Designed by leaders in the industry, this two-year program in Baking and Pastry Arts Management gives you the best of both worlds – advanced patissier training and the management skills you need to operate a successful business.
Under the guidance of top professionals, you will develop core skills and unleash your creativity in a wide range of specialized areas, including:
- chocolate and confections
- wedding and specialty cakes
- tarts and pastries
- plated desserts
- artisan breads and breakfast pastries
- petits fours, laminated dough and viennoiseries
- ice cream and sorbets
- artisan sugar confections
These skills will make you a sought-after graduate in the world of high-end bakery and pastry arts.
Your classroom work will include a series of case studies designed to develop and perfect your skills. You will also complete an industry externship, gaining practical experience that will give you a real career advantage.
On the business side, you will learn the key skills that are necessary to run a successful operation, including:
- business planning
- leadership and motivation
- sales and marketing
- product packaging, showcasing and distribution methods
Instruction in industry standards and practices regarding sanitation and production management is also included.
Part Time Study Options Do you work during the day? Are you looking for a flexible schedule or do you need to make up a course? Continuing Education offers the first year of this diploma in evening and weekend courses throughout the year. If you choose to take the first year of this program through Continuing Education, you are eligible to apply for advanced standing in the second year of the full-time program. Please visit coned.georgebrown.ca for details or contact email@example.com or 416-415-5000, ext. 2517.
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Source: Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology (CAAT) website