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Alaska Culinary Academy
       
Website www.avtec.alaska.labor/Culinary.htm
Year Established 1972
Program Description Professional Cooking & Baking programs consisting of 5 certificates (1,470 hrs): Food Service Worker, Bakers Helper, Culinary Baker, Cooks Helper/Prep Cook, Cook/Culinarian
Group Size or S:T Ratio 10:1
Program Focus Baking
Faculty Dept. Head Robert E. Wilson, CEC, CCE, F.M.P.; Elizabeth K. Fackler, CEPC, CCE; Kevin M. Lane, CEC.
U.S. Locations Seward, Alaska
Months January, February, March, April, May, June, August, September, October, November, December
Contact Robert E. Wilson
Dept. Head
Alaska Vocational Technical Center (AVTEC)
Alaska Culinary Academy, P.O. Box 889, 809 2nd Ave.
Seward, AK 99664
United States
Phone: 800-478-5389, 907-224-4152
Fax: 907-224-4143
E-Mail: robert_wilson@labor.state.ak.us

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