Capscium Culinary Studio
Capsicum Culinary Studio has six campuses across the country, 6 000 graduates, talented and experienced chef lecturers and is the largest chef school in South Africa. Capsicum Culinary Studios's qualifications are internationally recognised and the website claims they have a pass rate above 95%.
Capscium offers various programmes including a professional chef, professional patisserie, fundamental chef and food and beverage services. They also offer a 'Chef 101' online course.
- Cape Town
- Port Elizabeth
For information on Capscium's fees, look on their website or contact them directly.
Capsicum is registered with several accrediting bodies including City & Guilds, Worldchefs, and Fasset. These bodies provide Capscium with the curriculum requirements, as well as quality-checking the teaching and training processes whilst setting and assessing final exams.
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