|| Cuisine on the Green at Atlantis Golf Club
NEW One-Year, Full-Time Culinary Arts Program, Cuisine on the Green, at the Atlantis Golf Course, Little Egg Harbor offers adult students the opportunity to pursue their career goals in the culinary profession.
FOR SEPTEMBER 2015 CLASS
Call 732.473.3100 x3144
Atlantis Golf Club, 261 Country Club Boulevard,
Little Egg Harbor, NJ
Cuisine on the Green
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This 10-month, full-time program is open to adults, 18 and older with a high school diploma or GED. Students may qualify for Federal Financial Aid or Veterans Benefits. Job Placement Assistance is available.
ABOUT THIS PROGRAM
The Ocean County Vocational Technical School's NEW One-Year, Full-Time Culinary Arts Program, Cuisine on the Green, at the Atlantis Golf Course, Little Egg Harbor, offers adult students the opportunity to pursue their career goals in the culinary profession.
Students receive real-world experience in restaurant operations and culinary production techniques through the daily operation of the full-service restaurant and banquet facility located on the premises. Curriculum includes classroom instruction, culinary skills training and working internships.
Curriculum includes classroom instruction, culinary skills training and working internships. Areas of instruction include: Introduction to Culinary Arts, Applied Culinary Skills, The Science of Food, American Regional Cuisine, International Cuisine, Restaurant and Dining Room Operations, Dessert Preparations, Restaurant management, and Food and Beverage Service. Students can receive the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certifi cation from the National Restaurant Association.
The teaching philosophy at Cuisine on the Green involves a curriculum and training program incorporating a foundation of ecology, wellness, and responsibility. The use of locally-sourced foods, responsible-catch seafood and attention to dietary diversity as well as energy conservation, materials usage, elimination of non-recyclables and overall reduction of the environmental footprint in the culinary industry are essential elements of the program.
Articulation agreements with the Academy of Culinary Arts at Atlantic Cape Community College, the Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College, and Brookdale Community College provide students the opportunity to earn college credits upon completion of this program.