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DT401 International Hospitality Management & DT408 Hospitality Management information for uniforms & knives.

DIT Cathal Brugha St. hospitality

Students who are registered on DT401 International Hospitality Management and DT408 Hospitality Management are required to purchase a uniform and full chefs knive set.  

The cost of the uniform (kitchen and restaurant uniform) is €118 (including VAT).

The cost of the kitchen knives is €155 (including VAT).

Both of these can be paid for and collected in the college on Wednesday the 14th of September.

Alternatively the knives can be bought online http://www.mcdonnells.ie/student password for DT401 is 4016356.   Password for DT408 is 4086356.  

Further details about the uniforms, knives and uniform standards are below.

 

 Utensils & Knives      Uniforms     Uniform Standards

Price: Kitchen utensils and knives

 

D7755130

12" Sharpening Steel

 

D8107701

Empty Roll Bag

 

D8144721

Chef's Knife Premier Plus 8"

 

D8252500

Peeler

 

D8405010

Office Knife Superior 4"

 

D8503730

Slicer Serrated Pro Dynamic 12”

 

RF15820

Palette Knife  9"

 

S314

T Shaped Thermometer

 

S315

2 Plastic piping nozzles 1 plain 1 star

 

S82125

Pastry Brush 70mm

 

TOTAL

€155 including VAT  

 

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Price: Uniforms 

Uniform Costs 2015

 

Garments

Quantity

Total

Price

Chef Jacket

1

€23.50

Chef Trouser

1

€16.95

Safety Shoe

1

€23.55

Chef necktie

1

€3.95

Chef Apron W

1

€6.95

Oven Cloth

1

€3.75

Paper Hat

1

€2.85

Waistcoat

1

€22.95

Apron Black & Logo

1

€6.95

Glass Cloth

1

€2.60

 

Total Including VAT @ 23%

 

€114

       

 

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Uniform standards 2016-2017

Developed by DIT

School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology

 

“A uniform reflects respect, trust and devotion to a chosen profession.  Our school uniform is a testimony to this.  Wear your uniform with pride, honour and dignity” 

 

Dining Room and Bar uniform

 

• Black shoes (safety issue only) should be well polished and black socks worn. 

 

• Black Mandarin collar waistcoat and black apron (DIT issue only)

 

• Clean, pressed, black skirt or straight – legged black dress or pants black belt

 

• White Shirt, black tie and name tag 

 

• You should be well presented, clean and neatly groomed (Hair net) - Males, clean shaven (Under Chapter VIII of the Regulation (EC) No. 852/2004) 

 

• No jewellery except wedding ring .  Make- up in moderation

 

• No studs or rings on exposed parts of the body

 

• Hands immaculately clean at all times

 

• Finger nails must be kept short and immaculately clean at all times - Nail polish or fake nails are not permitted

 

• No personal clothing or bags in the service area (use lockers)   

 

Kitchen uniform

 

• Black shoes (Safety issue only) should be well polished and black socks worn

 

• Clean, pressed, hemmed checks pants 

 

• Neckerchief worn out side uniform, close to neckline 

 

• Clean, pressed chef’s jacket and Apron (DIT issue only)

 

• Chefs hat/scull cap to be worn at all times in the kitchen

 

• No jewellery except wedding ring .  Make- up in moderation

 

• No studs or rings on exposed parts of the body

 

• You should be well presented, clean and neatly groomed (Hair net) – Males- clean  shaven

 

• Hands immaculately clean at all times 

 

• Hair net: if hair touches collar, long hair must be worn beneath chef hat

 

• Finger nails must be kept short and immaculately clean at all times 

 

• Nail polish or fake nails are not permitted 

 

• No personal clothing or bags in the kitchen area (Use Lockers)   

Uniforms Standards (School issue only)

 

 

*PPE will be dealt with on an individual basis by the Head/Assistant Head of School 

In accordance with Food Hygiene Regulations/Standards, staff/students not in full uniform and properly groomed will not be allowed enter practical classes.