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WSQ Prepare Bumbu – The Secret to Quick and Easy Indonesian Dishes

Course Reference Number: TGS-2017501156

(SOA Title: Malay Dry-Heat Dish Preparation and Cooking 1)

Course Overview

On completion of this unit, learners will have the knowledge and application skills to prepare the various types of Indonesian bumbu (spice blends) to be used in preparing quick, easy and delicious Indonesian dishes. Learn how to make Bumbu Dishes: Bumbu Merah, Bumbu Oranye, Bumbu Putih, Bumbu Kuning, Tumis Campur ( Salted fish+veg), Ayam Santan (Chicken), Satay Manis (Mutton), Soto Bening (Chicken/Mutton).

Course Objectives

Learn the secret to quick and easy Indonesian dishes!!


2 Day(s) (17.67 Hrs)

Mode of Delivery

Practical and Assessment

Methods of Learning

Mini lectures with presentations to explain concepts and theories

Practical activities including demonstrations, hands-on practice and observation

Mutual sharing, discussion and feedback


  • Wear Covered Shoes / Sneakers with socks
  • Wear Long / Full Pants
  • Have Clean, Short, Trimmed, Natural Nails (No nailpolish, gelish or artificial nails)
  • Tie up Medium / Long Hair neatly

Note : Trainees may be sent back to change their attire if they fail to meet the above requirements

Who should attend

Kitchen Crew, Entry level cook, Commis cook, Pastry cook as well as anyone keen to learn more about food preparation

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the programme, learners will be able to

  • Prepare  tools and equipment for Indonesian Cooking
  • Use ingredients, condiments, herbs, and spices suited to various Indonesian dishes
  • Apply correct weighing measurement
  • Store ingredients and products correctly to maintain the quality of food ingredients
  • Apply halal preparation guidelines and requirements while preparing Indonesian dishes
  • Apply Malay Dry heat cooking techniques to prepare Indonesian dishes
  • Maintain workstations in accordance with organisational procedures and Workplace Safety and Health requirements at all times


Minimum Entry Requirement

No formal qualification - Participants should have the ability to converse, read & write in English.

Trainer : Learner Ratio


Course Fee

Full course fee before SSG funding
$599.50 (Incl. of 9% GST)

Registration Fee

A Registration Fee of $10.90 (Incl. of 9% GST) will be collected upon course registration, and It is non-refundable.
* In the event of any class cancellation by Eduquest, the Registration fee will be refunded

Miscellaneous Fees (Incl. of 9% GST)

Admin Fee for Absent and Reschedule: $32.70

Admin Fee for Make-up Session for Partial Absent, Appeal & Re-assessment: $54.50

Miscellaneous Fees refer to any non-compulsory fees which the trainees pay only when applicable. Such fees are normally collected by Eduquest when the need arises.

Fees indicated are per pax and not per proforma invoice or invoice.

Nett Fee after SSG’s Course Fee Funding

Funding Validity Period: 01 Mar 2019 to 31 Dec 2024
Type Category of Individuals
Singapore Citizens, Singapore Permanent Residents and Long Term Visit Pass Plus (LTVP+) holders Employer-sponsored and self-sponsored Singapore Citizens aged 40 years old and above SME-sponsored local employees (i.e Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents)
Funding Source
SkillsFuture Funding (Baseline)

Up to 50% of Course Fees
SkillsFuture Mid- Career Enhanced Subsidy

Up to 70% of Course Fees
SkillsFuture Enhanced Training Support for SMEs

Up to 70% of Course Fees
Course Fee $550.00 $550.00 $550.00
SkillsFuture Funding $275.00 $385.00 $385.00
Nett Fee Payable (Before GST) $275.00 $165.00 $165.00
GST (9% x $550.00) $49.50 $49.50 $49.50
Final Amount Payable (Incl. of 9% GST) $324.50 $214.50 $214.50

(For Local Employers) More about SFEC

 * Self-sponsored individuals must be at least 21 years old.

 #Absentee payroll support in addition to course fee funding available for employer-sponsored candidates.
 *Terms and conditions applies to all types of SSG fundings.More details at
 *Learners will be awarded a WSQ Statement of Attainment (SOA) for Malay Dry-Heat Dish Preparation and Cooking 1 upon successful completion of the WSQ Prepare Bumbu – The Secret to Quick and Easy Indonesian Dishes


2nd to 3rd May 2024

REX House (Near Little India MRT)

25th to 26th May 2024

REX House (Near Little India MRT)

2nd to 3rd May 2024

REX House (Near Little India MRT)

25th to 26th May 2024

REX House (Near Little India MRT)

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Course Fee $599.50 (Incl. of 9% GST)
Full course fee before SSG funding

This Course Includes:

Duration:  2 Day(s) (17.67 Hrs)

Language: English

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