Professional Cooking Skills Information Session
Get started in a career in culinary arts. Join us for a virtual information session to learn about all the HCAT noncredit training opportunities.
The demand in food service positions in a variety of hospitality industries such as hotel, catering restaurants and/or other dining establishments, cruise ships, clubs or airlines will continue to grow. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts employment of chefs and head cooks will grow 8.9% by 2024.
The professional cooking skills training is designed to quick-start your culinary skills. Students attend class four days a week for 16 weeks. Upon successful completion of the program, students may earn a continuing education certificate and are eligible for employment as a cook.
How to attend:
Register and attend the professional cooking skills information session to learn more. After you register, your ticket will include a link and instructions for joining the session on Zoom.