Online Catering Degrees and Careers
Would you like to earn a living by cooking for people? Does the idea of opening a restaurant sound too risky? If you answered "yes" to both of these questions, you might want to consider catering school, which may eventually lead to a promising catering job.
Opening a restaurant is risky. Most new restaurants fail to turn a profit and go out of business within a few years. Catering is much less risky. You don't need to spend as much money on overhead expenses as you would when opening a restaurant.
You can start small by catering parties for friends. All you'll need for this initial investment is cooking ware and recipes, which you probably already have. As word spreads about your skills and you start making some money, you may invest a bit on marketing and advertising, which will help your catering business grow even faster.
If you want to become a caterer, you can learn both the culinary and business skills necessary to catering at a catering school. Another way to learn the business is to get a catering job and learn from experience.
- Provides students the opportunity to train at home in their spare time to get their high school diploma, train for a new career, or enhance current skills.
- Offers programs in psychology/social work, business management, medical billing, criminal justice, and more.
- Member of the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA), the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE), and the International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE).
- Features a fully flexible schedule with no classes to attend, leaving the study pace up to the student.
- Online Courses