Nestlé Professional, a business unit of Nestlé Việt Nam, and the Saigon Professional Chefs’ Guild launch the Việt Nam Young Culinary Talent programme (YOCUTA) in HCM City. — VNS Photo Courtesy of Nestlé
Viet Nam News
HCM CITY — Nestlé Professional, a business unit of Nestlé Việt Nam, partnered with the Saigon Professional Chefs’ Guild to launch a programme called Việt Nam Young Culinary Talent (YOCUTA) in HCM City last week.
The programme, which seeks to contribute to the development of the Vietnamese culinary industry and support passionate culinary talents by enhancing their employment prospects, comprises two modules.
The first module is to equip young chefs with basic knowledge on nutrition and health, train them the skills for job interviews and consult with professional chefs.
The second module is to enable them to participate in a professional training courses at vocational training institutes, in which the institute and Nestle Professional will subsidize a part of the school fees for these young chefs.
The programme starts with the first module and will be expanded in the coming years. The target is to double the number of young chefs participating in the programme next year.
The “Young Culinary Talent” is a global initiative of Nestle Group’s Nestle Professional, which has been launched this year in many countries around the world. — VNS