Do you love foods, eating and cooking? If your answer is yes, please come and visit my food blog! The blog is called ambolicious.com and will feature my latest training in Culinary Arts.
This year i will be very busy in my chosen career. My food blog will feature my experiences from the start up to the end of the training. Aside from recipes and foods, i will also share tips and stories on what’s happening in the kitchen. You can visit ambolicious.com and subscribe to get you notified on my first post!
Why Culinary Arts? Passion in cooking is one of the reasons why there’s a growing number of Filipinos enrolling in Culinary Arts. Aside from Nurses, Cooks and Chefs are also in demand abroad and in a cruise ship as well. A Chef can earn from $3000-$4000 a month in a cruise ship.
How much is the training? Tuition fee in Culinary Arts schools varies from PhP100,000 up to PhP500,000.
What are the Culinary Arts Schools that can be found in Manila? Magsaysay Institute of Hospitality and Culinary Arts (MIHCA) 3/F Times Plaza, United Nations Ave., Cor. Taft Ave., Manila (02) 524-9996/(02) 526-1721 www.mihca.com
Academy for Interational Culinary Arts Suite 207 Skyway Twin Towers #351 Capt Henry Javier Street, Brgy Oranbo, Pasig (+632) 6722119 www.aicaculinary.com
Center for Culinary Arts, Manila 287 Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights Quezon City (+632) 4264840 www.cca-manila.com
International School for Culinary Arts and Hotel Management Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City (+632) 926 8888 / 920 1481 www.iscahm.com
Global City Innovative College (GCIC) 3/F Bonifacio Technology Center, 31st st. corner 2nd Avenue Crescent Park West, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City (02) 757-5588 to 91 local 814 to 815 or (02) 882-4242 www.gcic.edu.ph