Twelve Complete Noncredit Culinary Program at ACA
August 23, 2011
The Academy of Culinary Arts at Atlantic Cape Community College awarded certificates to 12 students who completed a five-month noncredit culinary career training program Monday, Aug. 22.
The program prepared the students for entry-level kitchen and baking positions. Students focused on mastering cooking principles and practical techniques and honed in on areas they want to specialize in. The students also prepared for and passed the National Restaurant Association Food Service Sanitation certificate.
Students who completed the program include: Edward Beck of Galloway, David L. Butts of Ventnor, Shelby Cadmus of Manahawkin, Patricia Fitting of Galloway, Frank Heiler of Egg Harbor City, Samiyah Iddinn of Pleasantville, Joseph Monacello of Absecon, Peter Pallitto of Galloway, Stephen Randazzi of Mays Landing, Casey Schultz of Pleasantville, Kristina Sciolla of Cape May Court House and Paul Tomlin of Bridgeton.
The students received their certificates during a ceremony at Careme’s, the student-run gourmet restaurant at the Academy. Chef Jon Davies, an adjunct instructor, taught the course.
The next course begins Sept. 19. For more information about the noncredit training program, call the Academy at 1-800-645-CHEF or visit www.atlantic.edu.