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Recording Radio Film Connection Expands their Mission with Launch of New Affordable Culinary Arts School

The Culinary Connection announces the launch of a new, lost-cost culinary arts school that puts students inside real restaurants and hotel kitchens to learn culinary skills from top chefs.


March 11, 2013.   Recording Radio Film Connection (RRF) is pleased to announce the opening of their new culinary arts school, Culinary Connection. The affordable, six-month culinary arts school will utilize the same trademark mentored approach as the RRF schools while being expertly crafted for persons who plan on pursuing careers as chefs, pastry chefs, restaurant consultants, corporate reception professionals and more. 

As is the case with all of RRF’s programs, tuition is relatively affordable. Aspiring culinary professionals can expect to pay $60,000 or more at conventional culinary arts schools. Culinary Connection’s tuition includes supplies and costs $10,500 for the six month program. After years of using the mentor-guided approach to help thousands of individuals get the training and connections in the radio, film and music business they need to make their dreams a reality, CFO Brian Kraft is happy to expand the mission, using this same tried and true approach to help motivated people get the skills and connections they need to embark on careers in the upper echelons of the food industry.

In speaking of the decision to launch Culinary Connection, Brian Kraft says:
“The culinary arts are most definitely different than audio engineering, music production and filmmaking. Nevertheless, what all these careers and a whole lot of other ones have in common is they’re best taught by the pros who really know what it’s all about. Traditional schools are great and teachers are great if you want to be a lawyer or a doctor; but if you want to do something that requires hands-on, in-depth knowhow and a real intimate knowledge of how things work in the real world, especially if you’re dealing with anything that’s creative, you’ll find mentored instruction is a far better, much more efficient way of learning what it takes to do the work. This is especially the case when it comes to being a chef or working in the restaurant industry. In fact, lots of the biggest chefs in the world today didn’t go to culinary school. They learned by cooking in real professional kitchens and learning the ropes from the great chefs of their day. Culinary Connection is all about extending and improving upon that age-old tradition of apprenticeship in a way that makes sense for the 21st century.”

With a curriculum that has been assembled by some of the best chefs in the industry and a comprehensive approach which consists of on-site lessons, online tutorials, textbooks and career planning support, the school hopes to serve as a viable alternative to the expensive culinary schools of today and to provide access for thousands who would otherwise find entry into the field a near impossibility. As with the RRF programs, one-on-one mentored guidance and training are what will make this culinary arts program different from the rest . Flexible scheduling, real world perspective, relevant skills and connections are other benefits of the program which places students in real, professional kitchens as opposed to school classrooms.

Culinary Connection will launch on March 11th in selected cities across the United States with more locations coming later in 2013.


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