This diploma programme includes culinary and business inclusives. Students spend time in the classroom as well as gain hands-on experience in school kitchen laboratories and in food service businesses. An outside internship in a food service establishment adds value. This practical experience trains graduates to work easily.
The progamme involves seventeen weeks of teaching followed by four weeks of Industrial Training. Classes are conducted at the institute involving theory input and practical laboratory teaching. The subjects cover the entire gamut.
Successful candidates with a diploma in Food and Beverage Service can work in restaurants and bars and work their way up to floor manager, restaurant manager or business manager (F&B Manager). They also have excellent prospects in other areas of hospitality, such as banquet and event management or are equipped with the skills to independently manage a restaurant or bar.