The Canadian Culinary Institute (CCI) under the auspices of the Canadian Culinary Federation (CCF) administers the Certified Master Chef (CMC) program. This program has been developed by industry master chefs and faculty from the Canadian Centre of Culinary Arts and Science at Humber College. The program is recognized by the Canadian Tourism and Human Resource Council with its network of partnering agencies and associations throughout Canada. The CMC professional designation is the newest certification under the CCI and also the highest attainable in Canada. This program requires a minimum two years commitment with a maximum allowance of four years to complete all components.
Note: All CMC courses are only for Certified Chef de Cuisine (CCC) chefs that have been approved by the Canadian Culinary Institute (CCI).
Master Chef Michael Allemeier
Watch Michael Allemeier discussing about receiving designation of Master Chef.
Humber College Remains the Leader in Lifelong Learning for Master Chefs
The Canadian Culinary Federation (CCFCC) has appointed Humber’s School of HRT as the exclusive provider of the Certified Master Chef (CMC) Accreditation for a second five-year term.
Chefs Pass CMC Exam at Humber
This past September, two chefs became Canadian culinary masters after passing the CMC exam offered by the School of HRT.
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|CMC 101: Garde Manger and Charcuterie|
|CMC 102: Facility Design and Management|
|CMC 103: Baking and Pastry Arts|
|CMC 104: Product Knowledge and Purchasing Procedures|
|CMC 105: Practical Garde Manger and Charcuterie|
|CMC 106: Practical Baking and Pastry|
|CMC 107: Nutritional Cuisine, Vegetarian Cuisine and Food Allergies|
|CMC 108: Entrepreneurial and Hospitality Marketing|
|CMC 109: Exploring the World of Wines and Spirits|
|CMC 111: Practical Food Styling and Presentation|
|CMC 112: Practical: Nutritional Cuisine, Vegetarian Cuisine and Food Allergies|