Cuisine training course presentation
Le Cordon Bleu Paris has provided cuisine training programmes for students from all over the world for more than 120 years. This cuisine programme aims to teach students a comprehensive range of cuisine techniques which they can then apply to all types of cuisines.
As such, these lessons provide the perfect opportunity to learn ultimate French cuisine techniques alongside the best cuisine Chefs. Le Cordon Bleu Cuisine Diploma teaches students all the traditional French culinary techniques in existence today.
Le Cordon Bleu Paris institute Cuisine Diploma, which can be studied in a matter of months, is recognized around the globe by all those who work in the field and accredited in more than 10 countries.
5 intakes per year: January, March, June, September and November
Languages: French and English
Duration: 9 months
Price: 28 850 € (fees include: uniform and equipment)
Hours per week: 18 to 21 hours
Entry requirements: candidates must be at least 18 years of age and must have obtained the French Baccalaureate or equivalent diploma.
There are various possibilities for those aiming to work in the much sought after roles of cuisine Chef, “chef de partie”, or restaurant owner. In France, there are numerous cuisine training programmes, often over several years, which prepare individuals for the career they are seeking to embark upon.
There are different levels such as the “Brevet Professionnel” (A level or Vocational Certificate equivalent), the “CAP (certificat d'aptitude professionnelle)” in cuisine and the Vocational A level in Cuisine or the restaurant industry.
Throughout Le Cordon Bleu Cuisine Diploma, students are trained in all French cuisine techniques by distinguished Chefs. The programme covers all the French gastronomy techniques necessary for working with a multitude of ingredients and how to adapt them to world cuisines. Programmes are regularly updated to reflect the latest trends.