Scaffold Erection NC II
Scaffolding Scaffold Erection NC II (National Certificate II) The following is part of manual. Details will be available in training programs Scaffolding must be erected, and dismantled in accordance with applicable OSHA standards and under the supervision of a TSDA certified scaffold erection assessor with TESDA registered assessment center such Tech Pacific College and Assessment Center, Inc., Cubao, Quezon City. Base/Footing The base and mud sill must provide a solid surface for the feet to sit upon so that the scaffold doesn't sink, move, settle, or shift. Unstable objects, such as bricks, cinder blocks, buckets, scrap lumber, etc., shall not be used to support or level scaffolds.More Info
Cookery NC II
Inspect food preparation and serving areas to ensure observance of safe, sanitary food-handling practices. Season and cook food according to recipes or personal judgment and experience. Observe and test foods to determine if they have been cooked sufficiently, using methods such as tasting, smelling, or piercing them with utensils. Weigh, measure, and mix ingredients according to recipes or personal judgment, using various kitchen utensils and equipment.
Food and Beverage Services NC II
Food & Beverage servers process orders and serve food & beverage items to customers, ensure customers are satisfied with their dining experience, handle complaints and concerns as they occur. They are employed in restaurants, dining rooms, fast food outlets, hotels, private clubs, convention centres and on cruise ships. They have knowledge of service techniques, food and beverage product and practices of responsible alcohol service.
Housekeeping Servicing NC II
Management and maintenance of the property and equipment of an institution or organization. Performs routine duties in cleaning and servicing of guest rooms and baths at hotels, hospitals, and other institutions, under supervision of housekeeping supervisor. Room attendant promotes a positive image of the property to guests and must be pleasant, honest, friendly and should also able to address guest requests and problems.
Computer Hardware Servicing NV II
Computer hardware is the collection of all the parts you can physically touch. Software is a set of instructions for a computer to perform specific operations. You need both hardware and software for a computer system to work. Computer technicians fill this need, and while their specific responsibilities can vary from position to position, duties often include: Installing hardware and software systems Maintaining or repairing equipment Troubleshooting a variety of computer issues Setting up computer security measures Configuring computer networks Offering technical support on-site or via phone or email
Ship’s Catering NC I
This course provides skills, knowledge and attitudes required in rendering catering services on the ship in accordance with maritime industry standards. It covers competencies in providing mess hall services, performing housekeeping services as well as providing assistance in receiving and storing provision and supplies.
Bartending NC II
The purpose of this position is to interact with our guests and ensure they have a great experience when dining at the bars at cities, resorts , cruise ships. Restaurant Bartenders are responsible for positive guest interactions while accurately mixing and serving beverages to guests and servers in a friendly and efficient manner. At all times, bartenders are expected to be attentive to our guest needs and making them feel welcome, comfortable, important and relaxed.
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