Culinary Business Academy Announces First Quarter Classes across the U.S. for Those Interested in Pursuing a Career as a Personal Chef

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Culinary Business Academy's First Quarter 2011 Training Courses to Be Held in Atlanta, Tucson, Oakland, Pittsburgh and Austin. The Culinary Business Academy, the only educational institution dedicated exclusively to the science of successful business in culinary endeavors, provides classes and programs focused on helping participants learn how to create a successful personal chef business.

The Culinary Business Academy (http://www.culinarybusiness.com), the only educational institution dedicated exclusively to the science of successful business in culinary endeavors, announced today its first quarter 2011 schedule of classes and programs focused on helping participants learn how to create a successful personal chef business. The first quarter 2011 courses will be held in Atlanta, Georgia; Tucson, Arizona; Oakland, California; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and Austin, Texas during February and March 2011.

The Culinary Business Academy (CBA) is the only provider of personal chef business education to be licensed by a private post-secondary commission on higher education and the only organization to have an authorized testing series and a personal chef diploma, both required to obtain the federally registered Certified Personal Chef® designation.

Three CBA course programs will be offered to accommodate participants' unique needs, goals and schedules. The CBA Undergraduate Course program is a full 5-day immersion into all aspects of a personal chef business, including business administration, client presentation, marketing, pricing, operations, packaging, sanitation, safety, recipes, menu planning, kitchen-lab exercises and more. The CBA Dynamics program is comparable to the Undergraduate Course, but condensed in length with 3 intensive days of live instruction, complemented by comprehensive training materials. The CBA Quick Start program a two-day classroom program focused on the administration, operations and marketing of a personal chef business, designed to complement the CBA Home Study course. All programs include hundreds of CBA recipes.

During the first quarter of 2011, the following CBA courses will be offered:

  • February 7-11, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia - CBA Undergraduate Course
  • February 19-20, 2011 in Oakland, California - CBA Quick Start program
  • March 5-6, 2011 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - CBA Quick Start program
  • March 7-11, 2011 in Tucson, Arizona - CBA Undergraduate Course
  • March 12-13, 2011 in Oakland, California - CBA Quick Start program
  • March 25-27, 2011 in Austin, Texas - CBA Dynamics program

Additional classes will be offered throughout the year in Atlanta, Tucson, Oakland, Pittsburgh and Austin plus Albuquerque, New Mexico and Denver, Colorado. All Culinary Business Academy courses are taught by certified personal chefs who currently run successful personal chef businesses and are Culinary Business Academy alumni.

"We're excited to bring our unique training to those with culinary business passions across the U.S.," said Gail Kenagy, chief executive officer of the Culinary Business Academy. "Each expert on our teaching team brings current, real world success and experience to the classroom and is committed to helping students succeed in creating and running their own personal chef business."

For more information, visit the Culinary Business Academy website at http://www.culinarybusiness.com.

About Culinary Business Academy
The Culinary Business Academy is the only educational institution dedicated exclusively to the science of successful business in culinary endeavors. The CBA courses and materials provide real world knowledge and time-tested methods of success, developed and taught by successful culinary professionals. Headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the Culinary Business Academy also offers programs and courses in Atlanta, Georgia; Austin, Texas; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Denver, Colorado; Tucson, Arizona and Oakland, California. For more information, please visit http://www.culinarybusiness.com.

Media Contact:
Kelly Kirkendoll
Thrive PR for Culinary Business Academy
817.236.6075

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