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  • 1.  
  • 2. Personality Traits
      • Passion for Cooking
      • Business Sense
      • Organized
      • Creativity
      • Persistence
  • 3. Average Hourly Pay
  • 4. Interesting facts
      • Bureau of Labor Stats projects that jobs for chefs and head cooks will increase 16.7% by 2014
      • Growth of Culinary Arts Industry is connected to the growth of travel and tourism
      • In 2004, Chefs were making $14.75 an hour (average), the highest wage was $26.75(executive chefs) and the lowest was $9.39(restaurant cooks)
  • 5. Possible School Choices Education
      • Loyalist College-Belleville
      • The Culinary School of Canada-Charlettown
      • SAIT-Calgary
      • Northern Lights College-Dawson Creek
      • Liaison College- Hamilton
      • George Brown College- Toronto
      • Northwest Culinary Academy of Vancouver-Vancouver
  • 6. Programs Offered Education
      • Culinary Management
      • Hospitality Services
      • Culinary Skills Chef Training
      • Baking and Pastry Arts Management
      • Hospitality Operations-certificate
      • Apprentice- Bakery/Patissier/Cook
      • Post Graduate-Culinary Arts Italian and French
  • 7. Walking through the ranks Experience
      • Dishwasher
      • Prep cook
      • Cook
      • Sous chef
      • Chef
      • Just like any other profession, jobs in the kitchen are ranked accordingly.
  • 8. A Chefs Responsibilities .
      • Must have a solid foundation in cooking.
      • Use their excellent culinary skills, and experience to put together unique menus and meal plans.
      • Attend courses to further themselves in the art.
      • Ordering the food that will be needed for the menus.
  • 9. Famous Chefs
      • With Famous Chefs like Rachael Ray, Gordon Ramsey, Emeril, Mario Batali, Jamie Oliver, and Chefs from Iron Chef and Iron Chef America the amount of students going into becoming a chef has been on the rise
      • Even though not all chefs become famous, the demand for chefs and cooks is still on the rise
  • 10. BAMMMM!!!!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvazQUYG1kE&feature=email
  • 11. Work Cited
      • Chef2Chef. Canada Culinary School and Institute Directory. 1999. 25 November 2008 http://chef2chef.net/culinary-institute/country/canada-culinary-schools.htm .
      • Find a Career College. Culinary Arts Career. 25 November 2008 <http://www.findacareercollege.com/culinary-arts-career.htm>.
      • George Brown College. George Brown College Chef School. 25 May 2007. 25 November 2008 <http://www.georgebrown.ca/chefschool/programs.aspx>.
      • Nzgirl. Career Profile: Chef. 30 April 2008. 25 November 2008 http://www.nzgirl.co.nz/articles/3330 .