Work Process Training

Food Preparation Skills

  • Basic hygiene
  • Safety and cleanliness
  • Identification of food ingredients
  • Identification and usage of baking utensils
  • Baking techniques

Baking Skills

  • Personal hygiene
  • Measurement, & weights
  • Step by step of baking processes
  • Usage of oven setting temperature and controls
  • Quality control

Teamwork

  • Learn to connect (friendship)
  • Learn to share (awareness)
  • Learn to care (feelings)
  • Learn to accept and rebut (logical thinking)
Model Framework:
Work Process Training Objective
Personal grooming / hygiene Instill cleanliness and hygiene
Washing, cleaning, mopping Flexibility of hands, strengthen muscles and increase concentration powers
Serving / table setting Balance, posture, coordination of arms and legs
Identification and usage of correct utensils and equipment
Work mentorship Understanding and practicing teamwork, sharing and togetherness; learn to communicate more effectively; learn courtesy and social skills; gain confidence through work competence
Baking Further develop finer skills; take on more detailed tasks and hone their skills at baking

Professional Support

Besides in equipping the intellectually challenged youths with vocational skills to remain employable, professional support assistance from psychologists and counselors are available to help them undergo the transition into the working environment and allowing them to stay onto the job.

Initial assessment is performed to identify each intellectually challenged youth's learning and support needs. The assessment results identify their strengths and serve as guidelines in provide interventions to correct their behaviours and attitudes.

Needs analysis is also performed on individual to evaluate the need for re-training or learning new skills.