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Culinary Training2022-07-18T11:07:28-04:00

Snapchef’s training creates opportunities not only for a job today, but a sustained culinary career.

Our FastTrack course for individuals new to culinary arts, prepares entry level workers for dynamic commercial kitchens in just 20 hours. The course can be taken online and also supported with in-person instruction from our professional chefs at our training facilities. We don’t stop there, with continued mentorship and training to advance skills and enable growth for motivated talent to rise to Executive Chef.

FREE FastTrack Training

Our FastTrack Cook One course prepares you for commercial kitchens in just 20 hours.

Training Centers

Live in-person training with professional equipment and our pro chefs.

Mentorship & Career Development

Whether it’s advancing your skills or providing career guidance, our culinary pros are here to help.

Snapchef FastTrack: Cook One

Virtual FastTrack training prepares you to work in dynamic commercial kitchens in just 20 hours. Designed to jump-start your culinary career, the course covers basic food and kitchen safety and how to handle and maintain a knife, to identification of basic kitchen equipment and ingredients, to the knowledge and application of dry and moist heat cooking methods. Learn on your own schedule and optionally attend live Q&A’s with a pro chef. At $300 it makes for a great gift for friends and family looking to enter the workforce or for those looking for a career change on a budget.

Qualified Snapchef applicants can take the course for FREE, receive a starter kit with uniform & accessories needed to work in commercial kitchens and get immediate job placement after the course completion.
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Your Career Path with Snapchef

Snapchef is a lot more than just a convenient way to find some extra shifts. With our very affordable training programs, we provide the tools for you to grow your culinary career and achieve your salary goals. We all have bills to pay, that’s why we provide our students with flexible curriculum schedules via virtual training. Likewise, we encourage you to “Earn while you Learn” and we work with our Snapchefs to find job placement that fits their training schedule.

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