Running a successful restaurant can be complex but rewarding work. As a chef, you know that everything from the choice of menu items to staff training influences customer satisfaction and ultimately your bottom line. If you're currently working in the industry at the Executive, Executive Sous or Sous Chef level, the Certified Chef de Cuisine (CCC) program will help you assess and further expand your understanding of human resource management, operations, menu planning and nutrition considerations.
The Certified Chef de Cuisine (CCC) program is administered at NAIT by the Canadian Culinary Institute, the educational branch of the Canadian Culinary Federation (CCFCC). In each of the program's four courses, you will cover material critical to completing the CCFCC accreditation exams. NAIT delivers the courses, while the CCFCC administers the summative assessment. Successfully completing the courses and assessment will grant you a CCC designation, the highest level of accreditation for cooks in Canada.