This winter, during a new semester of the Center for Kosher Culinary Arts professional program, a new all-womens evening section will be offered, in addition to an all-mens evening section, and a co-educational daytime program. These course offerings of non-mixed gender courses are offered in response to requests from students.
The all-womens class will be offered on Sunday and Monday evenings, 6:30pm to 10:30pm, from January 13 to June 10, 2013. For the full schedule of professional courses, visit this link.
The women's Pro class will offer the same high-quality 152-hour professional program in culinary training in a Glatt-kosher environment that CKCA is famous for. The course offers hands-on training in professional culinary skills and techniques, as well as an optional 8-hour certificate course in food safety and sanitation, at no additional charge. Upon completion of the professional program, students have the option to continue their training with an internship in a professional food service environment, such as restaurants, catering companies, and other institutional food service locations like schools and homes for the aged or developmentally disabled.
The goals of the program are to:
*Orient the student to the professional kosher culinary environment and teach the student to operate within that environment in a safe, efficient, and skillful manner
*Hone the student’s understanding and practice of fundamental culinary technique
*Develop in the student an understanding of flavor and taste and an appreciation for quality ingredients
*Facilitate the student’s transition in to the working world by providing both career counseling and an opportunity for networking.
For more information, call CKCA Director Jesse Blonder at 718-758-1339. For more information, visit here: http://www.kosherculinaryarts.com/career-training/culinary-arts.