|Degree:||Not Applicable; Apprenticeship
|Field of Study:||Cooking and Related Culinary Arts, General
|Description:||NAIT provides Apprenticeship training that develops skill and competencies leading to the attainment of journeyman cook certification. Training consists of three eight-week, in-class technical training periods augmented with 1,680 hours of on-the-job training. Graduates of Apprentice Cook training are able to responsibly do all work tasks expected of a journeyman cook.
Graduates will be able to supervise, train, and coach apprentices, know the required sanitation standards and regulations in order to produce wholesome food; demonstrate a thorough knowledge of meat cutting, grading, and classifications of meat, fish, and poultry; be familiar with trade and menu terminology, basic food and menu costing, and portion control; safely and competently use hand and power tools commonly used in the trade and produce pastries and desserts common to the food service industry.