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Are you looking to change careers, perhaps into the sweet, but challenging field of commercial baking? Or, perhaps you're looking to offer your sales force an unusual incentive, a chance to study at a local baking school?/p>
Baking school programs range from making pies, cookies and cakes to creative culinary dessert art, where taste is only part of the equation. Such programs can be full-time or meet just one or two nights a week. Attending a professional baking school should qualify you to work in a restaurant kitchen as an assistant to the pastry chef.
Look for a culinary school that meets your time needs and your professional requirements. Baking schools vary greatly, so it's important to find one that will teach you what you wish to learn. Look also for a school that's near your home or office. After a long day at your day job, you'll be less likely to miss class if the school is located nearby.
When searching for baking schools, it's wise to review the offerings of several different culinary schools. Business.com offers a variety of programs. Visit the links on the left to learn more about what is available.