudge cake with classic icing Graduates will be able to work as junior MORE DETAILS • Access our global hospitality • Pan-seared snapper with roast red chefs in cafes, restaurants, bars, clubs resorts Certificate in Cookery, Foundation employer connections. pepper salsa and hotels. • Be guided on your career path • Fragrant chicken salad with lemon grass and ginger PATHWAYS TO FURTHER STUDY Graduates can extend their culinary skills FOOD SAFETY in Certificate in Cookery Advanced & NZ You will learn about food safety in a Diploma In Cookery Level 5 or pursue commercial kitchen and complete unit hospitality management options in the standards-based certification. Certificate in Food & Beverage, Barista, Wine & Spirits or Certificate in Hospitality & Event Management. FIND OUT MORE Learn about our programmes, enrolment requirements, agent partnerships and how we can work together. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: +64 9 377 7961 Website: foodandwine.co.nz Fees do not include knives, uniforms or per- January 2020 sonal equipment. Approx. NZ$1,000.
FULL TIME | 36 WEEKS* Certificate in Cookery, Advanced NZ Diploma in Cookery, Level 5 FULL TIME | 36 WEEKS PROGRAMME INTAKE: PROGRAMME INTAKE: Semester One: Gain the specialist skills you need to start an exciting journey in Building on the Level 4 Certificate in Cookery, the Diploma offers Semester One: • 18 Feb - 19 June 2020 the culinary arts and graduate with a respected qualification. a pathway to more senior positions in a professional kitchen. • 16 Mar - 3 July 2020 • 8 June - 9 Oct 2020 • 16 Nov - 30 Mar 2021 One week break Two weeks break WHAT WILL I LEARN? WHAT WILL I LEARN? A LA CARTE COOKERY AND Semester Two: Semester Two: Speed, accuracy and consistency are This programme focuses on ingredients and MENU DESIGN • 29 June - 29 Oct 2020 characteristics that you will develop and the understanding of advanced cookery • 20 July - 1 Dec 2020 Learn advanced cookery techniques in • 19 Oct - 20 Mar 2021 as your confidence grows, you learn to techniques. Human Resources and Kitchen • 19 Apr - 24 Aug 2021 a range of meat, poultry and seafood correct mistakes, adjust seasoning and enjoy Management also form an important part of dishes, incorporating presentation and PROGRAMME HOURS experimenting with flavours. Each week has skill development. PROGRAMME HOURS the principles of good seasoning while Hours: 6 Hours per day a specific theme, starting with knife training Monday: 10 am - 6 pm maintaining good organisation and time 4 days per week and moving onto stock making, soups and GARDE MANGER management skills. Combine these skills with Tuesday: 2 pm - 9:30 pm (times vary) Work placement: 60-80 hours classical sauces. Wednesday: 8 am - 1 pm The focus is on the specialties of the cold theoretical understanding to develop, design Baking is an important element with kitchen including innovative vegetable cost and prepare a bistro menu. Work placement: 150 hours tutorials on breads, pastries, cakes, tarts, ON THE MENU: and vegetarian fare, eggs, charcuterie, QUALIFICATIONS GAINED and sponges. Other sessions include ice • Potato Gnocchi with Salsa di and specialist techniques such as curing, ON THE MENU: • New Zealand Certificate in QUALIFICATIONS GAINED creams, sorbets, custards and meringues. pomodoro, gremolata smoking, fermentation techniques. • Sole and crayfish quenelles with Sauce Cookery Level 4 • New Zealand Diploma in Cookery, Butchery techniques like boning and filleting • Lamb tagine with savoury chickpeas, Nantua • Food Safety Unit Standards Level 5 of beef, lamb, chicken and fish Moroccan couscous • Tiger prawn, petit radish salad, prawn • WSET Level 1 Award in Wines are also covered. OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT • Certificate in Wine • Beef Rendang with coconut rice, Naan mayonnaise Learn about the business of hospitality: • Lamb rump with Madeira sauce, • Salmon coulibiac with puff pastry ENTRY CRITERIA ENTRY CRITERIA The procedure and compliance requirements SPECIALIST WORKSHOPS Dauphinoise potatoes, blanched beans of the Food Control Plan and purchasing, • Filet of venison, jus preserved quince, • Aged 18 or over • Aged 18 or over The artisan bread workshops teach you • Crème Brulée, poached rhubarb, tuile supply chain management, maintenance and Brussels sprouts, foaming buttermilk, • Attend an interview in person or classic bread-making recipes including • Attend an interview in person or workflow planning. red wine jus by telephone sourdough, ciabatta, and brioche. by telephone WINE KNOWLEDGE Modules also includes cost control, • Chicken galantine with pistachio and • Upper intermediate English: • Upper intermediate English: Explore the concept of food and wine profitability and introduction to accounting. apricot. IELTS 5.5 or equivalent for IELTS 5.5 or equivalent for matching and an introduction to the world international students international students of wine, completing the WSET Level 1 Award HUMAN RESOURCES REGIONAL CUISINE AND CULTURE • Valid student visa for • Valid student visa for in Wines. Learn about the legal and operational Research and discover your chosen international students international students considerations which underpin Employment international cuisine and present your CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Previously completed New law in New Zealand; rosters, training, findings on their culinary traditions, culture, COURSE FEES Graduates will be able to work in all fields of Zealand Certificate in Cookery, recruitment, performance management and innovation, and influences of change. NZ $21,255 culinary arts within the hospitality industry. Level 4 or equivalent from This may be for your own business or for professional development. This includes another provider hotels, resorts, lodges, cruise liners, luxury practical experience planning and delivering MORE DETAILS CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Laptop with Microsoft Office yachts, restaurants or cafés. There are many onsite events. Certificate in Cookery, Advanced A Mediterranean workshop teaches pasta You will be able to work as a chef in your 2003 or later opportunities to explore once you graduate. own business, or in resorts, lodges, cruise making, gnocchi and risotto. WINE KNOWLEDGE liners, luxury yachts, restaurants or cafés COURSE FEES You are also able to invite a friend to In this module, you will learn the basics of - there are many opportunities to explore NZ $14,500 sample a Mediterranean meal that you PATHWAYS TO FURTHER STUDY wine tasting and key international grape Graduates can continue to study the once you graduate. have designed, costed and cooked. A varieties. sensory evaluation workshop will help you Diploma of Cookery or Certificate in MORE DETAILS understand how to taste better and learn to Hospitality & Event Management especially NZ Diploma in Cookery, Level 5 identify important flavours. In the nutrition if you wish to eventually own or manage a module you will learn the basics of healthy, hospitality business. nutritious food. MENU PLANNING & COSTING Menu planning and costing helps you develop an awareness of food costs while learning how to create a well balanced menu. During the programme, you will work individually to design menus for specific *Includes Foundation (18 weeks)+ Advanced occasions and within a set budget. (18 weeks). Fees do not include knives, uniforms or per- Fees do not include textbooks, or personal sonal equipment. Approx. NZ$1,000. equipment. This is estimated to be NZ$500.
FULL TIME | 2 YEARS Diploma in Cookery & Kitchen Certificate in Food & Beverage, FULL TIME | 16 WEEKS PROGRAMME INTAKE: Management, Level 5 Barista, Wine & Spirits, Level 4 PROGRAMME INTAKE: Semester One: • 10 February - 25 May 2020 • 18 Feb - 19 June 2020 • 11 May - 24 August 2020 1 week break Take your culinary career to the next level with our comprehensive Learn about the world of wine and spirits and build pathways to • 7 September - 21 December 2020 Semester Two: two year programme. more senior management roles. • 8 February - 24 May 2021 • 29 June - 30 Oct 2020 WHAT WILL I LEARN? WHAT WILL I LEARN? 2 weeks break This programme will begin with building on The Certificate in Food & Beverage, Barista, PROGRAMME HOURS Semester Three: your foundation to work in a professional Wine & Spirits will develop practical Hours: 8.30am - 2.30pm • 16 Nov - 30 Mar 2021 (Includes 2 kitchen, you will then concentrate on the skills with our introduction to hospitality Monday - Friday week break during Christmas) principles of French cuisine and a thorough programme to enhance your career Work placement: 60-80 hours 2 weeks break grounding in culinary arts. Speed, accuracy opportunities, learn about the world of Semester Four: and consistency are characteristics that you wine, spirits as well as build pathways to QUALIFICATIONS GAINED will develop and as your confidence grows, more senior restaurant and hospitality roles. • 19 April - 24 Aug 2021 • New Zealand Certificate in Food you learn to correct your mistakes, adjust and Beverage Level 4 seasoning and enjoy experimenting with PROGRAMME HOURS flavours. BARISTA, RESTAURANT SERVICE • NZSFW Certificate in Wine Year One - Semester one & two You will learn what it takes to become one • WSET Level 1 Award in Wines Hours: 8 am - 2 pm FOOD CONTROL PLANS of the best hospitality service professionals. • WSET Level 2 Award in Spirits 4 days per week You will learn about food safety in a HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT We start with the Barista Intensive, a two • Licence Controller Qualification commercial kitchen and complete unit Learn about the legal and operational week programme where you learn about Year Two - Semester three & four • Food Safety Unit Standards standards-based certification. considerations which underpin employment classic coffee styles, single origin coffees, Monday & Tuesday, 10 am - 6 pm law in New Zealand. roasting styles, working with milk and soy Wednesday, 8 am - 1 pm FOUNDATION COOKERY AND BAKING to make extraordinary coffees. EVENT MANAGEMENT ENTRY CRITERIA Work placement: 150 hours We provide an education drawing on the A LA CARTE COOKERY Learn how to plan run-sheets to • Aged 18 or over French culinary tradition which provides a Learn advanced cookery techniques in The Licensed Controller Qualification (LCQ) coordinate and organise the event for the Sale of Alcohol Act 2012 enables you • Attend an interview in person or QUALIFICATIONS GAINED foundation for many other cuisines. You will a range of meat, poultry and seafood activities. You complete practical work by telephone start with essential knife skills and move on dishes, incorporating presentation and the to become a duty manager for a licensed experience during food and wine focused • New Zealand Certificate in café, restaurant or bar. • Upper intermediate English: Cookery, Level 4 to building essential cookery techniques. principles of good seasoning. events where you help with the planning, IELTS 5.5 or equivalent for • New Zealand Diploma in Cookery, set up and implementation. SPECIALIST WORKSHOPS MENU DESIGN international students Level 5 In a series of workshops, you will learn In this module, you will combine all the skills NEW ZEALAND WINES WORK PLACEMENT • Valid student visa for • Food Safety Unit Standards classic bread making recipes including with a theoretical understanding to develop, The Certificate in Wine explores leading During the programme, you will have two international students • Certificate in Wine sourdough, ciabatta and brioche. In the design, cost and prepare a bistro menu international grape varieties and how to weeks work placement to gain hands- • Laptop with Microsoft Office • WSET Level 1 Award in Wines mediterranean workshop, you will design taste wine like a professional. You learn on experience in some of Auckland’s 2003 or later REGIONAL CUISINE AND CULTURE about the leading New Zealand wineries and cost our your own mediterranean premier cafés and restaurants. Many Research your chosen international cuisine ENTRY CRITERIA inspired menu and then invite a friend to and styles of wine that make them famous. students are offered part-time work at COURSE FEES and present your findings on their culinary This course includes a day trip to Waiheke • Aged 18 or over join you for a three course luncheon. these businesses following their work NZ$9,500 traditions and culture. Island where you will visit three well-known • Attend an interview in person or experience module. MENU PLANNING AND NUTRITION wineries. by telephone WORK PLACEMENT Menu planning and costing helps you MORE DETAILS • Upper intermediate English: During the programme, you will have two CAREER OPPORTUNITIES develop an awareness of food costs while Certificate in Food & Beverage, Barista, IELTS 5.5 or equivalent for weeks placement during semester one and Graduates will be able to work as junior international students learning how to create a well-balanced BARTENDING & COCKTAILS Wine & Spirits, Level 4 a further two weeks in semester two. This FOH, waiters and supervisors in cafés, innovatiive menu. You will study bartending skills, learn how • Valid student visa for gives you invaluable hands on experience restaurants, catering businesses, bars, international students to set up and operate a bar, point of sales INTRODUCTION TO WINE in some of Auckland’s premier cafe’s, clubs, luxury resorts, hotels, superyachts • Laptop with Microsoft Office system as well as make classic cocktails by In this module, you will learn the basics of restaurants and hotels. and tourism business. using bartending techniques of shaking, 2003 or later wine tasting and key international grape stirring, pressing and crushing. You will also varieties. You will experience an excellent complete the highly regarded Wine and COURSE FEES wine and food pairing event. Spirit Trust (WSET) Award in Spirits Level 2. Year One: GARDE MANGER (COOKERY) • NZ$21,255 The focus is on the specialities of the cold ACCOMODATION & SUPERYACHTS Year Two: kitchen including vegetable and vegetarian In this module you will gain an introduction • NZ$14,500 fare, eggs, pâtés, terrines and specialist to hotel accommodation, superyacht techiniques such as curing and smoking. interior (cabin) training and ship life. You MORE DETAILS will learn about superyacht employment Diploma in Cookery & Kitchen OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT opportunities overseas and life on board a Management, Level 5 This module focuses on the procedure and private yacht. compliance requirements, food purchasing, Fees do not include knives, uniforms or per- supply chain management, maintenance and The textbook for the NZ Wine Module is sonal equipment. Approx. NZ$1,500. workflow planning. based on the New Zealand Wine Guide, This courses allows international students to by Celia Hay. work 20 hours per week.
Certificate in Hospitality & Event FULL TIME | 16 WEEKS FULL TIME | 2 YEARS Diploma in Tourism & Hospitality Management, Level 5 PROGRAMME INTAKE: PROGRAMME INTAKE: Management, Level 6 2020 INTAKE: Semester One: • 9 Mar - 22 June 2020 • 10 Feb - 25 May 2020 Enhance your skills with this management course which includes • 11 May - 24 Aug 2020 Take your hospitality career to the next level with our • 8 June - 21 Sept 2020 computer literacy, event management, team building & leadership. • 14 Sept - 21 Dec 2020 Semester Two: comprehensive two year programme. WHAT WILL I LEARN? • 8 June - 21 Sept 2020 The New Zealand Certificate in Hospitality 2021 INTAKE: • 14 Sept - 21 Dec 2020 WHAT WILL I LEARN? and Event Management Level 5 will prepare This programme will develop practical skills • 11 Jan - 26 April 2021 Semester Three & Four: you for supervisory, leadership roles and with our introduction to hospitality to • 19 Oct 2020 - 5 July 2021 the dream of perhaps owning your own enhance your career opportunities, learn PROGRAMME HOURS • 1 Feb 2021 - 11 Oct 2021 hospitality business in the future. about the world of wine and spirits as well Hours: 8.30am - 2.30pm as build pathways to more senior restaurant Building on your practical skills, the Monday - Thursday PROGRAMME HOURS and hospitality roles and the dream of programme includes modules on New Work placement: 120 hours Zealand tourism, accounting, business Semester One & Two: perhaps owning your own hospitality Mon - Fri, 9am - 2:30pm compliance, HR, employment law and event business in the future. QUALIFICATIONS GAINED Semester Three & Four: management. • New Zealand Certificate in Mon - Wed, 9am - 2:30pm BARISTA & CUSTOMER SERVICE Hospitality, Level 5 Work placement (Thursdays): 175 hrs In this module, you will learn about classic WINE & SPIRITS • Food Safety Unit Standards coffee styles, single origin coffees, roasting In the wine and beverages module, you • WSET Level 2 Award in Wines QUALIFICATIONS GAINED styles & other extraordinary coffee styles. complete the WSET Award in Wine & Spirits, WORK PLACEMENT Level 2 and explore the wines and spirits During the programme, you will have • Certificate in Food & Beverage, Barista & Wine & Spirits (Level 4) Looking at strategies to ensure excellence in of the world. The Advanced Customer 3 weeks’ work placement in some of ENTRY CRITERIA customer service standards along with how Service module teaches you to have more Auckland’s premier restaurants and hotels. • Aged 18 or over • Certificate in Hospitality & Event Management (Level 5) to develop hospitality training plans confidence with technical and presentation Due to the highly practical nature of this • Attend an interview in person or skills – silver service, gueridon and the course, NZSFW graduates are attractive to by telephone • Diploma in Hospitality & Tourism WINE & SPIRITS STRATEGIC INNOVATION IN theatre of Flair Cocktail training. prospective employees. Management (Level 6) You will be explore leading grape varieties MANAGEMENT • Upper intermediate English: • Food Safety Unit Standards and how to taste wine like a professional. Application of range of strategic solutions, CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IELTS 5.5 or equivalent for • Licence Controller Qualification EVENT PLANNING international students You will complete the WSET Level 1 & Level in response to changes in the hospitality You will study in detail, how to plan and Graduates will be able to work in many • NZSFW Certificate in Wine 2 Award in Wines. You will study bartending business environment. fields within the hospitality industry. This • Valid student visa for • WSET Level 1 Award in Wines deliver a special event including developing skills and learn how to set up and operate a may be for your own business or for hotels, international students • WSET Level 2 Award in Wines HOSPITALITY & TOURISM run-sheets, costing of menus, setting sales, bar and complete the highly regarded WSET production targets and participating as part resorts, lodges, cruise liners, luxury yachts, • Previously completed NZ • WSET Level 2 Award in Spirits MARKETING Award in Spirits Level 2. of the organisational team. restaurants, cafés and tourism businesses Certificate in Food and Beverage • WSET Level 3 Award in Wines You will look at hospitality marketing, Level 4 or NZ Certificate in ACCOMODATION & SUPERYACHTS design, investment in new products PATHWAYS TO FURTHER STUDY Cookery (Advanced) or equivalent The module introduces you to guest services and review existing products to ensure FINANCIAL PLANNING ENTRY CRITERIA for hotel accomodation and interior (cabin) Graduates can continue to do the Diploma from another provider profitability. Effective budgeting is a cornerstone of • Aged 18 or over training for superyachts. of Hospitality Management and look into • Laptop with Microsoft Office any business. You will learn how to read • Attend an interview in person or WORK PLACEMENT accounts, analyze business costs and the Certificate in Cookery, develop their 2003 or later EVENTS MANAGEMENT by telephone During the programme, you will have two rations. The Computer Skills module will wine understanding through the Certificate • Upper intermediate English: IELTS Learn how to plan run-sheets to co-ordinate weeks placement during semester one and build key computer literacy for a business in Professional Wine Knowledge or progress COURSE FEES 5.5 or equivalent for international and organise events. There will be practical a further two weeks in semester two. This environment including excel, spreadsheet to a Bachelor’s Degree. NZ$9,500 students work experience during food and wine gives you invaluable hands on experience formatting for budgets, menu and beverage • Valid visa for international focused events. in some of Auckland’s premier cafe’s, costing and management accounting The hospitality management in this course MORE DETAILS students restaurants and hotels. is based on How to grow your hospitality • Laptop with Microsoft Office PEOPLE & CULTURE Certificate in Hospitality & Event business (3rd Ed), by Celia Hay. 2003 or later This module introduces communication CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Management, Level 5 strategies to facilitate staff relationships Graduates will be able to work as front of and enhance workplace culture. house in cafes. restaurants, catering, bars, COURSE FEES Year One: Look at strategies to ensure excellence in clubs, resorts and hotels. • NZ$19,000 customer service standards and develop Year Two: hospitality training plans. • NZ$14,500 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING MORE DETAILS You will learn how to read accounts, analyze Diploma in Tourism & Hospitality business costs and rations. The computer Management, Level 6 skills module will build key computer literacy for business environment. Understanding and interpreting financial This course allows international students to performance and profitability is key to work 20 hours per week. business success.
Short Courses International Students Barista Part One, Two & Three Enrolment Requirements Our Barista Part One course is divided into two days and covers stretching and working CODE OF PRACTICE ENROLMENT REQUIREMENTS with milk, espresso recipes, terms and techniques, and you will learn how the different The New Zealand School of Food and Wine • English test - IELTS or equivalent roasts and storage options affect the quality of the coffee. You will be learning different has agreed to observe and be bound by the • Academic Qualifications/background types of coffee and recipes and learn how espresso machines are cleaned. Education (Pastoral Care of International • Insurance • Saturday & Sundays: 9:00 am - 12:30 pm Students) Code of Practice 2016. • Appropriate Visa • Look here for more details Copies of the Code of Practice are available at http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/studying-in- ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS Barista Part Two course builds on our Barista Part One, where over two extra days, you will new-zealand/coming-to-study-in-new- learn about Latte Art and work on building speed. All NZQA courses for international students zealand/international-student-care/ require a minimum of IELTS 5.5 or higher. • Mondays & Tuesdays: 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm VISA AND IMMIGRATION Look at our website for more information. • Look here for more details International students enrolling on INSURANCE & ELIGIBILITY FOR Barista Part Three is a brand new course for students who have completed Barista Part programmes of more than 12 weeks require One & Part Two courses or working as Barista. This course teaches you advanced Barista HEALTH SERVICES a student visa. You may be able to work for techniques and also covers a work experience module. 20 hours per week while studying. NZ Government requires that you have your own health and accident insurance cover for • Mondays & Tuesdays: 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm If the course is under 25 weeks you may be the duration of your visa. • Look here for more details eligible for a working holiday visa. Most international students are not entitled View https://www.immigration.govt.nz/ to publicly funded health services while new-zealand-visas for more information. in New Zealand. If you receive medical Bartending & Cocktails, 3 Nights treatment during your visit, you may be Over three evening sessions, you will gain an understanding of how a bar works and some liable for the full costs of that treatment. basic service techniques. You will then move on to cocktail and mixology working with Your insurance will cover this. classics such as Margarita, Cosmopolitan, Mojito and Caipirinha. You will learn new skills and tricks of the trade that will build your confidence at making and presenting mixed drinks and cocktails at home or at work. Enrolment Procedure • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm THE PROCESS You can now apply for your student visa. • Look here for more details Please look at https://www.immigration. Please complete our Enrolment Form on our govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/options/study website for programmes that are 12 weeks or more in length along with the list of documents below. ABOUT NEW ZEALAND Chocolate Essentials Cooking Essentials • Copy of your passport personal details Before you arrive you’ll want to learn as page much as you can about New Zealand. Baking with chocolate is tricky. We start Perfect your cooking skills in our For information about New Zealand, visit with baking a delicious chocolate gateau, professional kitchen through classic • Curriculum Vitae • Verified copy of your English language the official Tourism New Zealand website that you then ice and decorate with techniques and support from our chef over https://www.newzealand.com chocolate ganache, chocolate run outs, spun weekday evenings. level (IELTS or Pearsons are the most sugar and mocha cream. popular, if available) View information about studying Option: Mondays: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm • Appropriate Visa in New Zealand here https://www. Option: Weekends: 9:30 am - 3:00 pm Cost: NZ$395 studyinnewzealand.govt.nz. Cost: NZ$125 INTERVIEW • Look here for more details View the International Student page • Look here for more details You (or your agent) will be contacted by from Auckland City Council https://www. NZSFW to discuss your application and aucklandnz.com/study-work-and-live Artisan Breads Handmade Pasta schedule a telephone interview. Get regular updates for what’s on in Freshly baked bread is one of the simple Learn the techniques of making pasta The registration fee is $200. Auckland https://www.heartofthecity.co.nz pleasures of life. In these two hands-on dough, rolling it out, cutting into fettuccine Once this fee is paid and interview classes, you will learn techniques for or filling and shaping into ravioli or tortellini, completed, you will be notified with a kneading, proving and how to prepare before using in a variety of dishes. Letter of offer for your acceptance into delicious bread from classic white to the programme. You will receive an invoice wholemeal loafs. for your course fees which must be paid Option: Weekends: 9:30 am - 3:00 pm into our Trust account in order to apply for Option: Weekends: 9:30 am - 3:00 pm Cost: NZ$110 a visa. When your fees are paid you will Cost: NZ$110 receive an official receipt from the Public • Look here for more details • Look here for more details Trust, our Trustee.
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