Culinary Arts Classes

Bakery and Pastry classes provide the knowledge and skills that will enable individuals, after completing their education, to perform bakery tasks. Top lecturers in the field of culinary arts convey their knowledge in an optimal way, so after completion of  culinary degree programs, students will possess the expertise and practical training required to start a career in bakery.

Participants in this specific culinary arts class will learn about the importance of a baker’s duties. They will also become familiar with the premises, tools and utensils they will use. Potential bakers will learn how to knead the dough for bread and rolls as well as dough preparation (mixing in the ingredients, processing, baking, cooling, etc.) Receipt and storage of products are important so that contamination is avoided and prevented.
They will become familiar with the work on the computer and the possibilities of application in bakery.

Culinary Arts classes introduce a new approach to the preparation and consumption of various foods in a special gastronomic way. Following current trends in its domain, the classes put special emphasis on the design of food and beverages in accordance with the requirements and needs of the tourism market.

The aim of these classes is to acquaint students with the cuisine along with its connections to the hotel and restaurant facilities. Another goal is to acquaint students with culinary administration, calculations, and profits.
The subject contributes to gaining knowledge and skills through exploring culinary products. Students should be able to apply their knowledge through practice and focus on satisfying the needs of the customer.

Catering classes: The main goal of catering classes is to enable students to understand the essence, character and specificity of catering services along with the knowledge necessary to successfully deal with catering jobs. Students acquire knowledge in the field of catering services by applying it in practice.

With the implementation of theoretical and practical training, culinary arts colleges  enable students to independently (in the area of its business activities) organize a ceremony of any kind ranging from birthday celebrations to international conferences with a large number of guests. Culinary arts students learn to apply the standards (drinks, food, etc.) and preparation that are necessary for these types of receptions. Students acquire knowledge in the proper protocol for  banquet management, management functions, food service and product assembly relating to business and private receptions.