VINEYARD TECHNICAL COURSES
(TESDA Registered Programs)
This is a condensed TESDA program that is designed to provide the necessary knowledge and skills to individuals who wish to work in the housekeeping department of the hospitality industry. Students are trained in preparing guest rooms, doing the laundry, dry cleaning of clothes, and the cleaning of equipment and premises.
This TESDA certification program provides students with fundamental knowledge and skills in Culinary Arts, from the use of various kitchen tools to the preparation and cooking of both hot and cold meals. Students will get to know appetizers, salads, main courses, and desserts. They will also be able to prepare complete menus. Graduates of this course are expected to be ready for employment in international hotels and cruise lines.
Bread and Pastry Production NCII
The Bread and Pastry Production NC II Program is a TESDA course that aims to teach and train students in preparing pastries and other desserts to be served in restaurants, hotels, resorts, and other food service establishments. The program also includes training in bakery products decoration, desserts packaging, safety awareness, and accident prevention.
The Bartending NC II training program is designed to produce graduates who are provided with the necessary bartending knowledge and properly trained on how to operate a bar, mix drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic), and provide wine service. The program also includes training in basic customer service.
A student must achieve in the deliverance of good quality coffee in commercially-operated cafes or specialty coffee shops. This qualification is specific to a person who specializes in making coffee beverages.
This Certificate Program helps to prepare students and train them how to systematically keep financial records of a certain business. Completion of this program will aid the students learn how to prepare financial statements, differentiate assets & liabilities and become aware of the process in accounting and business.
Food and Beverages Services NCII
The food and hospitality industries are going strong both here and abroad, providing plenty of opportunity for those who wish to build a career in these industries. The Food and Beverage Services NCII Program is designed to provide the necessary knowledge and skills that will allow students to become successful workers in establishments such as restaurants, clubs, hotels, and resorts.
Trainers Methodology Level I
A TVET trainer performing functions of trainer and assessor must achieve. A TVET trainer is a person who enables a learner or a group of learners to develop competencies to performing a particular trade or technical work.