I XXXX have successfully enrolled with XXXX, XXXX to pursue 2 years Diploma in Culinary Management in XXXXX Intake. I have decided to study in this area because when I started attending school, I was asked about what I wanted to be when I grew up and my answer always keep on changing ever since. I have always dreamed of being known of something important something that would make a difference in everyone’s routine, even it meant a typical meal or a box of delicious cookies to cheer someone up.
But most of all it had to be something that would defy my creativity and allow it to be boundless, In order that I would always feel passionate and enthusiastic about my work. All along culinary arts were present in my life, in myself. I always feel happy about my cooking and constantly try to improve and learn more about it. Today I can finally say for sure that my dream is to be a Chef and since my talent and satisfaction rely more on cooking desserts, I wish to become a Pastry Chef.
I often feel motivated by Chefs like Gordon Ramsey, Harpal Singh Sokhi, Sanjeev Kumar, and Pastry Chef Bartolo Valastro, Jr. However, nowadays I aspire much more as I see myself in the future managing a bake shop or a restaurant worthy of rewards resembling the famous Michelin Star. I have chosen to study abroad because I believe that the English language is one of the most important means of communication in whichever industry and as a result I consider that it is the best option to reach out for national and especially international attention.
If I wasn’t told to choose a career now, I wouldn’t have. Although I’ve had the question “what do you want to be when you grow up” constantly in the back of my mind for the past 4 years, I never really came up with a definite answer. Last September I started the culinary arts program at the North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center and since then I’ve realized that I really enjoy cooking so I started ...
Among all of the options offered, Ottawa, Canada seemed the most fitted to me. Canada is a world leader when it comes to education, its high academic standard and rigorous quality control ensured me of my future and career for a long term. A Canadian diploma or degree is recognized in the world. Living standards in Canada are also amongst the highest in the world. In spite of these high standard cost of education and living for international students is reasonably low as compared to other destinations in the world.
Algonquin college is a recognized publicly funded English language college and a member of Polytechnics Canada located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is also one of the prestigious institutes for higher education. The two year Culinary management diploma is designed to train commercial cooks with an emphasis on advanced culinary skills, managerial training and hands-on experience. Training is provided by respected industry leaders and in state-of-the-art Kitchen labs.
Students are also required to complete a 160 hours of culinary placement to ensure program fulfillment. This work placement not only provides hands on experience but also refines the skills by providing practical real world experience as a culinary professional. This program is divided into four main parts to ensure and maintain quality as per culinary and health industries. This programs very much suits my needs as a creative entrepreneur who wants to own a restaurant in future.
Therefore, after completing my Diploma from Canada. I look forward to come back to India and contribute into the booming Indian food industry which is worth US $ 37. 71 billion expected to grow 11 percent each year. Being graduated from a internationally recognized institute will play a important part in achieving my goals in the industry. I will also apply my learnt skills into the industry, so that guest within the country and international visitors would not have to compromise with the quality of food and service.
One of the largest industries in Canada is the tourism industry. It is made up of many thousands of small and large businesses and is in turn, one of Canada's major employers and as well a major contributor to our national wealth. The businesses that compose the tourism industry are hotels, restaurants, travel businesses, recreation and entertainment, and arts and cultural businesses. Throughout ...