SAIT students and alumni compete on local, national and world stages.
From the classroom to the top of the podium, a SAIT education takes you places. SAIT students embark on the experience of a lifetime when they enter international culinary competitions.
Chaîne des Rôtisseurs is an International Association of Gastronomy established in over 80 countries. The association encourages and supports the training of young chefs worldwide through their annual International Jeunes Chefs Rôtisseurs Competition.
This year, SAIT hosted both the international competition on Friday, Sept. 20 and the Canadian National Jeunes Chefs competition on Saturday, Sept. 21. SAIT alumnus, Nolan Moskaluk (PCK '15 and BPA '17), turned up the heat as he competed in the national black box competition and took home second place. Congratulations, Nolan!
Meet SAIT’s competitor and expert Chef coaches
Follow their journey, their flavours and their drive to succeed.
Sept. 17, 2019
Chefs Hayato Okamitsu and Andrew Springett are no strangers to heat in the kitchen. The SAIT instructors have both peeled, diced and sautéed up delectable creations in world-famous restaurants — and now they’re training the next generation of master chefs...Read more
Read about our competitors and winners of 2019
Competing in WorldSkills
Aug. 27, 2019
Competing in WorldSkills is like going to the Olympics — it takes incredible discipline and countless hours of training to reach the world stage. Being a contender is an accomplishment, let alone reaching the podium.Read more