Cookery students awarded at AUSTAFE state final
William Angliss Institute foods students won four bronze medals competing in the AUSTAFE Victorian state finals competition throughout the week at Fine Food Australia 2016.
Non-apprentice cookery students Jade Vidotto and Justin He, both won bronze medals for their three dishes presented in the competition (in which no gold medals were awarded). First year apprentices Kelsey Manners and Cohen Donald also both won bronze medals.
William Angliss Institute Manager Centre for Food Trades and Culinary Arts Mark Agius said he was proud of all students who participated in the available competitions, including those who had won medals.
“It is great to see industry supporting these students and we encourage our students to participate in these competitions as it is a very important part of training,” Mark said.
IMAGE: Professional cookery teacher Jan Watson congratulates non-apprentice students Jade Vidotto and Justin He with apprentice James Everett.(l-r)
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