R&CA to deliver Commonwealth Games mentoring program
Restaurant & Catering Australia (R&CA) has today been announced as a successful tenderer in the Commonwealth Government’s $60 million Industry Specialist Mentoring for Australian Apprentices (ISMAA) program.
Restaurant Australia - best new restaurants to try
From the ambitiously artistic to the perennial crowd pleaser, the Australian dining scene has welcomed a horde of incredible new restaurants in recent months.
Expand your career horizon in events at TAFE QLD
If planning large-scale projects makes you tick, get caught up in the excitement of one of TAFE QLD's event management courses.
QTIC Futures Program - tourism & hospitality courses and training
QTIC has secured funds to offer fully funded training across Queensland. QTIC's programs and locations are highlighted below, click on the program overview links for detailed information on the various training programs available.
Tourism, Hospitality and Events courses at TAFE NSW
With the right mix of skills, experience, and a TAFE NSW qualification, you can have an exciting career in this huge growth industry anywhere in the world.
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Restaurant & Catering Apprenticeships
Restaurant & Catering Industry Association of Australia (Provider number 6868) is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and as such is able to deliver nationally recognised certificate level training and industry short courses.
Be inspired! Watch Chad Pridue, Chef at Peterson’s House discuss his career
“Listen to your head chef: heads down, bums up and write down your recipes” – these tips and more from Chef Chad Pridue, Head Chef at restaurant Cuvee in Peterson’s House in NSW's Hunter Valley.
Tourism Industry says G’day as part of new UK campaign
Tourism Australia is asking industry to record themselves in a 4-5 second selfie-style video saying G’day to British travellers to form part of a new campaign in the UK called #24MillionMates.