A prestigious chef network across the city and beyond.
An average lecturer-to-student ratio of 1:6, providing attention to each individual.
According to the Act of Parliament (No. 351 of 12th January, 1970) establishing the National Vocational Training Institute, The School Of Culinary Arts is an accredited provider in training & development.
Hello there. I am Jodi. I love SOCA Ghana and I try to attend every class. So, when I heard about the
Home-Grown Series, I enrolled for almost all the courses and they have delivered beyond my
The facility is beautiful and the staff members were friendly and accommodating. The chefs were patient in explain and answering question. My favorite classes were the Dim Sum class and Nana’s Kitchen although I enjoyed all the other classes. I went home with more food than I anticipated.
I highly recommend taking up a cooking class at the School of Culinary Arts Ghana. I will definitely be enrolled again.
Hello my name is Leonora. I enrolled with SOCA for the Home-Grown Series because I run an eatery called Leo’s Meat & Wine and
I want to be a Chef and a Culinary artist. The Chefs that take us through the class make cooking and learning fun and easy.
The staff make us feel at home at SOCA like one big family. I enjoy every class I am taking so far. So far, my favorite class is Nana’s
Kitchen and the Canapes and finger food class. I will surely enroll in the chef program coming up.
If you are passionate about cooking and culinary arts and want to be one of the best chefs in the world, then SOCA is the place to be.
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School of Culinary Arts, Ghana.
Peter Ala Adjetey Avenue,
Opposite Fidelity Bank,
Labone, Accra - Ghana