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Beginning Artisan Bread BakingHOS-3075D3
Would you like to have a career in the food service bread making industry? We can help you get there by teaching you the methods and techniques in this hands-on-course. Learn how to turn flour, water, salt, and yeast into a dough that will bake properly and result in a perfe...
Commercial Food Equipment Repair ( Work Based Learning)WBL-3100E3
This work-based learning course provides a work experience with a college-approved employer in an area related to the student's program of study. The integration of classroom instruction and work experience enhances student success rates in obtaining certifications (Ignitor...
Commercial Food Equipment Service Training II - RefrigerationELC-3130B3
Technicians new to Commercial Food Equipment can discover the fundamentals of Commercial Refrigeration. You can gain an understanding of thermodynamics and learn how commercial refrigeration equipment works. You’ll be able to troubleshoot and repair basic commercial refriger...
Craft Beer Brewing Part 1: Fermentation Brewhouse and Packaging OperationsISC-3600A3
Craft beer brewing is on the rise, and this course will help students prepare for entry-level work in a craft brewery. The course includes hands-on training at various Wake County breweries and explores fermentation, cellar operations, instruments, malting, hops, clarificati...
Craft Beer Brewing Part 2: Brewing and Plant OperationsISC-3600B3
Craft beer brewing is on the rise, and this course (part 2 of 2) will help students prepare for entry-level work in a craft brewery. The course includes hands-on training at various Wake County breweries and explores fermentation, cellar operations, instruments, malting, hop...
Craft Beer Brewing Part 3: Internship and Career SkillsISC-3600D3
This course is designed to train advanced students in local breweries, to prepare them for entry-level positions. The course also emphasizes networking and career skills to help students find employment during or after their internships.
Craft Distilling Part 1: Equipment, Theory and PracticeISC-3600B2
Craft distilling is prevalent in North Carolina, and the demand for trained employees continues to grow. This course will prepare participants for entry-level work in a distillery - and show them the basics of starting a distillery of their own. The course includes hands-on...
Culinary EssentialsHOS-3075F3
The Culinary Essentials Course is a great starting point for the fastest-growing careers in today's market. Students will learn the basic essentials of how to work in a fast-paced kitchen environment, get hands-on practice on knife skills, recipes measurements, and understan...
Hospitality ( Hotel & Restaurant Certification) -Work Based LearningWBL-3100C3
This course provides a work-based learning experience with a college-approved employer in an area related to the student's program of study thus enhancing student success rate in obtaining certifications ( Front Desk Agent , ServSafe, TIPS, Opera through American Hotel & Lod...
Hospitality Certifications for College and Career ReadinessHOS-4040B3
This course provides an overview of the lodging industry and an in-depth look at common line-level positions in hotels. The focus is on positions in the Rooms and the Food and Beverage divisions, including front desk, reservations, housekeeping, bell services, restaurant ser...