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The Arizona Culinary Institute offers intensive curriculum in the culinary arts, the second day of school is working in the kitchen, where as a lot of other culinary programs it takes 3-6 weeks to start cooking. There are two culinary basic classes where the chef in charge over sees whats being cooked and if its prepared right: If the dish is improperly cooked, then the student must cook it again, which allows the students to grow from their mistakes.This school also has a library of cook books and even a restaurant where the students cook, clean, and operate this restaurant giving each student hands on knowledge.
A typical student at the Arizona Culinary Institute is bubbly and enthusiastic to participate in school. Even thirty minutes before class starts, students will be up and working in there stations.There is a wide range of different ethnic groups, and gender diversity. Of course there are different religious groups, but that is not a real issue at this school, every student and Instructor respects each individual.
The professors are unbelievably friendly and really excited to help students out. The curriculum depends on how well the students exceeds, you can skip courses or take advanced courses.The class registration process is simple and inexpensive.Programs offered at the Arizona Culinary Institute ranges from all different types of cuisine and cooking methods and technique.