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CULINARY ARTS

Culinary Arts I

2 semesters – 3 periods
Grades Eligible:  11, 12, Adult

This program of study is the basic principles of the foodservice industry.  Food safety, sanitation, personal safety, food handling skills, knife skills, nutrition, customer service and cooking techniques highlight this program.  Students will learn what the nation’s largest employer expects them to know and the wide range of opportunities available in the foodservice industry.  Hands-on experience is an integral part of the program featuring working lab sessions on a large variety of kitchen equipment.  Students will learn tasks involved in front of the house operations, back of the house operations and receive their food handler’s card from the local regulatory agency.

Culinary Arts

Culinary Arts II
2 semesters – 3 periods
Grades Eligible: 12, Adult
Prerequisites:  Culinary Arts I and instructor approval

The second year program provides the student with additional training in the specific roles of the foodservice industry.  History and depth of knowledge of the industry allows the student to understand the concept of proven and varied cooking techniques used worldwide.  Students will learn about food costing, menu planning and profitability.  Students meeting the qualification and with the recommendation of the instructor will have the opportunity to compete in culinary competitions on the state and national level.  Students will take lead roles in the operation of our campus restaurant and further their experience in the real world foodservice operations.  Second year students will have the opportunity to become ServSafe Certified and earn certification for the National Restaurant Association ProStart Program. 

How to Apply:
High School Students: Contact your school's guidance counselor.   Prerequisites may apply.

Adult Students: 
*Schedule to take WorkKeys with the CTC Assessment Office (573.334.0826) and obtain required score
*Complete an application & make deposit ($100)
*Provide proof of HS graduation (or GED)
*Submit background check form
*Interview with Instructor

Classes Schedule: Monday - Friday
August - May (Following the Cape Girardeau Public Schools Calendar).
Typical Morning block schedule is 8:25 - 10:50
Typical Afternoon block schedule is 12:15 - 2:40
*Adult students attend all day 

For specific meeting date & time along with estimated tuition & fees, please see the latest CTC Program Catalog
 
For More information call 573.334.0826 and speak to one of our Advisors

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