Level One Sanitation • Stratford Chefs School

Level One Sanitation

In this course, students learn the basic rules of personal hygiene, the necessity of maintaining a clean establishment, how to maintain kitchen and tabletop equipment, and assess the nature and dangers of chemical cleaning agents and pesticides.
Students will learn to work in a safe manner so as to prevent accidents or injuries. Students will learn to identify the causes of food poisoning and the means of eliminating the dangers of food contamination and poisoning in a restaurant environment. Students will gain a working knowledge of the Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association (CRFA) Sanitation Code and its application in the industry.

What Sets Stratford Chefs School Apart

Innovative, World-class Program*

Our unique program model is method-based, hands-on, experiential, work-integrated learning, safely adapted to Covid-19 protocols.

High Quality Program*

An enriched, immersive curriculum with exceptional standards and small classes. Collaborative, experiential learning through practical classes, Dinner Labs, and Dinners To Go, with strict adherence to Public Health requirements.

Expert Instructors

Our approachable Chef Instructors and Guest Chefs bring diverse experience and culinary backgrounds to our collaborative, real-world learning environment.

Not-for-Profit Model

Profits are reinvested into our program and facilities; fundraising helps keep tuition costs realistic.

Alumni

SCS is widely recognized for training cooks who become the best chefs. Our reputation is built on Alumni success stories.

 

*This Employment Ontario Apprenticeship In-Class Training is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.  

 

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