Culinary Professionals: Online Webinar Series By World Association Of Chefs Societies

Sustainability Education for Culinary Professionals: Online Webinar Series

Chefs are experts at making every crisis an opportunity. During these times of challenge caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is no different. While it is a time of great uncertainty, our industry is one of resilience and grit. Worldchefs encourages chefs to take this time to focus on what can be done to build a better future.

Worldchefs has developed a free introductory webinar to help our community bolster their resumes and bring sustainable practices to foodservice. The Sustainability Education for Culinary Professionals teaches chefs how to think and act sustainable, to lead positive change for the planet – and for the improved profitably in the kitchen. The curriculum was developed by Worldchefs as a Feed the Planet initiative, powered by our partners Electrolux Food Foundation and AIESEC.

This 7 day introductory webinar series is hosted by Chef Chris Koetke, Chairman of the Feed The Planet Committee, and covers 7 important topics:

Day 1 (2PM – 3PM CET, 15 April 2020) – Introduction to Sustainability

Day 2 (2 PM – 2:45 PM CET, 16 April 2020) – Agriculture

Day 3 (2 PM – 2:45 PM CET, 17 April 2020) – Animal Husbandry

Day 4 (2 PM – 2:45 PM CET, 20 April 2020) – Seafood

Day 5 (2 PM – 2:45 PM CET, 21 April 2020) – Energy

Day 6 (2 PM – 2:45 PM CET, 22 April 2020) – Water

Day 7 (2 PM – 2:45 PM CET, 23 April 2020)- Waste Management

A Feed The Planet certificate will only be issued to participants who complete all 7 seminars.

This webinar is the introductory version of Worldchefs Sustainability Education for Culinary Professional. You can apply to deliver the full version of our curriculum at your schools/workplaces/culinary institutions here:

As President Gugler said, “When the quarantine restrictions are over, it will be time once again to help those less fortunate and share our goodwill and consideration for others through a combination of passion, dedication and culinary skills.” Join us for this webinar and learn strategies to help take on climate change.


Key Information

Format: 7 day webinar series (60 min for Day 1 and 45 min for Day 2-7)

Platform: Zoom

Time: 2PM CET (14:00 CET)

Dates: 15 April to 17 April and 20 April to 23 April (7 days, excluding weekends)

Register: CLICK HERE to complete the registration form.

Once complete, we will be in touch with course materials and access information.

Source:- World Association Of Chefs Societies

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