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Where can I get a license in cooking?

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Where can I get a license in cooking?

Postby erlingtonong » 27 Nov 2012, 14:26

Hi guys, Do you have any idea where to get a license in cooking? I actually applied for a cooking job in a hotel and they told me that I should have a license first. I'm a fresh grad of Hospitality Management and I've done cooking internships on hotels before, but I didn't know that under Taiwan law it is required to have a license...Need your help guys. :pray: thanks :)
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Re: Where can I get a license in cooking?

Postby 2Enigma » 14 Dec 2012, 15:09

Cook them up a great meal and they will forget about the license. This is Taiwan after all!
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Re: Where can I get a license in cooking?

Postby erlingtonong » 20 Dec 2012, 15:03

2Enigma wrote:Cook them up a great meal and they will forget about the license. This is Taiwan after all!


yeah you're right. :) well, thanks for your reply buddy. :bow:
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Re: Where can I get a license in cooking?

Postby tsukinodeynatsu » 08 Jan 2013, 15:44

Ask around at cram schools, often there are courses aimed at getting the licences :)

Otherwise, ask the department of education.
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Re: Where can I get a license in cooking?

Postby erlingtonong » 14 Jan 2013, 12:08

tsukinodeynatsu wrote:Ask around at cram schools, often there are courses aimed at getting the licences :)

Otherwise, ask the department of education.


Ok will do! thanks tsukinodeynatsu! :bow:
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