Be sure to check out the variety of Community Education classes offered winter term through Klamath Community College.
Are you looking to brush up on your French or Spanish, hone your skills in photography or learn to ballroom dance? Perhaps you’re looking for a flagger certification, to study karate or garner your American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid with CPR & AED Course Completion Card…KCC offers dozens of Community Education classes during winter term. Register today!
For information call Kevin Edge at 541-880-2253 and click here for a full list of classes.
Are you interested in a career in culinary arts? If so, the new Culinary Arts program at Klamath Community College may be just for you. The program is designed to provide the technical skills and basic knowledge for students interested in a professional food services career. This program is a hands-on, theory-based delivery for professional chefs and food service managers. Graduates of this program will possess the knowledge to advance and become chefs, kitchen and restaurant managers, cooks, and restaurant owners.
The 21 core program courses provide students with a wide array of skills. They include Basic Safety and Food Production Sanitation, Culinary Management and Measurement, Culinary Logistics, Contemporary Desserts and Baking Essentials, Sustainable Dining, and much, much more. These core courses, along with required general education classes provide students with an overall understanding of culinary arts and food service management, as well as a well-rounded education that will make them more desirable by employers and help them thrive in the workplace.
For more information on the Culinary Arts program, or to find out how to apply, please contact the KCC Admissions Office at 541-880-2212, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out a short video of the first students through the new program here!
Klamath Community College has been named to the 2014 Military Friendly Schools list. The Military Friendly Schools list honors the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country that are doing the most to embrace America’s military service members, veterans, and spouses as students and ensure their success on campus.
A special thanks to Tracy Heap for all his help with this designation!