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Online Catering Programs

While you can focus on just the dining aspect of catering and enter the profession as a cook, advancement opportunities come in the form of becoming a catering manager. And managing a catering business involves a lot more than just cooking. You also need to know accounting, business administration, culinary arts, human resources, and service standards and hospitality.

Most people in catering work as private contractors serving food and beverages at parties, receptions, and other events. In addition to the wining and dining, caterers also set up the tables or buffet, handle a variety of clients, and arrange for tastings before the actual event.

If you're already involved in catering and want to start your own business or take a managerial role, you can also obtain a degree in business to learn the necessary skills. However, a catering degree will be the more focused option.

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