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Baking & Pastry Arts Management

The Baking and Pastry Arts Management pathway introduces students to fundamental preparation terms, concepts, and methods in culinary arts where laboratory practice parallels class work.

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The Baking and Pastry Arts Management pathway introduces students to fundamental preparation terms, concepts, and methods in culinary arts where laboratory practice parallels class work. There is emphasis on basic kitchen and dining room safety, sanitation, equipment maintenance and operation procedures. The pathway also provides an overview of the professionalism in the industry and career opportunities leading into a career pathway in Culinary Arts.

There is an emphasis on baking and pastry arts and business management, as students gain in-depth knowledge and hands on skill mastery. Strong importance is given to refining hands-on production of the classic fundamentals in the commercial kitchen.  This TCALC pathway is located in the Kanza Cafe, where students will learn and practice their skills in a fully furnished commercial kitchen.


Professional Certificate/ Industry Recognized Credential: Servsafe, all students are required to pass the Servsafe exam in order to enter the kitchen. 


Recommended Prerequisite: Career and Life Planning and/or Culinary Essentials

Supporting Classes offered in the TPS High Schools:  All Family and Consumer Science and Business Pathway classes

Sequence of Courses:

Semester 1

  • Culinary Arts (2265) .5 credit
  • Baking & Pastry I (2267) 1 credit

Semester 2

  • Culinary Arts (2265) .5 credit
  • Baking & Pastry II (2268) 1 credit

Semester 3

  • Culinary Applications (2266) .5 credit
  • Career Connections (2344) 1 credit

Semester 4

  • Culinary Applications (2266) .5 credit
  • Community Connections (2343) 1 credit

The Pathway courses are sequential.  All new students enter the pathway with Culinary Arts and Baking and Pastry I, regardless if it is fall or spring semester.

 

Instructor:  Chef Eichorn         Email:  ceichorn@tps501.org

 

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