Centennial College Refreshes Its Culinary Programs
Who says you have to travel downtown to study cuisine? Centennial College has expanded its culinary programs as part of its refreshed School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts. New offerings in chef training, international culinary management and commercial baking management highlight the changes at the established school, which serves east Toronto.
New faculty bring fresh perspectives to the art of preparing cuisine, including chef James Smith, best known for his work in healthy cooking, industry advisor chef Mike Ward and chef Robert Rainford, known as the genial host of the Food Network show ‘License to Grill.’
The school will be moving into its larger new facility at the Centennial Residence and Culinary Arts Centre at Progress Campus later this year. The $85-million building will combine a 740-space student residence with state-of-the-art kitchen labs, a student-run restaurant and a conference centre for special events.
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