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Becoming a chef in Poland

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How chef education is organised in ZSO Bobowa

How chef education is organised in ZSO Bobowa

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  • 1.
    • Becoming a Chef at ZSO Bobowa
  • 2.
    • We go to school for 4 years. Every year we spend 9 months at school and 1 month at practice.
    • We learn general subject such as maths, languages, biology and sports.
    • At the end of school we have to take Matura – the final exam in chosen subjects and also the Professional exam.
    • We also learn vocational subjects such as gastronomy or food technologies.
  • 3.
    • In the summer we go to the seaside and work in holiday resorts as our chef practice. We cook for a lot of people and we also relax.
    • We have to learn to cook for a lot of people, calculate the portions and plan menus.
  • 4. A typical day at school starts at 7:10am and finishes at 2:45pm. We have 6 – 8 lessons a day, each lesson lasts 45 minutes. Twice a week we have practical lessons in the kitchen. There are 23 students in our class: 9 chefs and 14 waiters. We have some lessons together with the waiters . We often cook and serve at special occasions and school events.
  • 5.
    • we have our own lockers and we have to wear uniforms
    • we share work and we buy the ingredients for cooking
    • we always eat what we cook
    • we take turns for being the head chef, the sous chef, the commis, the cleaner etc
    • we love it!
    In the school kitchen

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