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Chris Flatt – How To Become A Chef

Chris Flatt has been working as a chef since 1997. Over the course of his 19 year career, he has worked in a wide variety of restaurants, gaining experience in many different styles of food. As a specialist in British/European style. Chris now wishes to share what he has learned with the world. Chris also has a keen interest in internet marketing, and recently completed a diploma in the subject. He fully understands how powerful the internet is and how it can be used by any budding restaurant entrepreneurs.

AUTHOR: Chris Flatt – How To Become A Chef

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How To Become A Chef

BOOK TITLE:
How To Become A Chef
ISBN:
9780993519604
DATE PUBLISHED:
02/11/2015
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

  • Chris Flatt has been working as a chef since 1997. Over the course of his 19 year career, he has worked in a wide variety of restaurants, gaining experience in many different styles of food. As a specialist in British/European style, Chris now wishes to share what he has learned with the world. Chris also has a keen interest in internet marketing, and recently completed a diploma in the subject. He fully understands how powerful the Internet is and how it can be used by any budding restaurant entrepreneurs.

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BOOK DESCRIPTION

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Do you want to become a chef? This insider's guide will help you to get the career that you want! You will be provided with top tips and advice from a current working chef, who will show you how to be successful in one of the most rewarding careers around. The author of this guide, Chris Flatt, has been working as a chef for over 15 years. Having worked in many different styles of establishments, he is fantastically placed to give you all of the information you need to become a chef. This will include: 

  • The different training routes open to chefs.
  • Useful contact details.
  • The different routes you can take for gaining experience.
  • How to build and write a winning CV.
  • The personal equipment needed to become a chef.

BOOK REVIEWS

Paul McLelland

Hi Chris, just wanted to say thanks for helping me to get my first commis chef job. After buying your book 'How To Become A Chef' and following your advice I got a job in an Italian restaurant. I'm 52 and had no prior experience in a commercial kitchen (although a keen home cook). I'll definitely be buying your other books! Regards, Paul

Ilona Daniel

“I bought your book years ago when I started culinary school! Though I’m in Canada, there was lots of translatable info! Thx!”

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