Become a Certified Traditional Foods Teacher!
Monica Corrado, MA, CNC, member of the Honorary Board of the Weston A. Price Foundation and teaching chef, is offering traditional food teacher training! Monica has been an inspirational teacher of traditional foods since 2006. Her desire is to create a cadre of teachers throughout the country and the world who are trained in teaching the principles and techniques of cooking nourishing, traditional food according to the principles of Weston A. Price, DDS, Francis M. Pottenger, MD and Mary G. Enig, PhD. These teachers will be trained deliver well-organized and informative classes with fun, ease and good humor.
You, too, can TEACH Traditional Foods cooking!
There are three levels to the certification:
Level I: Certified Traditional Foods Cook
Level II: Certified Traditional Foods Teacher
Level III: Master Traditional Foods Instructor
Level I is for beginners: Learn to Cook. Level I will provide the foundation of knowledge in both technique and background – the how and the why of cooking traditional foods. A student must pass Level I training to register for Level II training. Upon successful completion of Level I, students will earn the title Certified Traditional Foods Cook. Level I will be offered twice in 2014: Thursday – Sunday, February 20-23 and June 26-29, 2014.
Level II will train students on the principles and logistics of teaching traditional foods classes: Learn to Teach. Upon successful completion of Level II, students will earn the title Certified Traditional Foods Teacher. Level II will be offered once in 2014: Thursday – Sunday, October 23-26, 2014.
Level I/II is for those who are familiar with traditional foods cooking and who have been implementing those techniques for a while. These four day weekends are designed to review and reinforce the hows and whys of traditional foods cooking (techniques) and provide students with the tools to teach classes: Review Cooking and Learn to Teach. Students must pre-qualify for the Level I/II Intensive Program. Successful completion of the course will also confer the title Certified Traditional Foods Teacher. Level I/II will be offered once in 2014: Thursday – Sunday, April 24-27, 2014.
These are four day intensive weekends, with only 12 students accepted per session. Enroll NOW for 2014 and take advantage of the Early Bird rates!
All students will receive as part of their training:
an annual membership in the Weston A. Price Foundation
the book: with Love from Grandmother’s Kitchen: Traditional Cooking Techniques for Well-Being
Level I students will receive a copy of Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats
For more information about the program, see http://www.cookingforwell-being.com/Teach.html or contact Monica at firstname.lastname@example.org.