Liaison College focuses on culinary training for the world’s future great chefs. The Liaison College chef training programs and recreational cooking classes are meticulously designed by professionals in the hospitality industry, to provide students with the skills they need in today’s demanding restaurant and food services operations. The Durham campus located in Whitby offers a wide range of culinary arts programs dedicated to teaching students classical French techniques taught by our Red Seal Endorsed professional chef instructors. The course curriculum is constantly monitored and updated with the help of our the Liaison College Advisory Board.
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My name is Jeff Anderson and I am the Operations Director for Liaison College in Whitby. I have a passion for learning and a passion for food, I am a graduated from RMC Kinston and Queens and from this Liaison College.
My name is Vidya (Patty) Harry-Paul RSE, I am the Culinary Director for Liaison College in Whitby. I have a passion for teaching and passion for food, I am a graduate of Liaison College Toronto.
My name is Deb Porter, I am Director of Admissions for both the Liaison College Whitby and Barrie campuses.
Hi there! I'm Sue Prior the Office Manager. After completing high school, I attended Humber College for Business Administration and Psychology and followed the path of Business Administration. Background of 20+ years is comprised of Customer Service / Administration. With my background I have held many titles and filled many roles for IBM, Bell Canada, Swish Maintenance and Wal- Mart. I joined Liaison College in September 2014 as Campus Administrator. I have always enjoyed cooking and it couldn’t have worked out better, combining enjoying something that you like to do and working for a culinary school. You could also say that cooking is in the family as my son is a chef and it is very interesting when we are both in the kitchen.