Master Chef Showing His Students How it is Done
Interested in Becoming a Professional Cook?
Good Restaurants Are Always Looking for New People
New Positions Usually Don't Require a Bachelor's Degree
Eager Students Can Start a New Career Fast


If you love to cook, have you thought about becoming a chef?

Salt Lake City cook carrying a great dessert out to the dinerWe hope you will be able to utilize our site as a tool to learn more about restaurant professions and the type of training you are able to get at a college situated near you.

These types of institutions train future chefs in the fundamentals of culinary arts, baking and restaurant kitchen administration. Certain colleges also offer bachelor’s degrees in hospitality management.

While attending classes in modern set up kitchens, students study grilling, baking, garnishing, sauteing dessert creation, menu preparation, kitchen safety procedures and standard commercial kitchen management operations.

Normal course topics normally include:

  • Cooking fundamentals
  • Wine, spirits & wine service
  • Baking techniques
  • Aspects of culinary arts
  • Restaurant pastry making
  • Kitchen management
  • Catering & banquets

These schools know how busy working adults may be, so they routinely provide accommodating daily schedules helping enrollees to take part in convenient classes during the day or evening.

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Immediately after graduation, you can expect career placement assistance to help you get your first position in your career as a chef, along with successive help over the course of your entire career.

These schools offer degree programs:

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