One field that is proving to be a good career choice is the culinary industry. Although it has been affected by Covid-19, it is already showing signs of bouncing back and, once the pandemic is over, it is believed that there will be an increased demand for staff so now is the best time to study to become a chef.
For this reason, Capsicum Culinary Studio will be hosting an open day at six of its campuses countrywide on Saturday, May 22, from 8am until 2pm.
Those who attend the open day can interact with the schools’ talented chef lecturers, who are leaders in the culinary field, as well as chat to expert advisors who will assist in making their hospitality dreams come true. Qualifications on offer include the three-year advanced professional chef programme; the year-long full or part-time professional chef programme and the hugely popular one-year full or part-time patisserie programme.
The studio also partners with renowned Business & Hotel Management School (BHMS) in Lucerne, Switzerland, which allows for the exchange of teaching and professional experiences between both schools.
Capsicum Culinary Studio's: Boksburg
: Unit 6, Bartlett Lake Office Park, Cnr Leith and Trichards Roads, Boksburg. Tel: 011 918 2690.Cape Town
: 6th Floor, Rex Trueform Office Park, 263 Victoria Rd, Salt River. Tel: 021 442 0600.Durban
: 300 Granada Square, 16 Chartwell Dr, Umhlanga Rocks. Tel: 031 561 1959.Johannesburg
: 3 Keyes Ave, Rosebank. Tel: 011 234 1896.Port Elizabeth
: 1 Newmarket Rd, Greenacres, Gqeberha. Tel: 041 365 2606.Pretoria
: Menlyn Square, Ground Floor, South Building, 134 Aramist Ave, Waterkloof Glen. Tel: 012 993 0071.
The courses are internationally recognised and the school works with CATHSSETA, QCTO, City & Guilds, the American Hospitality Academy to ensure that their alumni have made their mark throughout the world.
For more information visit https://www.capsicumcooking.com/open-days
or contact one of the local campus'.