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CHEF

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Tristine Apiado

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Transcript of CHEF

FONTS
A Chef is someone who is trained to cook professionally for people in places such as restaurants, banquet halls and hotels. A chef is someone who can present and create a wide variety of food for people.
What is a
Chef?
The Job I chose to do for this
assignment is a

CHEF
Different Types of Chefs
Roast chef
Grill chef
Fry chef
Saute Chef
Fish chef
Vegetable Chef
Cold-food Chef
Pastry chef
EDUCATION
E
To get into the chef industry, the first step you should do is attend a college that offers a Chef Training Program.
For example, George Brown College offers a Chef
Training program.
In order to become a Chef, you would
need at least 5-10 years of kitchen
experience to qualify for some head
chef position.
High school programs needed for admission to the program
Grade 11 Math (M or U)
or Grade 12 Math C or U
Grade 12 English C or U
Ontario Secondary
School Diploma
One year, one program
Tuition
Tuition would cost $4,370.00

Required courses for the Chef training program
SEMESTER 1
SEMESTER 2
GSCI1102
HOSF1002
HOSF1184
HOSF1185
HOSF1202
HOSF1203
HOSF1029
HOSF1145
HOSF1146
MATH1000
MATH1102
COMM107
Nutrition and Lifestyle
Baking and Pastry for Cooks
Cafe Production
Fundamentals of Butchery
Foundations
Essentials
Theory of Food I
Sanitation
First Aid/Heartsaver CPR
Math Foundations
Hospitality Math
College English
HOSF1166
HOSF1204
HOSF1205
HOSF1031
HOST1005

GHUM1063


HOST1126
COMP1082
Foods of the World
Principles
Concepts
Theory of Food II
Food, Beverage and
Labour Cost Control
Art of Eating and Dining-
Wines: History and
Production
Career Preparation
Computer Skills and
Applications
Additional Costs
Uniform- $200.00
Knives and Small wares- $300.00-500.00
Books- $400.00
Black safety shoes- $120.00
Approximately $100.00 required to cover dining expenses
Specialized Skills Needed
As a Chef, the top three skills you should have are creativity, organization and people skills.
Creativity Skills
As a chef, creativity skills come very handy. Creativity allows the chef to create new dishes and menus. It also allows them to make a good presentation of their food. Creativity is the key to a great chef.
Organization Skills
A chef also needs organization skills. Having the ability to be organized can be really helpful. With an organized workplace, a chef can keep track of things more easily. For example, the chef can keep track of the number of employees working, he/she can keep track of of the reservations, but mostly he/she can keep track of the whole restaurant.
PEOPLE
SKILLS
One of the most important skills are People skills. With people skills, a Chef must get along with everyone in the workplace, a chef must always be fair, and deals with every problem in the workplace.
Earnings
An average chef can earn a salary from $32,000 to $86,000 per year depending on where and what level they work at. For example, a chef can earn more money at a place like a 5-star restaurant or hotels.
Saute Chef- $27,000
Fish Chef- $25,000
Roast Chef- $25,000
Pastry Chef- $34,000
Grill Chef- $29,000
Fry Chef- $21,000
Vegetable Chef- $21,000
Cold-food Chef- $19,000
Since there are different types of chefs, different amount of salaries apply to them.
Working Conditions
Working Conditions as a chef can be difficult because it requires
long hours
early mornings
late evenings
holidays
weekends
Working conditions for a chef can also be dangerous considering there are knives and hot stoves everywhere. Chefs are also required to carry heavy pots and kettles.
Job Hazards may include slips and falls, cuts, burns and other kind of injuries.
Famous Chef celebrities such as Gordon Ramsay and Buddy Valastro earn millions of money a year.
Gordon Ramsay
Buddy Valastro
Why love your job
as a
Chef?
You get to enjoy the companionship of fellow chefs
Creativity is involved in working with food
Getting to serve others
You never have to worry about getting hungry
Its an opportunity to work with other people who enjoys the same profession as you do
JOB STRESS
Having to work really long hours
Having to deal with daily pressures
Working in a crowded kitchen
Having little time to prepare food
Positions in the
Workplace
Places where Chefs can be
Found
Chefs can be found at different places such as
Royal Kitchens
Schools
Universities
Hospitals
Colleges
Restaurants
Hotels
Chef Uniforms
Apron
Pants
Double breasted
jacket
Traditional Chef
hat
Jonathan Toews approves of this presentation
Teacher: Ms. Maclean
Course Code: GLC203-05
Careers ISU
By: Tristine Apiado
This is the end of my presentation.
Thank you for listening.
THE END
WHAT DID YOU LEARN DURING THIS PRESENTATION?
What is a Chef?

A chef is someone who is trained professionally to cook and present a wide variety of food to people
3 requirements needed for acceptance at George Brown.
Grade 11 math (M or U) or Grade 12 math C or U
Grade 12 English C or U

Ontario Secondary School Diploma
Job Stress
Having to work long hours
Job Satisfaction
Companionship of fellow chefs
Name 3 types of Chefs
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