Culinary Arts

culinary arts

The Culinary Arts program is a two level, eight credit program that teaches the basics of commercial cooking & baking. Students will have the opportunity to learn the skills and attitudes necessary to find employment in entry-level positions in a variety of food service areas such as cafeterias, dining rooms, institutions, and restaurants.

The Culinary Arts program focuses on theoretical principles and their practical applications.
Courses include outcomes related to:
• sanitation, health and safety
• the operation, cleaning, and maintenance of kitchen equipment and cooking utensils
• the receiving, handling, quality assurance, storage, pre-preparation, preparation, and
presentation of food and beverage
• food, ingredients, recipes, menus, food costing and nutrition

This program is offered at the following institutions:

Dauphin Regional Comprehensive Secondary School, Dauphin
Northlands Parkway Collegiate
Kildonan-East Collegiate, Winnipeg
Lord Selkirk Regional Secondary School, Selkirk
Maples Collegiate, Winnipeg
R.B. Russell Vocational School, Winnipeg
Steinbach Regional Secondary School, Steinbach
Sturgeon Heights Collegiate, Winnipeg
Swan Valley Regional Secondary School, Swan River
Technical Vocational High School, Winnipeg
W.C. Miller Collegiate, Altona
West Kildonan Collegiate Institute, Winnipeg
Winnipeg Technical College, Winnipeg

redseal-logoThis trade is considered a “designated Red Seal trade”
In Canada, trades training and certification are the responsibility of the provinces and territories (known as jurisdictions). The Interprovincial Standards Red Seal Program was established to help harmonize training and certification requirements across Canada. Over the years, the Red Seal has become the national standard of excellence for skilled trades in Canada.

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