MAPPING INNOVATION ON CERTIFIED INDONESIA CULINARY CHEF (CICC): A PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION FOR CULINARY PRACTITIONERS

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Siska Amelia Maldin

Abstract

This study is aimed to discuss the idea of branding the new certification in Indonesia cuisines which names as Certified Indonesia Culinary Chef (CICC) that propose to design a new professional certification for culinary professional or chef around the world who willing to discover and learn the variety of Indonesia cuisine throughout a certified program. This study was conducted in descriptive study and there were 30 respondents in this study which was obtained by criterion sampling technique. The overall result showed that 96.55% of all respondents were agreed upon the proposal of CICC specially to obtain professional certificate. To release this program, a working correlation is needed from Indonesia Culinary Experts, Accreditation Institution, and Educational Institution

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How to Cite
MaldinS. A. (2020) “MAPPING INNOVATION ON CERTIFIED INDONESIA CULINARY CHEF (CICC): A PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION FOR CULINARY PRACTITIONERS”, VITKA Jurnal Manajemen Pariwisata, 2(1). Available at: http://journal.btp.ac.id/index.php/vitka/article/view/51 (Accessed: 26November2020).

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