Culinary ArtsPA Department of Labor High Priority Occupation!
This program prepares creative students with a passion for food and customer service to be career or college ready. Students gain hands-on experience in the kitchen through a weekly skill stations rotation. Students also have the opportunity to run a restaurant that is open to the public and prepare for catering events throughout the school year.Sample Career SkillsBeginner:
- Be introduced to safety and sanitation, tools and equipment, recipes and measurements
- Learn how to create stocks, soups and sauces, Mise en Place skills and breakfast cookery
- Examine nutrition basics, such as: dietary guidelines, understanding food labels, food allergies and dietary restrictions
- Receive training and practice in “front of the house” skills
- Participate in catering activities for internal and external groups
- Plan a menu that includes incorporating custom requests, multi-course menu development and costing out a full menu Build a professional portfolio that includes a career plan
- Demonstrate the ability to create meat, poultry and seafood dishes
Career Safe OSHA 10
Pennsylvania Skills Certificate
Serv-Safe Certificate (NRA)
Serv-Safe Food Handler (NRA)
Serv-Safe Manager (NRA)
College Credits (6)Earn up to 6 college credits.Click here for more information on opportunities to earn college credit.
Workplace Opportunities (19)Some notable partners include: Aramark - West Chester University, Wegmans Food Markets, Savona Restaurant, Victory Brewing Company and more!The Department of Education provides a CIP Code to approved Programs of Study (POS). Schools and postsecondary institutions use the CIP code to categorize the POS, outline the scope and sequence of educational offerings and develop a POS task list. Review the task list.