Free Cooking Class

Japanese Cooking Workshop

  • Chawanmushi
  • Sushi Maki (Cucumber, carrot and crabstick)
  • Salmon Teriyaki
  • Chicken katsu
  • Mochi

Date:
25th and 26th October (Mon, Tues; 9 a.m to 6 pm) max capacity – 6

This course come under the National Silver Academy.
Choose a 3 hours workshop at full price of $90.95 or a bundle of three 3 hours workshops at $262.15.

Under National Silver Academy and Skills Future subsidies you pay nothing.

I know we live in challenging time but the tough get going!

Dan


23 thoughts on “Free Cooking Class

  1. Dignity Kitchen employees are all disabled or handicaps The foods cost money to prepare and you get to eat it after the class or even bring it home. What more can we ask for?

  2. Can anyone help me here. You have a grant from the government for $1000 for you to use in attending some courses. You are able to tap on the grant, so is this consider that you pay for it or is it a gift from our government?

    • Please have them read this – https://www.skillsfuture.gov.sg/credit

      If your course fee is within the credit limit and don’t need to pay, there is 2 views to any members of public ( MoP).

      1) some MoP will consider as FREE Coz it is not out of their own pocket
      2) some MoP will consider SkillsFuture Credit is their own money hence it is considered not free for them.

      Bottomline, there is 2 sides to a coin and depending on how MoP view it.

      Dan, hope the above helps you.

  3. The last Italian cooking class two of us attended last week was free for us. The course cost $90.95. After the subsidy from National Silver Academy we need to pay only $22.95.i was pleasantly surprised the we could claim from Skills Futures the remaining $22.95. So would you consider this a free course? What more can we wish for, free foods and you get to eat it.

    • Dan, If I am not wrong I remembered when I first took my refresher course for food hygiene, it cost abt $100+, after subsidy, I only need to pay abt $13 or so but I use SKillsFuture credit and end up paying nothing at all. To me, I will consider a bonus or free.

      Hope the above scenario helps.

      • SkillsFuture Credit balance can be used to pay for out-of-pocket course fees for attending work-skills related courses. The credits can be used on top of existing course fee subsidies provided by the Government.

  4. The 1st $500 given as Opening Credit does not have expiry date.
    The 2nd one time top up $500 was credited to us in 2020, expires in 2025.

    Eg. My Food Hygiene Course was utilised a couple of years before the 2nd top which leaves me with a balance of $480+ (With no expiry date) but I didn’t touch my 2nd top and if I don’t use it, by 2025 it will goes to waste..

    As of now, all eligible course using SkillsFuture Credit will be deducted from the 2nd top up.

    Hope my explanation does not confuse any one reading it.

  5. Perhaps I should spell it more clearly. The cooking class Is in a way free because you can tap on it from the National Silver Academy and from the SkillsFuture fund and you must be above fourty.

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