This program will train you to prepare wholesome and high-quality food; produce pastries and desserts common to the food service industry; grade and classify meat, fish and poultry; and determine menu costs.
Cooks are employed at diverse levels in private and public eating establishments, including hotels, restaurants, institutions, resorts, transportation companies, catering and private enterprise. They have the opportunity to advance to positions as sous-chefs, chefs and executive chefs.
Graduates of the cook apprenticeship program will also have the skills to be able to supervise, train and coach future apprentices.
Median Journeyman Salary
Industry Average (with experience)
Credential: Journeyman Certificate
International Applicants: Not accepted
Fees & Expenses
Visit the Fees & Expenses section to find the costs for each period, including tuition, books, supplies, NAITSA and materials fees.
All application deadlines, start dates and training schedules are posted on the Tradesecrets website.