Culinary Arts Career Training Program Continuing Education
The program exposes students to culinary techniques, ingredients, and theories. It provides opportunities to experiment and test students' creativity with food. Certifications include:
- ServSafe for Managers – Food service establishments must have a certified food safety manager in the facility when food is being prepared and served. The person in charge must have received a passing grade on the food safety manager exam. Students will learn about foodborne illness and how to prevent it, as well as take their nationally accredited food safety certification from the National Restaurant Association.
- ServSafe Alcohol – The ServSafe Alcohol® training program is developed by the National Restaurant Association and experts who have experience with the risks involved in serving alcohol.
ServSafe certification means students have passed an examination covering food safety administered by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation. Gaining ServSafe certification can create opportunities for advancement in the food service industry and provides national recognition that students understand proper food safety regulations and methods for any establishment serving food. The certification remains valid for five years.
These items can be ordered from Chef Works.
- White Chef’s jacket with long sleeves, with logo and name embroidered (2 required)
- Black non-slip closed toed shoes (1 pair required)
- Chef Hat (the required style is a “floppy chef hat”) (1 required)
- Long checked chef pants: small checkered (1 required)
- 8” culinary chef knife
- Essentials of Professional Cooking, 2nd edition (with Access Code) ISBN: 978-1-119-29113-8. The ServSafe textbook will be handed out during class.
This program qualifies for Financial Assistance.
The next class will be offered in Fall 2019.