The Certified Chef de Cuisine (CCC) program is administered by the Canadian Culinary Institute (ccicc.ca) under the auspices of the Canadian Culinary Federation (ccfcc.ca) and its local branches (CCFCC Toronto, Muskoka District Chefs Association).
As of September 1, 2015 there will be a new provincial Certification of Qualification (C of Q) exam for the trade of institutional cook (415D). Anyone wishing to obtain a C of Q in this trade, including individuals with an approved Trade Equivalency Assessment application, on or after September 1, 2015
Chesher Equipment Ltd. is pleased to donate fifty dollars towards the C.C.F.C.C. fund ($25.00 will go to C.C.F.C.C. National and $25.00 to the Chef’s Home Branch) for every member that attends a Lainox Cooking Event during 2015.
For the past two years Canada’s first and only Certified Master Chef, Judson Simpson has been feeling a little isolated but his loneliness came to an end on June 21st when Tobias MacDonald successfully completed his last two practical examinations at Humber College in Toronto and received the highest culinary designation in Canada.