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Funding Available for Senior Living Culinary Manager Course at Saint Paul College through the Pipeline Dual Training Grant

The Pipeline Dual Training Grant is accepting applications until April 12 for employers interested in leveraging the Minnesota Office of Higher Education’s Pipeline dual training model of pairing on-the-job training with related instruction. Applicants can train workers for one of more than 75 eligible occupations of the Minnesota Dual-Training Pipeline, including Senior Living Culinary Managers.

Saint Paul College offers a hybrid in-person/online Senior Living Culinary Manager customized certification course for employees of long-term care sites throughout Minnesota. Through the Pipeline Dual Training Grant, sites can apply for funding to cover all educational expenses and materials of the course provided by Saint Paul College, a value of $5,995 per student. Connected sites can apply to the Pipeline Dual Training Grant individually or submit a joint application. The Pipeline Dual Training Grant Applications will be accepted through April 12.

With the Senior Living Culinary Manager course, your employee will earn their ServSafe Certification and will also complete courses in:

  • Food Safety & Sanitation
  • Culinary Arts Foundations
  • Food Costs
  • Menu Composition
  • Dining Room Service
  • Patisserie and Baking
  • Kitchen Safety

For more information on the Senior Living Culinary Manager Certificate course through Saint Paul College, contact Sharon Blomgren.

For help with questions about Minnesota Pipeline Dual Training Grant, contact PIPELINE.Program@state.mn.us.

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