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The Classy Gourmet Culinary Arts Center
(402) 955-2665
721 N. 98th Street
Omaha, NE
 
Iowa Western Community College (Culinary Arts, Restaurant and Hospitality Management)
(800) 432-5852
2700 College Road
Council Bluffs, IA
 
Southeast Community College (Food Service Hospitality Program )
(402) 471-3333
8800 O Street
Lincoln, NE
 
Metropolitan Community College (Institute For The Culinary Arts)
(402) 457-2510
30th and Fort Street
Omaha, NE
 
University Of Nebraska At Lincoln (Hospitality, Restaurant & Tourism Management)
(402) 472-7211
14th and R St
Lincoln, NE
 
Metropolitan Community College (Institute For The Culinary Arts)
(402) 457-2510
30th and Fort Street
Omaha, NE
 
Mud Pie Cooking School
(404) 892-2244
1815 Ponce de Leon Ave
Atlanta, NE
 
Union College (Nutrition Courses)
(402) 486-2600
3800 South 48th Street
Lincoln, NE
 
The Classy Gourmet Culinary Arts Center
(402) 955-2665
721 N. 98th Street
Omaha, NE
 
Central Community College (Culinary Arts Program)
(402) 461-2460
East Highway 6
Hastings, NE
 

Baker

How can I become a Baker?

Although a high school diploma is not required for entry level baking jobs, but it is appreciated by many employers. Most bakers learn by apprenticeship or on the job training, rather than formal education, although culinary school is a good option for bakers. Vocational training may also be available, depending upon the area and facility.

When bakers are trained, they generally first learn basic safety and sanitation procedures. Then they move on to baking procedures. Internships and apprenticeships are not uncommon for aspiring bakers who can learn on the job from more experienced bakers. Experience is much more important for bakers than education or formal training.

What does a Baker do?

Bakers mix and prepare dough, for bread, rolls, pastries, pies, and other baked goods. These baked goods can be sold in a bakery, restaurant store, or other establishment. A baker's job may vary slightly depending upon their seniority. Head bakers may oversee other bakers, while entry level bakers might prepare a workspace for more senior bakers.

Organization is important for bakers, as baked goods must be made on schedule and in a specific order so that the baker is able to produce the desired amount of baked goods. Bakers must prepare ingredients, mix them, bake them, and often clean up afterwards.

Depending upon the employer, a baker may also be responsible for marketing and selling the baked goods and dealing with the money associated with the sale. As a baker gains seniority, he or she might have the opportunity to oversee other employees or act as a mentor to a junior baker.

Some bakers may specialize in baking bread, for example, or cakes. In certain circumstances, a baker may study to become a pastry chef.

What skills and personal qualities should I have to become a Baker?

Bakers should be mathematically inclined, as they may have to perform many different calculations in recipes. Working as a team is important, as many bakers work alongside other bakers and perform apprenticeships or act as mentors. Speed and accuracy is essential for bakers, as well as skill in chopping, mixing, etc. Sanitation and cleanliness is necessary for bakers, as well as creativity and a good sense of taste and smell.

How much does a Baker make?

The wage and salary rate for bakers varies greatly depending upon seniority, employment location, and specialties. The median earnings of all chefs and cooks in 2008 was $34,370, and bakers' wages could be expected to be similar. Full time bakers can expect to make at least $500 per week. Benefits such as health care and bonuses depend on the employer.
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Who are some notable professionals in the field of Baking?

Erez Komrovsky is a famous Israeli baker who has popularized sourdough bread in Israel, after studying bread making techniques in France and San Francisco. One of his goals is for his br...

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