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Courses
Course # Courses Length (Hours) Distance Status
GINT0633 All That Sparkles

Description: Celebrate the holidays with the tastings of sparkling wine and canapés
Hours: 3
Credits: 0
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3   Details
FOOD1015 Communication and the Food Service Worker

Description: The course will focus on helping the Food Service Worker develop effective communication skills in dealing with residents, patients,co- workers, visitors, supervisors and other members of the health care team, as well as understand the importance of communication in providing excellent customer service to clients with a variety of challenges. An introduction to basic computer usage is included.
Hours: 36
Credits: 3
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36   Details
FOOD0460 Flavours of India

Description: Tour the different regions and experience the culture of Indian cuisine. These classes will introduce you to cooking with a variety of ingredients, spices and herbs, and different cooking techniques specific to each region of India. Learn vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, Indian breads and desserts in these hands-on classes.
Hours: 4
Credits: 0
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4   Details
FOOD0490 Holiday Baking

Description: Do all your holiday baking in just three hours! We will make a variety of cookies and squares. When we're finished each person will go home with baking for parties and gift giving. We will work in teams of two, so sigh up early with a friend and make sure to bring something to take your treats home in.
Hours: 3
Credits: 0
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3   Details
GINT0627 Martini Meet-Up

Description: Cocktails for the holiday season
Hours: 3
Credits: 0
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3   Details
FOOD1035 Nutrition In Health Care - The Basics

Description: The course discusses basic principles of nutrition including nutritonal rquirements throughout the lifecycle. The use of Canada's Food Guide and Canada's Guidelines for Healthy Eating in menu planning will be discussed, with a focus on the relationship between nutrition and health.Students will develop an understanding of the key nutrients, their source and function, as well as the digestive process.
Hours: 36
Credits: 3
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36   Details
FOOD1045 Quantity Food Preparation and Service

Description: Creative food preparation and presentation of nutritious and appetizing meals, as well as modification of the texture of food and fluids will be discussed. Proper procedures for serving meals to clients, guests and staff, as well as the methods of operating, cleaning and maintaining selected kitchen equipment will be examined.Students will have the opportunity to gain practical skills in a commercial kitchen.
Hours: 36
Credits: 3
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36   Details

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