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Professional Cook | Apprenticeship Level 1

Apprenticeship

The Professional Cook program is comprised of ITA approved courses that enable students to acquire Professional Cook Level 1 and Professional Cook Level 2 apprenticeship training, and provides them with the skills and knowledge required for employment as an apprentice cook or entrance into the Professional Cook Level 3. The program refines student’s communication skills, interpersonal skills, and ethics as they relate to industry standards. Professional standards are not only what we expect from our students, but what our peers in the hospitality industry will expect from them as well.

PC Level 1

Occupational Skills
Stocks, Soups and Sauces
Vegetables and Fruits
Starches
Meats
Poultry
Seafood
Garde-Manger
Eggs, Breakfast Cookery and Dairy
Baked Goods and Desserts
Beverages
Total Credits0

For more information regarding Professional Cook - Level 1, visit itabc.ca/program/professional-cook-1

PC Level 1

  • Grade 12 OR Mature Student
  • English Studies 10, English First Peoples 10 or equivalent AND
  • Apprenticeship & Workplace Math 10 (AWM 10) or higher
  • OR Successful completion of a CAT Assessment
  • OR Permission of Instructor

Recommended courses

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PC Level 1

Fees Domestic International
Full-time 28 Weeks 28 Weeks
Tuition $2,119.88 $9,008.56
Student Union fees $83.98 $83.98
Mandatory fees $605.92 $653.84
Extended Health and Dental*: $250.00 $548.75
Total tuition: $3,059.78 $10,295.13
Books/Supplies $1,250 $1,250
Total program cost: $4,209.78 $11,545.13

Tuition and fees effective as of August 1, 2021 for the 2021/22 academic year.

Books & supplies

Note: Please see the separate book, supply and tool lists, as some are repeated at all levels.   Please pay for your tool kit at the Registration Office.

In addition to the fees outlined in the Program Fees section, the following additional costs apply:

  1. Clothing and equipment
  2. Shoes that conform to Worker’s Compensation board regulations
  3. Set of knives
  4. Books
  5. Uniforms
  6. Required supplies
  7. Weekly cleaning fee

Practicum travel, accommodation, meals, and other expenses are not included in the program costs and are the responsibility of the student.

Learn more about the other levels in the Culinary Arts program:

Career opportunities 

Graduates have the opportunities to obtain employment in local restaurants, five star tourist lodges, mining and logging camps, cruise ships and catering companies. Past graduates have worked in Fairmont hotels, Holland America Cruise Lines, and have gone over seas to work in Europe.