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Campus: Sault Ste. Marie

Overview

Sault Colleges Cook program teaches you everything you need to know to develop a career as a chef.

Cook is a 6,000 hour apprenticeship that has a 12 week basic and 12 week advanced in-school training requirement. Students have the opportunity to learn about classical, contemporary & short-order food preparation through lectures, food demonstrations and lab work. Students will also learn about food theory, nutrition, sanitation, menu planning and kitchen management.

Upon successful completion of your studies you will have the necessary tools to work within fine dining establishments throughout the world.

Career Path

Graduates of the cook program may find employment as a chef assistant, short-order cook, sous chef, or first cook. Graduates may find employment within restaurants, catering services, resorts, hotels, health care facilities, cruise lines, private clubs and industrial kitchens.

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