So you’re interested in becoming a chef?
Do you love all things food, and often find yourself plating your toasted sarmies creatively at home in a kick-ass Master Chef kind of way? Well, If you find yourself reading this blog, we believe you’ve already made the hardest decision of your life. Give yourself a massive pat on the back as the hardest part is over. The second decision you need to make is where to study to become a chef, and that’s where we come in. The culinary industry is a tough one, but also one of the most rewarding and fastest growing in the world.
To make it in the industry chefs not only need to have a passion for food, but they also need to have the necessary skills to prepare them for the real world. CTIA is well known for preparing their students for exactly this. We strongly believe that starting your career with a strong foundation will stand you in good stead as you grow in this industry. This is evident in the successes of our past students – To read more alumni stories click here.
The Chefs Training and Innovation Academy offers culinary courses, pastry courses and hospitality management courses. There are options for full-time and part-time study, with the option to also further your studies internationally with the BHMS or NH Hotel Group. Our lecturers have over 200 years combined experience in the industry and their one on one approach in class allows lecturers to get to know each student and their strengths!
What should I look for in a chef school?
You want to find a chef school who is able to offer you a range of course offerings with both international and national qualification options. A school that offers an in-depth training programme where you are not just another number. You want to ensure that the lecturers have many years of experience and truly care for each students career growth. A school where the fees are all inclusive ensuring no hidden costs down the line and one that has modern kitchens facilities. You definitely want to ensure that the school you pick has a positive, fun, and interactive environment for you to grow and learn in. It is important that you feel comfortable and enjoy the environment in which you are studying in.
CTIA’s campus culture and vibe is one you can only truly understand when you experience it. So why not join us at our next shadow week to get a little taste of the #Cheflife? We would love to welcome you to our family for a week.
The shadow week experience will allow you to get to know our campuses and chef lecturers, gain culinary knowledge, and experience our awesome campus culture first hand. You are also able to interact with current students and get answers from our friendly career consultants on any questions you may have. They are absolutely ready to meet you and assist in anyway possible. They guide students in making the right course choice for their specific culinary goals. If you want to follow your dream and have the opportunity to travel the world as a qualified chef, start your culinary journey with this next Shadow week! Space is limited to 20 spots per campus.
We look forward to meeting you.
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