Do you go to cooking school after college?
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Answer . depending on where you live....it may be called school of culinary arts
no!! i mean if that's goin to be ur proffesion then yea but just to like cook for ur family no way.....my mom always makes dinner she didnt go to cookschool no!! i mean if tha…t's goin to be ur proffesion then yea but just to like cook for ur family no way.....my mom always makes dinner she didnt go to cookschool
Great Ayton, paid for by his fathers employer
James Cook's education was paid for by his father's employer. He attended a local school in England.
Like many young farming lads of his time, James Cook had just a basic education at his local school, the village school of Marton, Yorkshire. He did not attend any specialist …or trade school, or university.
No. James Cook had no formal education beyond age fourteen.
Arlington High School MA
He went to a school in Great Ayton, paid for by his father's employer
A cook or chief is considered vocational education and only requires 6 months to a year of schooling, but you can become a cook or chief without any schooling as long as you c…an cook. College is not needed.
at a collage in Manchester for a 10 week Saturday morning course 9-12 Â£150
Culinary colleges (business or trade schools)
Yes he did but he only went for a little while and was largely self educated
Ashley cooke goes to san Fernando valley professional school.Her and Stella hudgens.
He graduated from Auburn University
For the same reason anyone does - to learn useful things.