Active Affirm College Hamilton Alumni
Our alumni are employed coast to coast in top food service establishments.
Industry's Top Job Placement Rate
Our programs train students to equip job-ready skills that employers look for.
Facility With Modern Commercial Equipment
Affirm College is the largest trainer of chefs and cooks in Ontario.
Culinary Education Experience
At Affirm College we have been turning dreams into reality for 24 years.
This program is the combination of Cook Basic Level 1 (Culinary Arts Level 1) and Cook Advanced Level 2 (Culinary Arts Level 2) programs.
In the masterclass of five hours immersive course that catapults you into the world of fine dining catering with flavourful fresh recipes that coincide with a variety of dietary restrictions.
The Cook Basic Level 1 Diploma is a 15 week program that provides the foundation for culinary training, including hands-on training and in-class theory in classic culinary techniques.
Our Chef De Cuisine Diploma offers an integrated program that combines the Cook Basic Level 1 (Culinary Arts Level 1) and Cook Advanced Level 2 (Culinary Arts Level 2) programs,
Why Affirm College
Flexible schedules, online or in-class options, full-time or part-time classes – work and study simultaneously with ease.
95% Job Placement Rate
Our employer collaboration ensures exceptional opportunities and maximizes student potential with extensive career placement services.
Experience Affirm’s culinary phenomenon! Surround yourself with award-winning restaurants and a dynamic food scene that keeps flourishing weekly.
Hands-on learning is at the core of our concentrated education, where technique and practical application drive our professional programs.
What our Graduates are saying
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