In the past centuries, wealthy families, especially the aristocrats, used to hire their own chefs/cooks and dine in their palazzos while restaurants, as we know them today, were not fashionable yet and cooking was a different profession.
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The boldest ones even quit their regular jobs upon the completion of their diploma and open their own restaurant or catering service.
Besides their cooking passion, the ACT students of all ages also share a certainty of professional success. In fact, the school receives hiring requests on a daily basis, from everywhere in the world!
As cooking is a skill we also learn through direct experience, ACT offers real cooking classes, mimicking the real restaurant kitchen dynamics, including the group meal. As Chef Guerrer never tires to repeat "the ultimate purpose of our classes is the meal, where everybody sits down at the table and personally judges his/her own work and the one of the team".