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2015-10-07 06:00
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FOR 12 years Capsicum Culinary Studio has produced over 4000 alumni across our six campuses that have established themselves as leaders within various markets.

Our graduates are working at various levels in some of the world’s most renowned establishments, whilst others have taken the entrepreneurial Capsicum spirit and established their own hospitality-inspired businesses and consultancies.

If you are passionate about cooking and want to expand your skills, then Capsicum Culinary Studio’s Port Elizabeth Campus in the heart of Newton Park makes it accessible for aspiring Chefs who want to pursue a culinary qualification that is internationally endorsed by City andamp; Guilds.

Under the guidance of Campus Manager, Diane Johns and Chef Lecturers, Bernice Warner and Pieter de Klerk, our students are educated in an environment that values diversity, passion for learning, creativity and inspiration to achieve.

One success story is Jasmine Marsal who graduated from the Port Elizabeth campus in 2011 with a Diploma in Food Preparation and Cooking.

During 2013 she competed in the International Young Chef Challenge as part of the SA Junior Culinary team for under 25’s. Her team won a bronze medal for their Hot Kitchen entry; however it was the Cold Table that really impressed the judges and won them a silver medal. Her advice to aspiring chefs is to take part in as many competitions as possible because they teach one to work efficiently under pressure.

Jasmine is currently working on getting her Olympic colours for cooking and is actively involved with the Young Chefs Club.

Join the winning team at Capsicum Culinary Studio and enrol today.

Visit the campus for the next open day on 21 October from 18:00-20:00 and contact George Sauerman on 041 365 2606 / 086 111 2433 or enquirype@capsicumcooking.co.za for more information.

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