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EIT - New Zealand Diploma in Cookery 2018

New Zealand Diploma in Cookery (Advanced) 2018 for International Applicants

Keywords: Cookery,Advanced Diploma,2018

NCOEWOKZEERAYL(AANDDVADNIPCLEODM) 2A0I1N8 Napier and Auckland

Information for International applicants

The programme for cookery and professional chef training at EIT STUDENT PROFILE
is full-time for two years which offers you stimulating studies and
provides the opportunity to begin a career in the hospitality industry. Johannes Tinat | India

When students achieve the diploma at Level 5 this represents “The tutors at EIT are very friendly and supportive.
achieving an understanding of technical, menu planning and Studying at EIT has given me international exposure
supervision proficiency in professional cookery. From Level 4 to Level and first-hand knowledge of the western culture,
5, learning experience progresses to senior technical levels. cuisine, concepts and ways of working and thinking.”

Formal work experience in industry is an important part of the Qualification New Zealand Diploma in Cookery (Advanced)
programme, providing valuable on-the-job training as well as building
professional networks and experience. Programme levels Year 1: New Zealand Certificate in Cookery
Advanced (Level 4)
This programme incorporates two specialised streams to choose from:
• Patisserie: breads, pastries, desserts and cakes, includes City & Year 2: New Zealand Diploma in Cookery
(Level 5) - with strands in cookery and patisserie
Guilds Diploma in Patisserie.
• Cookery: global cuisine, modern cooking techniques, menu Length Two years
Start dates 19 February
planning and costing, and charcuterie. Study options Full-time
Fees NZ$30,000 over 2 years)
The Diploma incorporates the NZ Certificate in Cookery [Level 4] and Credits 240 for full Diploma
The NZ Diploma in Cookery (Advanced) [Level 5] and includes the City
& Guilds Advanced Diploma in Food Preparation and Cookery.

PRACTICUM, WORK EXPERIENCE
During the year all students will work on rostered lunch or dinner
poductions, mid-week, in Scholars Restaurant as part of routine
classes. Students will also complete industry placement courses as
part of the diploma programme.
Approximately 100 hours of industry-based experience over the
two years will ensure students develop professional networks, apply
their professional skills in a commercial situation, and complete an
enterprise report.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

The NZ Diploma in Cookery (Advanced) provides graduates with enhanced
employment opportunities in fine dining restaurants and commercial
kitchens including specialist and commercial catering, e.g.
• Chef de Cuisine in smaller businesses
• Assistant Manager in commercial caterers
• Self-employment
• Sous Chef in larger businesses
• Assistant or Main Patissier.

CAREER OUTLOOK $ Class times Classes are scheduled between 8.00am and
11.00pm Monday - Friday as timetabled
Job opportunities $38,066

AVERAGE Median earnings of graduates
of this programme
POOR GOOD Study hours One hour for each classroom hour
Location
Source: https://www.careers.govt.nz/qualifications/view/NZ2102/6007 Contact Napier Campus

International Centre Phone: +64 6 974 8902
Email: [email protected]

FACILITIES PROGRAMME INFORMATION

Large modern training and production kitchens are complemented by the Level 4 (Year 1) consists of 120 credits and is made up of five core
fully licensed Training Restaurant and on The Terrace Café, open to the compulsory courses.
public on selected days for lunch and dinner from February to December.
It is run by students from all the hospitality programmes, and forms an Level 5 (Year 2) consists of 120 credits, made up of two strands -
integral part of these programmes. cookery or patisserie.

PARTNERSHIPS LEVEL 4

Our lecturers are highly trained professionals with particular areas of PCP4.01 Culinary Concepts (if required) 10
expertise in culinary arts and food and beverage service. The staff
maintains contact with other professionals through organisations PCP4.02 Productions 20
such as HCIMA (Hotel and Catering Industry Management Association),
London City & Guilds Association, RANZ (Restaurant Association of New PCP4.03 Garde Manger 20
Zealand), HANZ (Hospitality Association of New Zealand), Service IQ
(Service Industry Qualifications), NZCA (New Zealand Chefs Association) PCP4.04 Saucier 50
and, CFANZ (Cookery and Food Association of New Zealand).
PCP4.05 Patissier 30
We value our partnership with students and aim to provide quality
education in a supportive environment, encouraging personal growth and LEVEL 5 25
professional development. 20
PCP5.01 Staff Management in the Kitchen
ENTRY CRITERIA PCP5.02 Managing Operational Roles
in an F&B Establishment
ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Cookery Strand
Applicants entering at Level 5 need to have demonstrated equivalent
cookery knowledge or skills as attained via the NZ Certificated in Cookery PCP5.11 Food Preservation 25
(Level 4) or National Certificate in Hospitality (Level 4). Demonstrations
of knowledge and skills can be either through study at EIT or another PCP5.12 Advanced Saucier 25
institution, or practical work in the hospitality or similar industry that
includes a focus on professionalism. Basic computer skills are required. PCP5.13 Advanced Menu Design 25
Please note: The learning activities for all qualifications require students
to cook with and consume all types of meat – applicants who are Patisserie Strand 25
vegetarian should speak directly with international staff ([email protected] PCP5.21 Artisan Breads & Pastries 25
eit.ac.nz) before completing the application process. Course duration and PCP5.22 Advanced Cake Decorating 25
final programme structure subject to change. PCP5.23 Advanced Plated Dessert & Garnishes
0
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENTRY REQUIREMENT PCP5.03 London City and Guilds Award

Applicants for whom English is not their first language must have an
acceptable level of English language fluency prior to enrolment in the
programme. This may be demonstrated in a variety of ways, including
successful study of a programme in which English was the language of
instruction, completion of a New Zealand Certificate in English Language
(Level 4 with an Academic endorsement), approved scores on IELTS tests
(Academic score of 5.5 with speaking and listening bands no lower than
5.5, and reading and writing bands no lower than 5.0.)

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www.international.eit.ac.nz

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