Miss cooking for your kids? We have the perfect opportunity for you.
The Auxiliary Food Services program is looking for members interested in cooking to be trained and qualified to serve at local Coast Guard stations, at CG Change of Commands, VIP events and aboard cutters in their galleys as the need arises. The Coast Guard is short personnel and the Auxiliary is being asked frequently to assist.
The program began post 9/11 in 1st Southern to support the Gold side. In 2006, AUXCHEF was officially established as a National program and 5th Southern took the lead in developing the program. In 2013, the name was changed to AUXFS
Training consists of 20-22 hours of classroom, hands on practical training and PQS completion within 1 year. A health screening form, a Hep. A shot and booster. This can be provided at a CG health clinic.
Current SOP requires completed Core Training, Annual Sanitation Training and Intro to Risk Management. Effective 2019, AUXFS will be required to complete 12 hours of support to USCG units.
April 26-28th at Station Indian River, Delaware
May 3 – 5th at Station Atlantic City
Classes will begin on Friday night, approximately 6pm, continue classwork Saturday and conclude on Sunday after cooking in the galley for the crew. ODU’s required for Saturday and Sunday.