173 M. Paterno St. San Juan, Metro Manila
Trunk line 727-0581/82 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Food and Beverage Services
Program is a 24-month (2 years) diploma course
in Food and Beverage Services for the hotel and
restaurant industry aiming to uplift young women’s
quality of life through education based on Christian
ideals and gainful employment with livelihood
skills, proper values, and good work ethics, thus
enhancing their contribution to the country’s
It employs the dual training
systems, integrating theory and hands-on experience
throughout the two years of the program duration
by alternating in-school and on-the-job training
in a pre-arranged partner hotel and restaurant.
In-house supervisors and training coordinators
are given an executive briefing and meet regularly
with the school staff to guarantee consistency
of training received.
• Partnership with hotels and restaurants
where the students are guaranteed to receive relevant
quality training and opportunities for gainful
• Holistic education, which provides the
students with skills training, general culture
and values formation.
• Personalized guidance and tutorial system
catering to the individual needs and circumstances
of the students.
• Spiritual formation for students is provided
by the chaplaincy. Students are encouraged to
receive spiritual direction from the School Chaplain.
Catholic doctrine classes, Confession, Benedictions,
Recollections, a closed yearly retreat amongst
others are also organized for those who wish to
avail of them.
• Quality facilities including one to one
provisions for computer training.
• P5,000 / scholar / month
• P60,000 / year
• P120,000 / 2 years
The hotel / restaurant
industry partners contribute one-half of the expenses.
The school looks for donors for the balance.
The students undergo the European-inspired dual
training system, spending an aggregate of twelve
months in school and twelve on-the-job training
in cooperating hotels and restaurants.
The curriculum has three major
components, carrying a total of 158 units distributed
Work Skills (102 units)
•Food Service & Preparation
•Civic Welfare and Training Service
Attitudes (20 units)
Skills / General Culture (36 units)
Benefits Enjoyed by Punlaan
• Free tuition
• Free provision of books and laboratory
• Monthly stipend
• High School grade average of 80%
• 5’2” in height
• Single, physically and mentally fit
• Family income of P12,000 for a family
of four (4)
• Students may apply from January to May. The program
starts in June every year.
• Student population: around 120 scholars
/ year (1st and 2nd year)
ten month, modular, four hours weekly (1 p.m.
to 5 p.m.) program includes the following:
• Table Setting and Service
• Conversational English
• Basic Sewing
• Values Education
cost of the program is P1,500 / month, to be paid
by the employer, inclusive of all ingredients
for cooking classes.
may enroll from May to July. The program starts
July of every year.