LaSalle College - Montreal

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LaSalle College - Montreal

The Professional Cooking program (DVS) is designed for creative, independent students with a strong interest in cooking and gastronomy. It’s an excellent way to acquire the skills necessary for a stimulating career. A certified chef is a valuable, highly sought-after resource for the kitchens of large restaurants, hotels, cruise ships, financial institutions, hospitals, care centres, and seniors’ residences. In the food industry, a qualified head chef is considered to be a measure of a business’ growth and success. Located in the heart of downtown Montreal, North America’s capital of gastronomy, LaSalle College is the ideal place to learn cooking. - See more at: SPECIALIZED TRAINING The Trade and The Training Process Hygiene and Safety Tools and Equipment Communicating in the Workplace Menu Planning Attitudes, Habits and Behaviour Organizing and Managing Kitchens Cooking Techniques Basic Culinary Preparations Soups Basic Dough, Pastry and Batter Fruits and Vegetables Meat, Poultry and Game Fish and Seafood Hors d'Oeuvres and Entrees Pastries Entremets Mise en Place and Service; Simple Menus Mise en Place and Service; Breakfast Mise en Place and Service; Table d'Hote Menus Mise en Place and Service; A la Carte Menus Culinary Decoration Mise en Place and Service; Buffets Introduction to the Work Environment New Developments in the Trade - See more at:

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Students will learn to prepare food, select the appropriate cooking technique, organize and manage a kitchen, and create specific menus. As well, LaSalle College instills its graduates with fundamentally healthy and environmentally conscious values.


  • Head chef, personal or at financial institutions
  • Caterer


  • Recipient of the Excellence Award presented by the Quebec Hotel and Restaurant Suppliers Association
  • Member of the Association des restaurateurs du Québec
  • Member of the Association canadienne des chefs de cuisine
  • Member of the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs


With your DEP in hand, you have the possibility to study Food Service Management (430.BO) an intensive 2 year program that will lead to either a DEC or an extended AEC.

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