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Inclusive Culinary programme at Montfort Melaka

Feb 10, 2024

The Montfort Youth Centre in Melaka is currently introducing an inclusive culinary programme open to both male and female candidates. Complemented by its recently constructed disability-friendly training workshop and dormitory, the programme welcomes youth who are wheelchair bound, those who are physically challenged (on a case-by-case basis), as well as individuals with mild autism. The inaugural session of the culinary programme is set to commence on March 8.

Students will not only master the art of cooking and baking but also gain expertise in serving food and beverages. Our state-of-the-art training workshop includes a dedicated café for hands-on practice. We encourage aspiring and talented young individuals to apply promptly, as interviews are currently underway.

Application forms can be downloaded at https://montfortyouthcentre.org/admission/ or call 06-351 0114/5 for further inquiry.

In July, our Centre will introduce an exciting new course in Digital Printing. This programme covers essential skills such as designing, image editing, and printing. Interested individuals can visit our website to download the application form. Furthermore, additional courses, including modular programmes (short courses), will be introduced gradually.

Bro Peter K, sg, the Director of Montfort Youth Centre, extends his heartfelt gratitude to the clergy, religious, friends, and the faithful for their unwavering support towards the Centre’s holistic educational mission.

“If you are aware of any deserving youth aged 16-19 years, please encourage them to apply. A disciplined and skilled youth will never go hungry. Let us unite to eradicate poverty and progress towards a better nation,” emphasised Bro Peter K.

Since its establishment in 2001, the Montfort Youth Centre in Melaka has empowered over 900 young boys from impoverished backgrounds.

Offering a range of technical skills and character-building programs, the Centre initially introduced its TVET programme in Automotive After Sales Service. Over the years, it expanded its offerings to include courses in Computer System Operation, General Maintenance (Electrical and Welding), and Agriculture.

Supplementary to the core curriculum, students also engage in Communication English and ICT skills, fostering comprehensive skill development. The Home programme prioritises students’ physical, emotional, mental, spiritual, and social well-being, complemented by diverse activities such as skills and language competitions, sports, Fear Factor challenges, and other enriching endeavours. To know more about Montfort Youth Centre, you may scan the following links:

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