Commercial Cooking NC IV in the Philippines
Commercial Cooking NC IV is a short TESDA course in the Philippines that will train you in managing a small restaurant or cooking business as well as preparing foods that meet specific dietary and cultural requirements.
Some examples of core competencies that you will acquire from taking this course include:
- Planning and organizing work
- Conducting assessments
- Managing finances within a budget
- Applying catering control principles
- Managing facilities associated with commercial catering contracts
- Managing quality customer service
- Managing workplace diversity
Commercial Cooking NC IV takes a minimum of 260 hours to complete.
That is about 3 months for an 8-12nn Monday-Friday class schedule.
Basic requirements for this TESDA course include:
- Copy of NSO Birth Certificate
- Highschool or College Diploma
- Certified True Copy of Transcript of Records or Form 137
- Certificate of Good Moral Character
- 1×1 and/or 2×2 Pictures
Different schools and training centers have their own set of requirements to enroll in any of their programs. It is best to contact them for their complete list of Admission Requirements.
Some Technical Vocational Institutions (TVIs) may require you to complete Commercial Cooking NC III before being allowed to take Commercial Cooking NC IV.
There is also a Commercial Cooking NC II TESDA course being offered in the Philippines that you might be interested in.
Qualified graduates of Commercial Cooking NC IV can find employment as any of the following:
- Sous Chef
- Executive Sous Chef
- Restaurant Chef
Competency Assessment and Certification
Students enrolled in the Commercial Cooking NC IV course may be required to undergo a Competency Assessment at any TESDA-Accredited Competency Assessment Center for Commercial Cooking NC IV before graduation. A National Certificate (NC IV) will be issued to students who passed this assessment.
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