Fundamentals in Baking and Pastry Arts Course (FBPAC) by CCA Manila - SpeedyCourse Philippines
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Fundamentals in Baking and Pastry Arts Course (FBPAC)

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In-Person / Short Course
Ended last Nov 17, 2018
PHP  49,800.00 (VAT inclusive)


The Fundamentals in Baking & Pastry Arts course compressed in 82-hour, 10 to 13-day comprehensive hands-on training program that is based on CCA’s commitment in developing baking skills, infusing knowledge and transforming the learner’s attitude though the right concepts and techniques, proper palate training, speed in working and teamwork. Each class is designed to teach a specific skill which gradually becomes more complex as the program progresses. The sessions conclude with a group tasting and a critique of the day’s work by the chef instructor so that the participants continue to develop their skills.



Session 1- Introduction to Professional Cooking & Basic Foundation Course andKitchen Safety and Sanitation

Session 2 - Nutrition and Knife Skills

Session 3 - Cookies and Bars

Session 4 - Quick Breads

Session 5 - Rolls and Loaves

Session 6 - Individual Pastries

Session 7 - Basic Cakes 1

Session 8 - Basic Cakes 2

Session 9 - Specialty Breads

Session 10 - Specialty Cakes

Session 11 - Rolled Fondant and Basic Cake Decoration

Session 12 - Filipino Desserts

Session 13 - Chocolate Confectioneries


No. of Days: 13
Total Hours: 82
No. of Participants: 10
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The Cravings Group of Companies established the Center for Culinary Arts, Manila in 1995. The people behind the company saw an overwhelming potential in the resourcefulness and creativity of many Filipino chefs and bakers. The group believed that given a curriculum that will provide the basic foundation of knowledge, skills and attitude, supported by a talented pool of faculty and modern facilities, the hopeful chefs and bakers will be able to make breakthroughs in the global culinary arts scene.

Thus, the conceptualization began and the dream that was the Center for Culinary Arts, Manila (CCA-Manila) was slowly actualized with much careful thought and preparation. Laying the groundwork was no easy task for the team of experts headed by Dr. John Knapp, project coordinator of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology and Dr. Corazon F. Gatchalian, a faculty member of the College of Home Economics of the University of the Philippines, Diliman. It took three years to assess and address the needs of the industry, develop an effective curriculum, gather a powerful team of chef instructors and to construct the building that will eventually become the home to future culinary professionals. ...

Center for Culinary Arts, Manila
287 Katipunan Avenue Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines 1800
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