HTN apprentice of the month - Rebecca Ramsey
Rebecca Rumsey works at Anchorage (Wests) at Corlette.
Rebecca has shown that she is picking up very good skills and enjoys being trained by the team of chef's at Anchorage. She will become a 2nd Year Apprentice in November 2016 (Next month).
Rebecca can handle a busy breakfast and has now been learning lunches and has also helped prepare and serve her weddings.
She loves working at the Anchorage as each day she gets to learn new skills and is continuously showing how motivated she is in the workplace.
Think you could be an apprentice chef too? There are plenty of jobs available and HTN can help start you on your journey.
Taralga's Tahlia Collins wins Apprentice of the Year
Young Goulburn woman Tahlia Collins has just won the TAFE NSW Illawarra Apprentice of the Year.
Apply now for a July start at William Angliss!
William Angliss Institute is accepting enrolments for a midyear intake for Commercial Cookery, Patisserie and Hospitality Management, so why wait any longer to pursue your passion?
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Puff Pastry short courses at William Angliss
In this hands on, comprehensive class learn how to master the intricate art of lamination to create, and perfect, puff pastry.
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ICC Sydney supporting diversity and inclusion
The events and hospitality industry is fortunate in being very diverse across a number of streams, and ICC Sydney will continue to support all backgrounds and celebrate their successes.
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Milk Texturing and Coffee Art
This is an advanced course, it is recommended that participants have completed Advanced Espresso, with some work experience in a commercial environment or have extensive industry experience up to 6 months working as a barista.