What education is needed to be a chef?

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To become a chef, the typical requirements are a high school education and a chef's trade certification. The certification is available in many colleges across the country. Like most other careers, having different training or lots of experience may offset these requirements, depending on the employer.
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Education Needed to Be a Chef
Chef encompasses many roles--food prep worker, cook, line cook, sous chef, chef de cuisine, personal chefs and more. Depending on the type of chef you want to be, different types of education are appropriate.... More »
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