What you get from this program
Students will learn kitchen safety and sanitation, knife skills, cleaning and servicing of kitchen equipment, recipe reading and writing, bread and dessert baking, grilling, sautéing, braising, etc. Basic restaurant management, raw product and menu pricing, and industry economics are also taught. Students will also learn basic computer skills, financial literacy, culinary math, life skills, and job skills.
Please note, this is not a cooking course. Students are not taught how to cook for family and friends, but are taught how to get a job in a commercial kitchen. Graduates are expected to get jobs in the industry.
- JobTrain Certificate of Achievement
- National Serve Safe Certification
- Graduates will be able to obtain jobs at corporate dining centers (such as the companies that serve Google, Facebook, etc.) as well as hotels, restaurants, country clubs, hospitals, supermarkets, and colleges.