All students enrolled in Culinary Management will obtain the in-school outcomes upon graduation. This means that all on-the-job training competencies are the only segment needed for eligibility to write a Certification of Apprenticeship Exam (Red Seal - Inter-provincial Standards Certification). Culinary Management students need to register as apprentices. Confederation College has a support committee to act as a sponsor during their time at school.
Cook Apprentices from the industry can obtain the required in-school training through our “day release” scheduling. Apprentices can attend classes for basic or advanced level on a part-time basis. Class schedules will be 1-3 days part-time ranging from 9 to 17 hours total each week. Apprentices will even have options of when they can attend certain classes.
If a career in culinary interests you, you might also want to consider the following related program(s): Culinary Management (2 yrs).
What is Apprenticeship?
It is a hands-on training program for people who want training in skilled trades or occupations. About 90% of apprenticeship involves on-the-job training with your employer. The remainder involves related in-class training.
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