International Cuisines by Region 7184
|Certificate Name||International Cuisines by Region|
|Description||Build your capability to apply fundamental principles to all aspects of food production and global cuisines with consideration for ethical, ethnic, and cultural needs.
This program is intended to meet the needs of those already employed in the food and beverage industry, or individuals looking to pursue a personal interest in the art of international cuisine.
|Info||Upon successful completion of all courses, students would receive a Centennial College Certificate credential.
|Notes||Students are required to wear appropriate culinary attire including chef jacket, apron, hat or hair net, black dress pants (no jeans, corduroy,
track pant or yoga pant-like material) and black safety shoes. Students are required to purchase a basic knife set.
These items are available for purchase at the Progress Campus bookstore.
|Course Code||Course Name|
|ICAM-101||Culinary Skills - Foundation and Development|
|ICAM-200||Cuisine and Culture|
|ICAM-201||Cuisines of Europe|
|ICAM-202||Cuisines of Middle East and Mediterranean|
|ICAM-203||Cuisines of Southern Asia|
|ICAM-301||Cuisines of the Americas|
|ICAM-302||Cuisines of South East Asia|