Commercial Cooking NC II in the Philippines

The Commercial Cooking NC II program (CC-NCII) provides knowledge and skills in the use of kitchen tools, preparing and cooking hot and cold meals. The program also includes classes in native and international food, preparation of plate meat/food to guests in restaurants, hotels, motels, clubs, canteens and cruises.

Admission requirements for Commercial Cooking NC II program in the Philippines

  • Must have the original and photocopy of the high school report card (form 138)
  • Must have recommendation from High school principal and guidance counsellor
  • Must have most recent medical and dental health record
  • Must take and pass the college entrance examination
  • Must have a copy of NSO certified birth certificate
  • Must have a certificate of good moral character
  • Must have a copy of the honourable dismissal
  • Must have a copy of the high school diploma
  • One 2”x 2” copy of latest photo

Duration of Commercial Cooking NC II program in the Philippines

The Commercial Cooking NC II program takes 5 months to complete.

Subjects included in the Commercial Cooking NC II program

  • Prepare vegetables, fruits, eggs and starch products
  • Prepare pastry, cakes, and yeast-based products
  • Prepare and portion controlled meat cuts
  • Prepare cook and serve food for menus
  • Clean and maintain kitchen premises
  • Prepare and cook poultry and game
  • Receive and store kitchen supplies
  • Prepare stocks, sauces and soups
  • Select, prepare and cook meat
  • Prepare appetizers and salads
  • Prepare hot and cold desserts
  • Package prepared foodstuffs
  • Organize and prepare food
  • Prepare and cook seafood
  • Prepare sandwiches
  • Present food

What are the career opportunities for graduates of Commercial Cooking NC II in the Philippines?

  • Cold-Kitchen Cook
  • Hot-Kitchen Cook
  • Pantry Worker
  • Pastry Cook

Reviews of Commercial Cooking NC II graduates:

Aquarius 17
Studied Commercial Cooking NC II
at Kabaka Manpower Training Center
Graduated: 2012

About my college education:
I think that my course is rather basic – a trainee must focus on understanding of theories and be able to apply learning of such. I also think that one must develop key competencies thru constant feedback to improve performance.
Most of the trainers are not yet competent because the application of the subjects is not in accordance with TESDA requirements. I also think that subjects should be modular in nature.

My current job:
Trainer/ Instructor

Am I using what I learned in college:
No, because training was not that good.

How long did it take to find a job after graduation:
You won't have a job unless you finish trainer's methodology.

Do I recommend studying Commercial Cooking NC II:
One who finished CC-NCLL needs to further his/her education; otherwise, they will find difficulty in getting a job.
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