Courses - Stratford Chefs School

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Student achievement in the cookery program is determined based on accomplishment in both core and enhanced subject areas. At the end of Level Two, successful students will be granted either a Stratford Chefs School Certificate or Stratford Chefs School Diploma.

Level 2

Gastronomy

This component will broaden the student’s knowledge of the field of gastronomy through reading material, group work and written exercises. The work of Brillat-Savarin is examined in order to draw parallels between the gastronomy of…

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Randi Rudner
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Level 2

Restaurant Lab Menu Theory

Preparing a written menu package for one menu will provide the student chef with the opportunity to critically analyse the menu. The exercise requires students to examine the style of cuisine, gastronomical and nutritional approaches,…

Instructors

Ian Middleton
Eli Silverthorne
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Level 2

Restaurant Lab Service

As part of the Restaurant Labs, students take on senior service roles in the dining room, acting as Maitre d’Hotel, Sommelier and Server several times during the year, receiving guidance and feedback from the service…

Instructors

Kathlyn Bell
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Level 2

Restaurant Design

This course examines restaurant concepts such as bistro, classical and modern. The course examines everything that influences our perception of a restaurant – decor, the grooming of the staff and clients, food and drink presentation,…

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Level 2

Restaurant Lab Delivery Plan

In this component, the student chef will prepare one menu package: an organizational analysis of the menu. Issues considered include: an organizational chart, job specifications and training action plans.

Instructors

Ian Middleton
Eli Silverthorne
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Level 2

Larder

This component reinforces material covered in Level 1 Cookery and Commodities. The student chef will develop the practical and theoretical skills necessary for operating a kitchen in a small restaurant, including everything from purchasing ingredients,…

Instructors

Mike Booth
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Level 2

Communications 2

This course provides the student with the knowledge and ability to communicate effectively in Front of House and with the public generally. Students gain experience in communicating with restaurant patrons in the dining room through…

Instructors

Melissa Graham
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Level 2

Wine 2

The course will introduce students to the secondary grape varietals and explore the stylistic differences between varietals/regions.

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Bob Latham
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Level 2

Business

Instructors

Margaret Strawbridge
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The Order of Good Cheer

November 18th, 2017

Celebrating the first recorded Canadian dinner event; inspired by traditional Acadian food.

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