As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the first semester of this program will be held in an online format starting in Summer 2020.
Our Baking Skills program has been specifically designed to meet industry demands for professional bakers. Whether you aspire to work within a large company or want to pursue your own baking business, the fundamental baking skills you learn in this culinary arts program will get you there.
|Full-time Duration:||1 years/2 semesters|
|Starting in:||Fall, Winter, Summer|
|Location:||Progress Campus, Toronto, Canada / Online|
You will hone the skills employers are looking for in Centennial College’s baking and pastry labs, which include a one-of-a-kind commercial bake lab as well as a cafe, restaurant and event centre. From fine decorating and finishing skills to large quantity production techniques, this program makes you work-ready upon graduation.
To further increase your employability, you will also leave the Baking Skills program with important industry certifications such as Smart Serve, Safe Food Handlers and CPR.
The commercial baking sector is one of the most expansive and dynamic industries in the world, with limitless career opportunities.
- The Baking Skills program features the type of experiential learning opportunities that prepare you for a range of scenarios you may encounter in your career.
- Progress campus houses state-of-the-art live labs that include a lab specially designed for commercial baking, culinary labs, a restaurant, a cafe and an event centre.
- The realistic, practical experiences within the offering truly set you apart from the competition.
- Graduates from the Baking Skills program can transition directly into the second year of the Baking and Pastry Arts Management Program.
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