Earn while you learn!
Receive valuable in-school training while you work in a paid culinary position. The culinary industry is growing and there is a shortage of professionally-trained cooks and chefs. The apprenticeship program will work well for students who have secured employment in the culinary industry.
Note: You must be registered as a Cook Apprentice with the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skill Development. You may also apply the in-school training toward a culinary skills - chef certificate or a Culinary Management diploma.
Your Future Career
- Chef de Partie
- First Cook
- Sous Chef
- Chef de Cuisine
What You Learn
- Baking and advanced pastry arts
- Food, beverage and kitchen management
- Restaurant food production
- Food preparation and culinary skills
|CMM 125||College Communications I|
|CUL 103||Fundamentals of Food Preparation (Level 1)|
|CUL 114||Applied Culinary Skills (Level 1)|
|CUL 116||Products Standards and Market Form (Level 1)|
|CUL 123||Healthy Living, Healthy Eating (Level 1)|
|CUL 130||Baking for Cooks (Level 1)|
|CUL 150||Sanitation and Safety (Level 1)|
|CUL 271||Applied Computer Applications for Hospitality (Level 1)|
|CUL 118||Cost Control I (Level 2)|
|CUL 160||Pastry Arts (Level 2)|
|CUL 182||Kitchen Operations (Level 2)|
|CUL 230||Buffet/Quantity Cooking (Level 2)|
|CUL 242||International Contemporary Cuisine (Level 2)|
|CUL 245||Garde Manger/Culinary Display (Level 2)|
|HRM 100||Wines (Level 2)|
|GENED||General Education Elective - Online|
|CUL 400||Cook Apprentice Exam Preparation (Level 2)|
What You Need - Recommended
What You Need - Recommended
Check out the Campus Bookstore to not only purchase your textbooks but also view your book list before the semester starts.
You will also need:
Uniforms and culinary kits are mandatory in all lab classes and are required for the first day of classes. It is strongly recommended that your uniform and knife packages be purchased before July 31st to avoid delays in shipping and to ensure you have the required items in time. The Canadore College School of Culinary Arts maintains a standard for both the culinary tool kit and the uniform package which cannot be deviated from.
Suggested Supplier :
100 College Drive
North Bay, Ontario, P1B 8K9
705.474.7600 ext. 5347
Students will be able to try on the uniform for sizing on the first day of classes in the Campus Shop. To streamline the process, if you are in North Bay throughout the Summer you can stop by the Campus Shop and have this completed in advance.
This package does not include the following necessary items for service in 100 Elements Restaurant and must be purchased by the individual:
- Black Dress Socks – apx. $7.00
- Black Dress pants – apx. $40.00
- Black Non Slip Shoes -must have black soles, black laces (if applicable), no open toe or heel and comfortable due to long hours of standing. – apx. $60.00
- Black Belt – apx. $15.00
Culinary Tool Kit:
The content and quality have been selected to assist in the successful completion of the program. All items are required.
Trans Canada Store and Restaurant Supply
1183 Fisher Street
North Bay, Ontario, P1B 2G8
705.474.5726 or 1.800.461.1668
Click to order the package online - http://www.transcanadastore.ca
Chef Training Certificate along with Smart Serve, WHIMIS and Food Safety Training.