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Study at Technical College Bangladesh

Technical College strives towards excellence in tuition and

student care. To achieve this we need to ensure a supportive culture throughout the college and most importantly demonstrate such a culture to our staff as they represent the face of Technical College.

It is our aim to make sure our student quality highly skilled and with an enthusiastic attitude but just as importantly that they enjoy the journey. We make training FUN and industry focused that's why so many leading Restaurants send their Apprentices to train at Technical College.

At Technical College we strive to continually provide the best facilities, learning environment and opportunities for our students. We really value our student's feedback and as a result TC's student committee was formed. Students get to contribute in an open forum and work with us to provide a 5 star environment where our student's needs are met.

When our students are in the commercial kitchen, they are required to complete a specified number of practical assessments. Once all assessments have been completed successfully, students are deemed ready to achieve this qualification and enter the workforce or continue towards completion of the remaining units required for the Diploma of hospitality Management qualification (Commercial Cookery Stream)

Technical College represents a qualification that

is based on more sophisticated technical

applications involving competencies

requiring increased theoretical knowledge,

applied in a non-routine environment and which

involves team leadership, management and

increased responsibility for better outcomes.

t reflects the role of a qualified Chef.

Working in a real life situation is essential for success in the Cookery industry.


* Only enroll students who have the desire and aptitude to succeed in their chosen industry.

* Use only the best Facilitators, who are currently working successfully and are involved in the industry.

* Constantly liaise with employers and employees within the industry to ensure that all our programs and techniques meet their potential.

* Demonstrate the highest standards of professionalism and personal integrity in all our education and training activates. This is in order to inspire industry and community confidence and trust in our programs, our teaching, our learning and assessment approaches and the credentials students obtain.

* Provide an environment that safeguards the rights, interests and welfare of students.

* Maintain a challenging learning environment in which all students can experience success.

* Support, implement and promote social justice policies and procedures to assure equal educational opportunity.

* Serve our clients with respect, concern, courtesy and responsiveness.

* Respect and protect the privileged information to which we have access in the course of our duties

* Market our courses and services with integrity, accuracy and professionalism, avoiding vague and ambiguous statements.

* Deliver course within appropriate facilities using methods and materials that will enable students to achieve course outcomes.

* Strive for personal and professional excellence in interacting with students, Industry, and the community to achieve excellence through education and training.

* The concept of equality, fairness and impartiality is a part of all activities within TC.

* Creativity in an essential component of success for TC and our students and plays a critical role in this industry. We endeavour to develop each individual's creativity within their work. So that it is of a current and commercial standard.

* In our training program we strive to use innovative methods to ensure that our students reach their full potential.

* Quality service is the key to our industry. This concept is imbued in all team members and passed on to other students.

* We work as a team and encourage students to be team players while both at Technical College and in their workplace.

* Receive from their Facilitators at the beginning of each course, the

learning objectives, content topics and assessment requirements.

* Receive a regular progress report on their performance to enable

them to gain a view of their overall performance in a course.

* Undergo consistent and objective forms of assessment.

* Receive an extension of time to submit work, where sickness or

misadventure has occurred.

* Receive a full explanation of a result form the Facilitator assessing their work.

* Appeal against a result to a Facilitator and/*or the Training Coordinator

* Have reasonable access to Facilitator to discuss course-related matters outside of course time.

* Contribute to an evaluation of TC policies, practices and programs.

* Learn without having their learning in class interrupted or interfered with by other students.

* Be taught by Facilitators who have a sound knowledge of their discipline and a mastery of various teaching-learning approaches.

* Experience their education in an environment of care and support with an orientation towards success. This includes access to Counseling services.

* Free internet access in our computer lab and common room for our student base.

* Well resourced Staff Room and Teaching Resources.

* Result Marking Framework ensuring assessments occur on a weekly basis rather than loading students and teachers with tremendous workload towards the end of each term.

* Intranet with teaching resources, assessments etc for reference by our teachers new and existing to ensure they are well prepared prior to entering class.


Operate all kitchen equipment and tools including but not

limited to steam kettles, tilt-skillets, slicers. Dishwasher,

stove, steam table, washing machine and dryer, microwave

oven, and other kitchen appliances, broom, mop, motor

vehicle, and telephone. Kitchen Refrigerator, Cold storage,

Broilers-Rotisseries, Fryers, Griddle, Gloves, Oven, Ice

maker, Stainless Steel Kitchen Equipment, Barbecue Gas

Grill, Non 'stick Pan etc,

Number of staff and their qualifications and experience

20 qualified cook working at the moment. Most of them are more than 7 years

experienced cook. All of them did Diploma on Cookery.

Number of students

In Technical College there are 500 students.

English language levels of staff and students

Most of our students and teachers can communicate with better English, and our class language is English.

Curriculum outline of your programs

* Use basic Asian methods of Cookery

* Produce appetizers and snacks for Asian cuisines

* Prepare sauces, dips and accompaniment for Asian cuisines

* Prepare salads for Asian cuisines

* Prepare stocks and soups for Asian cuisines

* Prepare rice and noodles for Asian cuisines

* Prepare meat, poultry, seafood and vegetables for Asian cuisines

* Prepare curry paste and powder for Asian cuisines

* Prepare, cook and serve food

* Prepare vegetarian dishes for Asian cuisines

* Select, prepare and serve specialist Asian cuisines

* Prepare foods according to dietary and cultural needs

* Implement food safety procedures

* Pr Plan and control menu-based catering

* Organize and prepare food

* Presentation of food

* Receive and store kitchen supplies

* Clean and maintain kitchen premises

* Prepare, cook and serve food for manus

* Work with colleagues and customers

* Work in a socially diverse environment

* Overall hygiene and safety maintain in all sector

* Follow health, safety and security procedures

* Promote products and services to customers

* Deal with conflict situations

* Communicate on the telephone

* Follow workplace hygiene procedures

* Coach others in job skills

* Develop and update hospitality industry


* Prepare and produce tandoori food items

* Prepare and produce Indian breads

Industry relationships with local industry

Technical College *TC is proud to be successful in its own right. But we realize that we are even stronger for having other successful local industry which makes us stronger and provides greater opportunities for our students.

British council is one of the largest learning institutes of its kind in Bangladesh with a well deserved reputation for excellence. Many of TC students study English at British Council prior to commencing their their Cook studies at TC.

Paul Mitchell, one of the largest hairdressing product companies in the world, has an exclusive relationship with TC to provide their unique products for students use during their training.

Many of Bangladeshi's hotels rely on the skills and expertise of TC to bring out and develop the talent of their future leading Chefs.

Other international programs you are delivering

We provide IELTS course to the Students who have lack of English knowledge.

Current fees for your programs

* Asian Cookery 25000 bd taka

* IELTS 10, 000 bd taka

* Commercial Cookery 50, 000 bd taka

* Certificate lll on Cookery 25, 000 bd taka

Students Responsibilities

Students are responsible for:

* Working seriously at their studies

* Attending and participating in all

classes and activities punctually

and explaining any absence is required to

Facilitators. A minimum of 80% attendance is required.

* Completing all assessment requirements.

* Actively seeking learning support from Facilitators

* Treating fellow students and TC staff with respect.

* Helping to maintain TC as a caring community.

* Behaving in a responsible way which acknowledges the rights of others as well as their own.

* Always working with clients to satisfy their needs at any stage during the course.

Rules and Regulations

* Students must adhere to class attendance and absenteeism procedures and telephone TC if late or absent.

* Smoking is not permitted in the building at any time.

* Students will make themselves aware of the TC refund, Complaints and Appeals Recognition of Prior Learning Policies.

* Students must be clean, neat and dressed in workable fashion. Footwear must be comfortable and presentable. Closed-in shoes must be worn at all times.

* Any students found guilty of stealing from TC or other students will be expelled immediately.

* Mobile phones must be switched off during class times. Any student found using their phone will have it confiscated for the remainder of the day.

* Students cannot leave the classroom to take phone calls. Messages will only be passed on if urgent. No students are to use TC phones. A blue pay phone is provided for students use.

* MP3 players, smarts phones, PDA's and other such electronic devices are not to be used during class times. Any students found using these during class times will have them confiscated for the remainder of the day.

* During class times students must not leave the classroom without the Facilitator's permission.

* Students will always attend to clients without question at the request of their Facilitator.

* To achieve success students should have 100% attendance. Attendance should never fall below 80%.

Disciplinary Policy

Any student who violates the TC Code of Practice which outlines the college rules and regulations will be made aware of his/her violation by way of incident Report.

If the students violate a rule or regulation that states instant expulsion as the course of action, the Director will enforce the procedure.

For breaches of other rules or regulations, three documented occurrences may cause expulsion at the discretion of the Director.

Disciplinary Procedure

Once a student violates a Rule or Regulation of the college, the Facilitator who was witness to the violation will:

* Complete on incident Report Sheet.

* For a rule requiring instant expulsion, the

report will be handed to the Director.

* The Facilitator will interview the student

* Student is to sign the Incident Report Sheet.

* Once the above is complete, a copy of the report is given to the student and the original filed in the student's file.

* The Student Training Manager will receive each incident Report.

* In the case of the second incident, the Student Training Manager will counsel the student and warn them of the consequences of a third event.

* Three such Incident Reports will be handed to the Director for a decision.

Formal Training

Provide the Facilitator with relevant formal training documents and a written description of prior competencies gained. The applicant will then complete a paper based assessment.

Work Experience

The recognition of prior learning for work experience

and/or pre-vocational training takes the same format

as for formal training.The assessment of competencies

will be both paper based and skills tested.

Life Skill Assessment

The assessment of life skills and relating to customer service and occupational learning, allied to the competencies required are assessed in the same format as formal training assessment.

What are Technical Colleges*

The Bangladesh Government is funding Technical College across Bangladesh in areas where there are skills needs, a high youth population and a strong industry base. Technical Colleges provide young Bangladeshis with the opportunity to commence their training in a traditional trade through an Apprenticeship while at the same time completing academic subjects leading to a year to a year 12 certificates.

What is the advantage of a Technical College

A great way to start training for a career before you leave school is with an Apprenticeship. You can get training, work experience, a nationally recognized qualification and earn a wage.

Australian Technical Colleges provide you with the opportunity to commence training in a traditional trade through an Apprenticeship while at the same time studying academic subjects, relevant to trade careers and leading to a year 12 certificates.

About the Technical Colleges

The principal objective of the Bangladesh Colleges is to address the current and future skills needs of the Bangladesh economy through the achievement of a number of key goals, such as:

* promoting pride and excellence

in trade skills training for young


* providing skills and education in

a flexible learning environment;

* having an industry-led governing

body for each Technical College

which sets out its strategic

directions and performance objectives;

* Providing trade training that is relevant to industry and that leads to nationally recognized qualifications through Apprenticeships, and providing academic and vocational and technical education which is relevant to trade careers and leads to a year 12 certificate.

A new choice for young people

Technical Colleges are for students in year 11 and 12. Students enter into an School based Apprenticeship. Which leads to a nationally recognized qualification; study academic subjects, leading to a Year 12 certificate; and also gain IT, employability and business skills, enabling them to run their own business if they desire. they can also keep the option to go on to further study at university.

The Colleges provide an incentive for more students to stay on at school and encourage more students to pursue a trade qualification. They expand student choice by providing another pathway to a career involving trades. Facilities and educational services offered by the College are high quality, establishing them as centres of excellence in trade training, thereby raising the profile of vocational and technical education in schools and strengthening the training system as a whole. The College play an important role in expanding School based Apprenticeships, particularly in the traditional trade's areas.

A real job

The Technical College experience offers students much more

that just a pathway towards nationally recognized trade

qualifications. Students study relevant academic subjects,

ones that ensure that the link between academia and the real

world is recognized, they gain hands on skills in a real workplace

environment, real working hours and conditions and gain skills

and knowledge that allows them to start a rewarding career in

the trades and eventually run their own business.

How are Technical Colleges different from other schools and registered training organizations*

Technical Colleges are specialist schools with high quality facilities providing tuition for years 11 and 12 students where all students will undertake academic studies relevant to a career in the trades and trades-related vocational course, as well as developing employability and entrepreneurial skills. This combination, together with employment as School-based Apprentices, makes it essential that delivery of services to the students is through flexible delivery arrangements and timetables.

Industry play a pivotal role in both leading and supporting the Colleges, particularly through the governance and the employment of the students as a School based Apprentice.

The College provides students with the opportunity to pursue trades training, leading to a nationally accredited qualification, as well as complete their senior secondary education. Students at the Colleges will have the opportunity to commence a School based Apprenticeship. The Technical Colleges operate autonomously, with a governing body chaired by a local business or industry representative and involving local communities.

Our Vision

The Vision of the Technical College is to

be an education and training institute of

excellence, which meets the needs of

employers and the needs of young

people wishing to undertake a trade

career. In accordance with this mission,

TC promotes pride and excellence in

the acquisition of trade skills through

an emphasis on vocational training,

and provides connections with

business and industry to optimize

the opportunities for its students.

Our Purpose/Mission

The Technical College mission is to:

► provide an environment where young people can gain quality education and trade training while preparing to meet industry needs for a skilled workforce;

► create and sustain partnerships across schools, Local Community Partnerships, training, further education and industry, which provide pathways for youth into building and construction, metal and engineering, automotive, electro technology and commercial cookery careers;

► promote pride and excellence in trade skills training for young people;

► ensure equitable access to all young people, irrespective of gender, socio-economic background, ethnicity, disability and geographic location, wishing to pursue a trade;

► ensure best practices in governance and management of the College;

► provide employability and business skills that enable young people to confidently and effectively take their place in the world of work; having a distinct potential for self-employment;

► Provide trade training that is relevant to industry and meets the needs of the local community and the wider Bangladesh economy.

Access, Equity, Student Selection and Admission

Every student who meets the entry requirements

as prescribed by the appropriate Training package

will be accepted into any training/assessment

program. The TC will incorporate the principles of

equity into all programs. Students have equitable

access to all programs irrespective of their

gender, culture, linguistic background, race,

location, socio-economic background or disability.

Some programs may have a limited number of

vacancies and these will be filled in chronological

order upon completion of enrolment. Admission procedures will therefore be free of discrimination, and if an individual does not meet entry requirements, all attempts are made to assist them to identify alternative courses of action.

TC's staff has been instructed in their responsibilities with regards to Access and Equity principles.

Enrolment, Induction and Orientation

TC conducts an enrolment, induction and orientation program for all students. This program reviews the code of Practice and also includes the completion of an Enrolment form and any specific needs of the individual student with regard to:

► language, literacy and numeracy support;

► venue safety and facility arrangements;

► relevant legislative requirements and accessibility;

► review of the training and assessment program and flexible learning and assessment;

► student support, welfare and guidance services arrangements;

► appeals, complaints and grievance procedures;

► disciplinary procedures; and

► recognition arrangements and Credit Transfer.

Language, Literacy and Numeracy

TC recognizes that all vocational training includes language, literacy and numeracy tasks and all the college trainers and assessors provide:

► materials, resources and assessment tools and tasks that do not require students to have language, literacy and numeracy skills of more complexity than those used in the workplace for the competencies being taugh/ assessed.

► clear models of the language/literacy/numetacy task;

► opportunities for repeated and supported practice; and

► opportunities for independent practics.

Where some students require additional practice and training TC provides language, literacy and numeracy support.

Credit Transfer

If students has obtained competency in a particular

unit of competency in another subject, the student

can cross credit this unit. Documentary evidence, ie

copy of the assessment instruments of competency

needs to be maintained in both Training areas. The

students profile needs to be noted and signed by

the Teacher/Trainer/Assessor. Students, who have

already commenced this certificate course with

another provider, can

Obtain credit transfer of units of competency completed. A Statement of Attainment or Certificate must be used as documentary evidence.

Complaints and Appeals

Should a student seek to appeal an assessment the following procedure will be followed:

Grounds for an appeal in relation to summative assessment may include:

► Insufficient evidence being considered when making an assessment decision

► A belief hat another assessor could reach a different decision.

Process for Appeals

Step 1 The student may make an informal approach to the Teacher/Trainer/Assessor

when the issue will be discussed. Documented notes will be kept. Negotiations

may result in accepted outcome.

Step 2 Should such not resolve the appeal. the student may initiate a formal appeal to

the College Director. Written details of the complaint are to be completed on

the complaints and Appeals Form. This should be given to the College Director

who will make a written reply to the issues raised.

Step 3 After exchanging these documents the parties to the dispute need to meet to

consider whether an accepted outcome has or can be reached.

Step 4 Should a positive outcome not be reached, an independent body (tow

members and a chair) will review the appeal. This body appointed by the

Principle /CEO may consist of a subject expert, teacher, member of the

leadership team, board or an industry representative. All documentation will be

provide to the appeal body that may choose to hear from the parties/

Witnesses orally.

Step 5 Outcomes of the appeals process will be documented and signed by the chari

and a copy provided to the parties and placed on the student's file.

Uniform Policy

The wearing of College uniform is the TC. As an independent

College one of the areas we pride ourselves on is dress and

appearance. It is the parents and students responsibility to

ensure students are fully and correctly attired for all College

and workplace activities.

There are three distinct uniforms at TC that all students must

wear. Only students who are dressed in complete and correctly

worn uniform will be permitted to attend class.


The teacher's responsibility is to match learning and assessment by constructing an appropriate task. Documentation of the task is critical, in terms of its positioning in the unit of work and its description. Teachers are accountable for such documentation. The test paper for a formal test at any level includes details as for Assignment Title Page.


All participants in Recognition of Prior Learning assessment are to be provided with a written report. The assessment carried out in the learning environment by at least two Facilitators and where possible a third person from the industry external to TC. The student will be asked to formally acknowledge credit transfer.

Contact us


Road: 96, House: 4/A (5th Floor) Gulshan-2, Dhaka-1212

Telephone: +8801711056617

Technical College Bangladesh Government license No: 14073



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