Make Tarts and Short-Crust Pastries
Participants who are competent will be awarded a Statement of Attainment (SOA) issued by Skillsfuture Singapore (SSG) for the WSQ competency unit “Make Tarts and Short-Crust Pastries”
4 days (35 hours) duration
This course is developed based on WSQ National Competency Standard for the Food and Beverage Operations Industry.
On completion of this competency unit, the Learner will have the knowledge, skills and attributes (values) acquired and be able to apply them at various workplaces.
- Short Bread
- Apple / Fruits Tarts
- Egg Tarts
- Apple Crumble
- Lemon Tarts
- List and describe the functionality of ingredients used in making Short-Crust Pastry Making
- Use the various Short-Crust Pastry Making methods to produce Traditional Scottish Short bread, Apple Pie and Apple Streusel, Egg Tarts, Fruit Tarts, Apple Flan with frangipane filling, Chocolate mousse and classic favourite Lemon Meringue Pie
- Discuss and calculate the cake recipes using Baker’s Percentage and ratio and proportion
- Evaluate baked Short-Crust Pastry products by comparing and assessing the product outcome
- Complete the baking to the required standard taking into consideration the crust, crumb colour and visual eye appeal.
|Full Fee before funding||$727.60|
|Net fee after funding:|
(i) Course Fee Support
- The self-sponsored applicant/ sponsoring company will pay to BITC the Nett Course Fee after the course fee funding.
(ii) SkillsFuture Credit – for self-sponsored applicants only
- SkillsFuture Credit may be used to pay for the Nett Course Fee so that no out-of-pocket payment is required.
- All Singaporeans aged 25 years old and above will be able to access their SkillsFuture Credit account and submit a claim of up to $500 via www.skillsfuture.sg/credit.
- All SkillsFuture Credit claims have to be submitted before or latest on course commencement date.
- Eligibility: Minimum 16 years old (Course Fee Support is only applicable to trainees aged 21 years and above)
- Primary PSLE
- Must be able to speak, read and write in English and demonstrate competency at Level 4 (Lower Secondary) for Employability Skills (ES) WSQ Workplace Literacy and Numeracy
A WSQ Statement of Attainment will only be issued upon successful completion of the module by fulfilling the following requirements:
- Achieve 75% attendance
- Pass the assessment
Applicants should submit the following documents at least 2 weeks before class commencement date:
- Completed Registration Form
All documents are to be sent to:
BITC Administration Office
Baking Industry Training College
3 Irving Road ,
Tai Seng Centre, #02-01/02 Singapore 369522.
or Emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
All information provided by students will be treated in the strictest confidence.
For more information, please contact BITC at Tel: 6908 0955.