What is the mount of education needed to become a cake decorator?
Most cake decorators need some sort of training and an education in culinary arts, baking, ect. They also should intern or work for a bakery to learn some tricks and tips to becoming a cake decorator, too. ...
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Can a cake decorator have a problem with his or her hands?
It probably depends on how serious it is, but in general, yes. Many people with arthritis or other problems that affect their hands are cake decorators. A hand problem can definitely make it more challenging, but if you are patient, and you can learn to work around your limitation in movement, it can work out quite well. ...
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Pros and cons of being a cake decorator?
Pros - * Different work every day * Free creative expression * Very artistic * Flexible hours * Meet people, social job Cons - * Long hours * Intircate details, hard work * Not always good pay * Expensive materials * Potential for very slow business ...
Is an added charge necessary if you hire a certified interior decorator even though I would rather do the work myself?
A certified interior decorator is not necessary if you plan to do the work yourself. There can be advisement fees if you hire a certified interior decorator. ...
where do I look for employment as an interior decorator with minimal work history experience but am currently working on my decorator degree?
you could advertise in the paper that you are learning and will work cheap or see if you can intern with a professional. ...