Sunday, April 10, 2011

Pacific Global Hospitality Institute: Gateway to International Five-Star Hospitality Industry

When I was in college, I always ask myself why do I need to take subjects that are not related to my course.  College years will be shorter and I can have a job immediately.  I was a working student then and I cannot handle work and studies at the same time so I decided to take a vocational course.

I took up medical transcription and landed on the right job, a medical transcriptionist.  That is for the medical field, but now for those aspiring chefs, here's a school and training institution that serves as a gateway for its graduates to become part of the five-star hospitality industries in just as short as 2 months.

We went to a school tour during the press launch held at Tri-Place Hotel in Quezon City (where the school is also located) on April 9, 2011.  Although the interiors of the school is not yet finished, we have already seen the high quality standards of their facilities.

Mr. Raymond Chan touring the guests at PGHI.

The school will provide students with state-of-the-art equipment, materials and technology typically found in target establishments that will prepare the students for the real world of fine dining and services.  We were informed that a one big room can accommodate 20 students.  They committed to high quality all the way, the ratio of such facilities for each student will never be less than optimum so they get the total learning experience they deserve.

Ms. Marghieth Garcia, Mr. Luis Tiu, and Mr. Raymond Chan

Mr. Luis Tiu, President of PGHI and Tri-Place Hotel says that he wants the students to get employed upon finishing their course at PGHI.  The school will assist students in linking with renowned employers through its active career counselling arm.

"We train them for employment.  That's why we also offer a 'study now, pay later' scheme for we really want to generate more jobs and opportunities here and abroad."

For more information, visit:

Certificate in Food and Beverage Service – 2-month Intensive Program
Subject areas: Hygiene, Safety and Security; Workplace English; Putonghua (Mandarin); Personal Skills; Food & Beverage Service Theory; Practical Food & Beverage Service; Liquor Studies.

Advanced Certificate in Professional Food and Beverage Service – 1-year Full-time Program
Subject areas: Food & Beverage Service Theory; Practical Food & Beverage Service; Alcoholic Beverages; Catering Operations, Sales & Marketing; Business Administration in F&B Operations; and Communications for Food & Beverage Service.

Certificate in Professional Culinary Arts – 1-year Full-time Program
Subject areas: Kitchen & Catering Operations; Food Production Practice; Applied Science/Nutrition; Business Administration for Kitchen & Catering Operations; Information Technology; English for Kitchen & Catering Operations.

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