Commercial Food Preparation - CCL
Information may be outdated - please refer to the District Office Curriculum Site for the
most up-to-date requirements for this MCCCD Program.
Final Term: Current
The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Commercial Food Preparation includes principles and hands-on training required for basic entry-level cooking positions.
|Students must earn a grade of 'C' or better for all courses within the 'Required Courses' area.|
|CUL105||Principles and Skills for Professional Cooking||3|
|CUL113||Commercial Baking Techniques||3|
|FON104||Certification in Food Service and Safety and Sanitation||1|
|CUL203||American Regional Cuisines||3|
|CUL207||Pacific Rim Cuisine||3|
|CUL211||Professional Cooking Practicum (7) OR|
|CUL211BA||Professional Cooking Practicum (4) AND|
|CUL211BB||Professional Cooking Practicum (3)||7|
- Follow the National Restaurant Association's standards of personal hygiene; food sanitation and safety; and use preventative precautions for vermin and rodent control in commercial kitchen areas, food storage areas, and in serving, dining, and dish washing areas. (FON104, CUL113, CUL105)
- Observe local, state, and federal regulations applied to all aspects of commercial food service. (FON104, CUL113, CUL105)
- Prepare quantity foods and beverages by applying standard preparation principles and/or by using standardized recipes. (CUL113, CUL105)
- Identify, use, and care for standard commercial kitchen tools and equipment. (CUL113, CUL105)
- Receive, store, inventory, and distribute food supplies, in all types of commercial kitchens. (CUL113, CUL105)
- Develop and implement quality control, cost control, and production control procedures in a commercial food setting. (CUL113, CUL105)
- Use written references or resource persons to review and summarize information needed for maintaining and updating professional skills in all types of commercial kitchens. (FON104, CUL113, CUL105)
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