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If you're set on becoming a chef get ready for some hard work. Obtaining a degree from an accredited culinary arts school is only the beginning. From then on it's work, work, work. There are many different levels of professional certifications for chefs.

Culinary Arts Schools: California School of Culinary Arts - Pasadena, California

As one of the few culinary schools in America in partnership with the world famous Le Cordon Bleu, the California School of Culinary Arts in Pasadena, CA - just outside of Los Angeles - has become one of the most well known and respected culinary schools in the country. The school offers both a Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts Program and an accelerated 12-month Hospitality & Restaurant Management Program designed for students interested in owning or running a restaurant.

The Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts Program includes hands-on lab classes, a restaurant rotation, academic classes, and culminates in a 360-hour Externship giving students real-life experience in world-class venues. This program includes classes in Baking and Pastries, Garde Manger, Hot Foods Production, Sanitation, Wine and Beverage, Culinary Language, Nutritional Cooking, and Psychology of the Kitchen.

Programs offered:
* Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts Program
* Hospitality & Restaurant Management Program

Editors Comments:
Here are some of them and a brief description: a certified culinarian is a person who has less than three years of experience and is responsible for the preparation of soups, sauces, meats and vegetables and simple dishes. A certified sous chef generally has five years of experience and some management experience. A certified chef de cuisine has been in charge of food production and has had supervisory experience of at least three years. An executive chef has at least five years of cooking experience along with four to five years of supervisory experience of five or more people. The highest recognized classification for a chef is certified master chef. This chef has a high degree of cooking and baking knowledge. They must show their knowledge by completion of written and practical examinations.

Culinary Academy of New York
Culinary Academy of Long Island
Scottsdale Culinary Institute - Scottsdale, AZ
California Culinary Academy - San Francisco, CA
California School of Culinary Arts - Pasadena, California
Orlando Culinary Academy - Orlando, FL
Cooking and Hospitality Institute of Chicago - Chicago, IL
Atlantic Culinary Academy at McIntosh College - Dover, NH
Western Culinary Institute - Portland, OR
Pennsylvania Culinary Institute - Pittsburgh, PA
Texas Culinary Academy - Austin, TX

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