Culinary Arts / Quantity Food Production, Management & Service



The Culinary Arts/Quantity Food Production, Management &

Service course is designed to prepare students in the essential

skills needed for employment by emulating the food service

industry through a school-based restaurant.

In addition to skills in culinary arts, students are taught an

in-depth safety program, leadership, career development,

job seeking and job keeping techniques.

The program is delivered through a plan of performance based

instruction. The course content is based on an occupational

analysis of the food service industry and has been adjusted

to reflect job requirements of the local employers.


·         Leadership Competencies

·         Safety and Sanitation

·         Front of the House

·         Cashier/Hostess/Host

·         Banquet Service/Catering

·         Tools and Equipment

·         Food Prep Process

·         Preparing Soups

·         Preparing Sauces

·         Hot Food Preparation

·         Cold Food Preparation

·         Desserts and Breads

·         Food Service Management

·         Customer Relations

·         Basic Knife Skills


·         Dining Room Services

·         Hostess/Host

·         Waiter/Waitress

·         Bus Person

·         Cook

·         Cook Apprentice

·         Kitchen Helper

·         Short Order Cook

·         Chef

·         Caterer


·         Restaurants

·         Colleges/Schools

·         Hotels

·         Country Clubs/Private Clubs

·         Resorts

·         Cruise Ships

·         Hospitals

·         Bakeries

·         Airlines

·         Fast Food Restaurants

·         Assisted Living Housing


·         Food Safety Manager Certification

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