Australia has a very vibrant food culture that is made up of different multicultural influences. It is a great country to become a chef because of the high industry standards and the quality products that Australian chefs use.
Students will learn how to motivate and lead kitchen teams, identify and assess operational and service issues, plan food production, schedule workflow, and understand legal compliance issues, and plan, prepare and cost their own menu.
- Certificate III in Commercial Cookery (52 Weeks)
- Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery (64 Weeks)
- Diploma in Hospitality (64 Weeks)
- Advanced Diploma in Hospitality Management (104 Weeks)
- Gold coast
- Must have graduated year 12 in your home country.
- Must have a minimum English score of IELTS 5.5.
- Face to Face Class room delivery.
Skill Assessment Body
- Trades Recognition Australia (TRA)
Eligibility for Skill Migration
- 189 Skilled Independent
- 489 Occupations List
- 485 Graduate Work Stream
- 190 State/Territory Sponsored
- 491 – Skilled Work Regional (provisional) visa (subclass 491)
- 482 TSS Visa Regional
- In Australia, fully qualified chefs earn an average of $1250 per week.
- In Australia, a chef works an average of 46 hours per week.
- Employment for this occupation rose strongly over the past five years and will continue to rise strongly in the long-term.
- 72% of chefs are employed on a full-time basis, which is above average compared to other roles in the hospitality industry.
- Chefs in Australia can work in numerous different roles and areas.