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Sustainability education for culinary professionals

A free course built to teach culinary professionals to think and act sustainably

Fundamental lessons on culinary sustainability, created by chefs for chefs

Developed by Worldchefs in collaboration with a panel of culinary experts and scientists, the Sustainability Education for Culinary Professionals curriculum is a free course designed to help chefs engage with key sustainability topics and inspire positive change starting in the kitchen

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Graduates around the world

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Trainers

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Languages

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Countries

Why you should take the course

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Get certified in culinary sustainability and drive sustainable change in your daily life.

Share your knowledge and experience with culinary students and professionals. Approved Trainers have full access to the course materials and our global network of sustainability experts.

OUR PRESENCE

Our trainers are the driving force behind this course. Their time and expertise have encouraged sustainable changes in professional and home kitchens worldwide. Discover who they are and the impact they have made.

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TESTIMONIALS

Valeria Hernandez

Corporate Executive Chef at Griffith Foods, Central America and the Caribbean

Environmental sustainability education has always been one of the most important topics for me as a chef since I come from a country in which we are very concerned about the environment. I always thought that we needed a massive effort to generate significant action, but after looking at Feed the Planet’s information, I realized that change can be created in small actions and that the power of a white jacket can change the world.

Soon Pau Voon

Teaching Fellow at Sunway University, Malaysia

Very interesting curriculum! The course provides an opportunity for students to explore a path away from traditional teaching and learning method. They are now more aware of the big word: Sustainability. And hopefully, they will use this knowledge in their future careers.

Mark Serice

Vice President Global Culinary at Griffith Food

As chefs who fundamentally depend on the earth for inspiration and creativity, we are ethically bound to preserve those gifts through knowledge, understanding, and stewardship. The sustainability course from the Worldchefs is the first step for our global guild in moving forward to make a difference. We now have another opportunity to scale positive impact by working together globally.

Bongani Baloyi

Sous Chef at The Blue Train, South Africa

Today’s session was talking to me as an individual; it relates to me as a professional in my line of work. Really learned so much in terms of energy-saving measures, not only in my career space but also on a personal level, saving and using energy responsibly indeed plays a bigger role in our lives and sustainability. Change attitude and habits is a process I am beginning from this lesson going onwards, starting with changing myself first then automatically in the process of changing my team and colleagues.

Rochelle Schaetz

Head of Marketing, Europe & Africa at Griffith Foods

As chefs, we often underestimate “the power of the white jacket” to influence the food choices consumers make. As custodians of the worlds’ food supply, we must lead by example, be responsible in our recommendations, menus, products, and in how we run our kitchens. The program reinforced the urgency of addressing the world’s food security challenges and the role we as chefs have to play.  

Terry Jenkinson

Head of Culinary Arts at Silver Spoon Hospitality Academy, Namibia

The sustainability course has proven to be very informative, especially as we here at Silver Spoon Hospitality Academy in Namibia have been active in creating an awareness of the importance of biodiversity, conserving natural resources, and making the most of products indigenous to our country. The students who participated in the curriculum have a better understanding of what we have been teaching as well as a newfound respect for ensuring long-term sustainability of our natural resources.

OUR PROGRAM IS ALIGNED WITH THE FOLLOWING SDGs

If you have any question, please reach out to Feed the Planet Team!

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