First Culinary Summit: Skills is the new global currency according to SKD Academy

SKD Culinary school

SKD Academy is one of the leading Culinary schools in the Philippines recently held a 1st Culinary Summit in Amoranto Theater in Quezon City entitled “Power up! Skills is the new global currency”. They include the words Learn.Work.Enjoy on their flyers , which I could definetly seen on the event. This event showcase each of their campuses around the Philippines. Quezon City, Meycauayan in Bulacan, Batangas City, Lipa City in Batangas, Gapan City in Nueva Ecija, Baguio City, San Fernando in Pampanga, La Trinidad in Benguet.

It was a whole day event that discussed the different facets of becoming a chef.  The day was filled with celebration of empowerment that was imparted to its students and public.  The culinary school believes that being empowered to have skills is the new global currency. 

They aim to help the students acquire new set of skills or enhance their existing culinary skills turning them into a competitive and the best workforce in the country.  “Passion and hardwork is what drives having a valued skill set.  Together, we want you to have as an edge when we conquer the culinary world’, Mr. Jefferson Camba mentioned to his opening speech during the summit. To end, this event was a tribute to all of the talents and skills of its students as they raise it to a level that has a potential to go global.

Also at the event they have lots of guest speakers that inspire each students to persue their Culinary dream to be a great chef. We we're given a Media Passport booklet to try all of the offerings of each campus which is exciting.


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For inquiries about SKD Academy, you may contact 09175171118 or log on to its Facebook page, FB.com/SKD Academy for Culinary Arts.  



SKD Culinary school

This event was supported by Destileria Limtuaco & Co. Inc., Cheester, Hunts Spaghetti Sauce, Tramontina, Creamy Delight and Absolute pured distilled water among others.  In photo are the chef instructors of SKD Academy together with Mr. Jefferson Camba, Chairman of SKD Academy (4th from left) and Chef Ronel Britania, Executive Chef of Malacañan Palace (5th from left).

28 comments :

  1. the event has a nice motto. Learn, work, enjoy. which is true.. it's important that you love and enjoy whatever you're doing;)

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  2. Cooking is a very important life skill. When my kids are old enough, I plan to teach them how to cook. Or maybe enroll them in a culinary school.

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  3. Just like many other aspiring 'chef', I too have thought of enrolling myself into one, but it was quite expensive. So right now, I'm happy cooking for the fam hehe! :)

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  4. I'm not very into cooking, but my husband is. I'm sure he'd be thrilled to learn about this.

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  5. I remember I thought about taking culinary classes before because I want to get better with cooking! It's still in my head, though. It's just not at the top of my priority list so I am setting it aside. SKD looks like a promising culinary school. I better check them out! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  6. Learning to cook and bake professionally is one of life's ambition. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Agree. Having culinary skills is an advantage globally most esp. if they do it out of passion and hardwork.

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  8. I really hope I could enroll to a culinary school one of these days. It has always been a dream! And I agree that Skills is the new global currency. As long as you have a skill, you can use it to earn a living!

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  9. My son wants to be a chef when he grows up. I will consider this school pag andon na kami sa stage na yun :)

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  10. It's my first time to hear of SKD.I think being a chef these days is a great career option.Our culinary skills are getting recognition worldwide.

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  11. True. Skills is one of the primary ingredients of success. It has to be developed and zi like schools who focus on developing the skills more than feeding the mind.

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  12. I am planning to enroll in Culinary school this year and I am still scouting for a school that offers the best program. Will check out SKD's site.

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  13. they really offer the basic and technique and not just following recipe

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  14. They have a lot of provincial campuses pala.

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  15. Culinary schools are everywhere nowadays. I hope I get some time in the future to try and enroll in a class. Will bookmark their page for future reference.

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  16. I love to cook whenever I have time and I really love attending cooking workshops and classes too! Hopefully someday I get to attend one from SKD! :)

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  17. I love that there are more schools teaching culinary skills today! Just reminds me that I have no reason to not know how to cook, lol!

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  18. I wanted to try culinary school after college since I've got nothing else to do. Hehehe. That didn't push thru, though, but I'm planning to take baking classes soon :)

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  19. First time to hear this school. There are a lot of culinary schools coming out though, which is good because everyone needs a good does of cooking lesson to survive.

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  20. Cooking is a skill and I think with patience and hardwork, one can learn it. This summit is a good avenue for chefs and aspiring chefs

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  21. Oh that was nice! I always wanted to study cooking though i know how to cook naman. I like to learn cheffy style recipes and techniques.. this is nice!

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  22. I wanted to take up culinary classes before but I'm afraid that it will lessen the time spent with my family. This is great though for those who are newly high school grads or those who wanted to pursue their passion for cooking.

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  23. More and more people are getting interested to hone their culinary skills. Good thing there are culinary schools like SKD Academy that bring out the best in each student.

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  24. Do they offer baking classes also?

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  25. My two daughters are still undecided as to what course to take in college. Part of them wants to be a chef. This sounds like a good school for them to consider if they decide to go that route.

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  26. The food industry is the current trend in business which opens more opportunities for Filipinos. Glad SKD is here to support and nurture our future chefs. (Macy)

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  27. I'm wondering how one culinary school differentiates itself from the others. Can anyone share what sets SKD Academy apart from the rest? Thanks :)

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  28. Cooking, as I see it, is a needed skill to survive. Though we could always buy ready cooked meals, the smile of eating your own creation and serving it to your family is way different - there is a certain proud smile, sort of an achievement.

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