Culinary Arts (Adult and High School Seniors Program)

The class schedule and information are found below.

Instructors: Thomas M. Grant CEC, Kerwin Jones, CC, Mandy Gum

Prerequisites: Post-Secondary: GED or High School Diploma Secondary: 10th grade. Call to set up an appointment with the instructor 1-304-348-1965 ext. 118

Weekly Schedule: Post-Secondary Mon & Wed (1st year) Mon. (2nd year) Online Classes for both years. Secondary Mon. - Fri. (1st year monrings - 2nd year afternoons)

Programs Offered

► 2 year ACF Apprenticeship

► 2 Year Associate Applied Science

► 1 year Collegiate Certificate

► Part Time Foods Classes

► Prostart (Secondary)

What will I learn?

ACF Apprenticeship Program: On the Job Training Concept! The program is a two year commitment working under a qualified chef while you attend school part time. At the worksite the student will keep a training log book on the ten rotations he or she will follow. At school the student will learn fundamentals of professional cooking techniques along with that follow a curriculum of eight National Restaurant Association Manage First Programs. Upon completion of the program, the student has an opportunity to earn either a Certified Culinarian Certificate or Certified Sous Chef Certificate from the American Culinary Federation. The student will also earn eight ManageFirst Certificates from National Restaurant Association and Journey Worker Certificate through the WV office of the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training.

Two Year Associate Applied Science Program: The student will learn fundamentals of professional cooking techniques along with that follow a curriculum of eight National Restaurant Association ManageFirst Programs. Upon completion of the program, the student will earn an Associate of Applied Sciences Degree from Bridgemenot CTC and eight ManageFirst Certificates from the NRAEF.

One Year Collegiate Certificate Program: In one year the student will learn fundamentals of professional cooking techniques along with that follow a curriculum of four National Restaurant Association ManageFirst Programs. Upon one year completion, the student will earn a Collegiate Certificate from WVUIT and four ManageFirst Certificates from the NRAEF.

ProStart is a restaurant industry-driven curriculum developed by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation with input from thousands of restaurant professionals. ProStart curriculum integrates performance-based learning with academics, entrepreneurship, and technology skills to prepare students for successful employment in the 21st Century.

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