Ready to learn what it takes to become a master of the culinary arts? Cookery and catering courses can be your key to the kitchen, teaching you what it takes to provide dish after dish of the good stuff in a variety of venues and situations. From serving up a la carte creations that make mouths water to preparing buffet-style deliciousness for hundreds of hungry guests, this is the training that can land you a job as a catering assistant, kitchen attendant and apprentice chef. Learn the foundations of food preparation, food safety, working with kitchen equipment, cleaning and customer service. You'll find all the ingredients you need to succeed in a modern kitchen or other fast-paced hospitality environment.
With this training you'll feel at home in a range of cooking environments, from the kitchens of pubs and restaurants to food prep areas at various venues holding galas, receptions and other big gatherings. Learn what's required to start your cooking and catering career as a catering assistant, apprentice chef or kitchen attendant, or take the reins as a chef. These junior and mid-level roles can bring an average weekly salary of $865-$1,150.
Learn how to wield the tools and get cooking on a rewarding culinary career with the help of these cookery and catering courses.
Sourced from The Australian Apprenticeships & Traineeships Information Service (aapathways.com.au) funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training and MySkills.gov.au
There are 5 courses available for people who want a career in Cookery and Catering. These are the most popular courses.