Are you looking for professional waitrons, cooks, kitchen assistants or assistant chefs for the hospitality and tourism industries? Then you do not have to search further than the 11 graduates who recently completed the internationally recognised City & Guilds’ accredited Professional Cooking and Food and Beverage Service Programme at Bergzicht Training.
The 10-week programme is offered by the prestigious The Private Hotel School (PHS) in Vlottenburg, Stellenbosch and trains students in the City & Guilds’ Skills Proficiency Awards in Basic Food Preparation, and Food and Beverage Service. The programme consists of seven weeks of theoretical and practical training at the PHS campus, followed by a three-week work-integrated learning opportunity at a range of hospitality and tourism organisations.
If you are interested in employing one of our graduates, you can contact Bergzicht Training’s Placement Bureau Manager, Ms Sinazo Gosani, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 883 3525 for a copy of the CV of the student/s you are interested in employing and to arrange an interview with the student/s at our offices in Stellenbosch.
You can also find out more about the graduates who recently completed our City & Guilds’ Professional Cooking and Food and Beverage Service Programme by clicking here.
If you want to find out more about what some of our alumni are doing today, you can read all about Xolisa Masimini and Melissa Paulse, who are today respectively employed as a head chef and pastry chef at restaurants in Stellenbosch and were able to complete our course thanks to the Mayoral Youth Skills Development Programme of Stellenbosch Municipality.
Main photo: Here are the graduates who recently completed our City & Guilds’ Professional Cooking and Food and Beverage Service Programme in May this year. At the back from the left are Devon Konstabel, Errol Titus, Franklin Casper, Sydney Mitchell and Raven van Rhyn. In the front are Nadine Lamberts, Lee-Maine Dowdall, Leandré Erasmus, Charmelyn Veldtman, Delicia Jansen, Charné Delport en Allistair van der Westhuizen. (Lynne Rippenaar-Moses)