The Chef's Assistant I Certificate builds a strong foundation that allows you to further specialize as you progress in your career in the culinary industry. You'll study sustainable food preparation, handling, sanitation and safety, as well as business and management principles. This course of study gives you the knowledge and hands-on skills needed for entry-level positions, including (but not limited to): line cook, line lead cook, commis, chef assistant, prep cook, soup or sauce cook, and similar positions in institutional food service, small to large hospitality operations, cruise ships and more.
Total Cost of Chef's Assistant I Certificate
(in-district) Total Amount: $3,480.00
Credit Hours to Complete: 19
Semesters to Complete: 2
What makes MCC's Chef's Assistant I Certificate program better than or distinct from similar programs at other institutions?
- The program is designed so you can complete your Chef's Assistant I Certificate, Baking and Pastry Assistant I Certificate and/or Assistant Confectioner Certificate as you work toward either your Culinary Management AAS or your Baking and Pastry Management AAS.
In addition to the Chef's Assistant I Certificate, we offer:
- Assistant Confectioner Certificate
- Baking and Pastry Assistant I Certificate
- Baking and Pastry Management AAS
- Culinary Management AAS
What you need to know about getting your Chef's Assistant I Certificate (CIP 12.050)
|Additional Chef's Assistant I Certificate Costs||$1,504.00||$1,504.00||$1,504.00||$1,504.00|
What job opportunities are available to someone with a Chef's Assistant I Certificate?
|Occupation and Occupational Profile Link||SOC Code|
|Cooks, All Other||35-2019|
|Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria||35-2012|
|Cooks, Private Household||35-2013|
How will MCC's Chef's Assistant I Certificate program prepare me for my career or connect me to opportunities?
By completing the Sanitation and Safety course, you are eligible to sit for the State of Illinois Sanitation Certificate examination.
By the Numbers:
- Salary Range: Most fields offer excellent earnings expectations and potential.
- Job Outlook:
- On average there are more than 800 openings in the culinary field in McHenry County alone
- Ninety percent of students find jobs in culinary arts within one year of graduation
What have graduates gone on to do?
Outside of the Classroom
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