The Hurst Campus Announces Gap Year Course
If you are planning of taking a year off from core academic studies, the Gap Year Course offered by The Hurst Campus can benefit you in a number of ways in creating a enhanced career path. Being a passionate culinary institute in South Africa, its Gap Year Classes can broaden your mind with all the required skills to be a professional in the hospitality and tourism industry.
Starting in July 2014, the Gap Year Course is targeted at students with the desire to have a rewarding career as a professional chef. The 15 Months Advanced Food and Wine Diploma Course will welcome all the talents from various parts of the world to polish their culinary skills guided by experts with years of experience in this arena. The institute is well reputed among its competitors because they teach classic French technique to create modern new dishes. In addition, the curriculum of the Gap Year Course will comprise of theoretical learning, detailed discussions and hand-on training to brush up those with basic skills and allow the learners to comprehend the entire subject in depth. The institute’s main intension is to equip all aspiring students with the talent and proficiency that potential employers look forward to having in their kitchens.
By imparting the skills, experience and knowledge to prepare menus and to work with the highest standards, graduates from the academy will be easily employed among renowned industry leaders. To guarantee job creation, The Hurst Campus maintains superior relationships with a number of hospitality and chalet companies, from across South Africa and abroad. Thus, the academy invites those with talent to turn their dreams into reality by joining their Gap Year Course, starting soon.