Additional Fees: R 7 850.00 to cover the costs of:
– Text / Reference Book
– Knife Set & Box
– Cake decorating equipment set
– Uniforms (Chef’s trousers, jackets, neck ties, aprons, hat & name badge)
– Files & Clipboard
– Printed Recipes
– Theory notes & manuals
Costs of the above items are quoted at current supplier costs, Warwick’s supplies items at cost, as we receive preferential rates for bulk.
* Not included in the above fees: Black enclosed non-slip shoes, accommodation, laundry, transport costs to and from the school, beverages at the school, additional photocopying/printing/stationary.
Warwick’s Chef school is proud to have many graduates working in some of the finest establishments in the country, as well as many who have succeeded in this industry abroad.
Students build their careers in all aspects of the hospitality industry, including: restaurants / hotels / game lodges / guests houses / catering companies / cruise liners / yachts etc.
As each field is suited to specific students, Warwick’s helps to guide graduates in the right direction to build a career path by gaining the right experience along their journey through the culinary industry.
At Warwick’s, we value a high level of professional pride. Each member of our team of tutors is an expert in their own field and are eager to share their knowledge and expertise to mold young and upcoming chefs. We believe in teaching our students to work with accuracy while under pressure on a daily basis when doing practical training and gaining experience at the school’s on-site restaurant & function venue. This helps to prepare the students for the internship period that they will complete in the industry during the latter part of the diploma course.
We encourage our students to be creative during their practical sessions and experiment with different techniques and trends. Our aim is to guide our students to have a solid knowledge of the ‘cheffing’ field and to equip them with a wide range of perfected skills to ensure their success in the hospitality industry.
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION:
Warwick’s Chef School has an intake of students every January & July.
To start the process of application, we invite you to complete the Warwick’s Chef School Quick ONLINE Application form. This form can be either be completed online, downloaded or Contact us.
The following must please be submitted:
– a copy of your last school report/certificate
– a copy of your Identity Document (Copy of passport for international students)
– 3 colour I.D. size photographs
– a short CV and a handwritten motivational letter
– two written references
– R150.00 application fee
Once you have successfully completed all these steps, your application will be processed.
All applicants are required to have a matric certificate or an equivalent thereof and must be very enthusiastic about becoming a chef. Candidates with lesser qualifications will, however, be considered, based on an entrance exam, interview, and approval by the committee. Applicants must be able to read & speak English and have a healthy positive attitude.
Once accepted, full payment will be due before the start of the course.
It is the responsibility of international students to be in possession of a valid student visa /study permit before starting the course.
We assist all successful applicants to source comfortable accommodation in the nearby villages of Onrust River, Sandbaai and Vermont. We are affiliated with a number of Agencies that have reasonably priced accommodation for our students.
Successful applicants receive a full list of accommodation options, together with their acceptance letters. The options vary from fully furnished accommodation, single flats, and cottages that students can share while on course. Onrust River is a quaint village, close to Hermanus, and is a major tourist attraction, and surfers paradise.