The Benefits of doing a Diploma in Culinary Management
If you are an aspiring restaurateur or dream of managing your own food service operation one day, you must know that there’s more to running a great establishment than just serving fine food. Not only it demands solid knowledge, strong business sense also goes a long way. You should pursue a career in culinary management if you love the idea of blending your cooking knowledge with management and entrepreneurial skills. For a start, a Diploma in Culinary Management will prepare you with the essential operational training and managerial skills needed, in order to acquaint yourself with the challenges and working conditions that are expected upon graduation.
The Diploma in Culinary Management at Le Cordon Bleu Malaysia has been designed for students who not only want to deepen their culinary techniques but also to learn more about gastronomy and management. The main focus is to equip students with practical and technical advanced culinary skills as well as entrepreneurship and management studies. Different from culinary arts, this programme is formulated for visionaries who enjoy cooking but and at the same time intend to take a more business-oriented approach to their career. It is all about working with the customers and the team to ensure the restaurant or the food service operation run most effectively. With food industry being one of the biggest sectors today, there is always a great demand in culinary school graduates, be it in hotels, restaurants, food corporations or many other culinary related settings.
Located just a few stones away from Kuala Lumpur city centre, our Malaysian campus follows the same Le Cordon Bleu culinary management programme which combines culinary innovation, gastronomy & food trends, menu concepts & marketing, wine & beverages, cost control, key operational & professional kitchen management, food hygiene & safety and business environment. Just what it takes to launch a tremendous career in the industry.
Food connoisseurs all around the world are always in the lookout for more high quality food & beverage and they set a very high standard for culinarians to follow. That means, you will need more than just a solid foundation to set your foot in the industry while the challenges get tougher every day. At Le Cordon Bleu, students will be taught through culinary workshops, interactive learning, food business mentoring and field trips where students will develop creativity and innovation in line with modern food trends. The modules also enable students to develop their research and presentation skills together with their ability to design, develop and implement systems that assist in the successful operation of a food business. By the end of the course, they will be able to demonstrate innovative ideas with a good business plan and budget in the setting up and development of their own business profile.
To qualify for this programme, one must have completed Le Cordon Bleu Grand Diplôme, Diplôme de Cuisine and Diplôme de Pâtisserie.
With the art of French cooking, leadership skill and sought-after qualifications to match, you can see yourself donning a cravat and cap being an Executive Chef one day, a restaurant manager of a famous food chain you’ve seen on TV, F & B manager of your favourite eatery, restaurant supervisor / manager, caterer, food product developer, or even a TV host for a never-before-produced cooking show! You’re off to a good start as there is abundant of possibilities to explore when you have what it takes to succeed and when you’re ready to say “oui” to the wondrous culinary world.
Who knows, you could even change the future of food industry?