AcademicsCulinary Arts Academy Receives WORLDCHEFS Recognition

Culinary Arts Academy Switzerland is the first school in Switzerland to receive Recognition of Quality Culinary Education from the World Association of Chefs’ Societies.

On Monday 24th June 2019, the Culinary Arts Academy Switzerland was honoured to receive the Recognition of Quality Culinary Education certification by the prestigious World Association of Chefs’ Societies (WORLDCHEFS), for its Culinary & Pastry programmes. The Culinary Arts Academy Switzerland is the first school in Switzerland to receive the recognition, which is an international endorsement renowned in the culinary world.

 

Recognition of Quality Culinary Education - Culinary Arts Academy Switzerland

The WORLDCHEFS is a global network of chefs association founded in 1928, Paris and is dedicated to maintain and improve culinary standards of cuisines around the world. The first Honorary President of WORLDCHEFS was culinary legend and the first Executive Chef of the Ritz Paris, Auguste Escoffier. At present the association now includes over 100 renowned chefs specialising in all sectors of the culinary industry including Anton Mosimann OBE, who is also an exclusive partner of Swiss Education Group.

The WORLDCHEFS launched the Recognition of Quality Culinary Education programme in 2010 to establish international standards in culinary education. To receive the recognition, the Culinary Arts Academy Switzerland’s academic programmes were reviewed by a panel of WORLDCHEFS members who evaluated matters relating to global quality standards, evaluation of leadership, instructors, facilities, lesson delivery, industry and educational support and food safety.

The Culinary Arts Academy Switzerland faculty are very proud to receive the Recognition of Quality Culinary Education certification and to receive such positive feedback by the WORLDCHEFS professionals.

We are extremely proud and honoured to meet the high standards required to be a part of this distinguished community. This recognition reinforces the world-class quality of our academic programmes, our training facilities and our chefs/lecturers at Culinary Arts Academy Switzerland. We look forward to greater collaboration and synergies with WORLDCHEFS as we continue to further develop our school as a global leader in culinary education.

John Daly, Director of Quality Assurance at Swiss Education Group.

 

About World Association of Chefs’ Societies
The World Association of Chefs’ Societies, or Worldchefs in short, is a dynamic global network of more than 100 chefs associations representing chefs at all levels and across all specialties worldwide. It was founded in 1928 at the Sorbonne in Paris with the venerable August Escoffier as first Honorary President. Worldchefs is a global authority on food, creating impact through these core focus areas: education – includes our landmark.

Recognition of Quality Culinary Education program and the world’s first global culinary certification; networking – Worldchefs provides a gateway to global culinary networking opportunities and hosts the landmark biennial Worldchefs Congress & Expo; competition – Worldchefs upholds a list of certified judges, sets global standards for competition rules, and runs the prestigious Global Chefs Challenge;humanitarian & sustainability – our Feed the Planet and World Chefs Without Borders programs relieve food poverty, deliver crisis support, and promote sustainability across the globe.

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