HTN apprentice of the month - Ryka Oh
Ryka Oh is a 1st-year HTN apprentice, hosted by Jamie's Italian, Canberra. Ryka has really taken to life in the kitchen and has mastered every section he has worked on.
Currently, Ryka is doing the busiest section in the restaurant, pasta, and was plating a special he developed, Pipi's, baby Roma Tomatoes and house made Spaghetti, when HTN Employment Coordinator, James Fairbank arrived to visit him.
He is also 'calling the pass' which controls the pace of the entire kitchen, an amazing accomplishment for someone with less than 12 months in the industry.
Contact HTN now to start a career like Ryka did!
Events Management @ William Angliss
Why settle for walking the red carpet when you can run the whole show?
Mona proposes new waterfront hotel
Founder of Mona, David Walsh has unveiled intentions for a 172 room, 5-star hotel on the museum’s current site in Berriedale, Tasmania.
HTN - Peter Howard Culinary Scholarship
HTN Apprentices can “self-nominate” by creating a video submission
TAFE QLD Open Day - 23 JULY
Register now with your preferred course, and you will be given your own personal tour of what's possible with a TAFE QLD degree on July 23.
TAFE NSW: Cookery and Wine Courses
Do you have a passion for food or wine? A chef or sommelier course will put you in the world of great taste.
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.
William Angliss Open Day - 13 August - Melbourne
If you’re considering an exciting career in Foods, Tourism, Hospitality or Events, be sure to visit our annual Melbourne Open Day on Sunday 13 August between 10.00am and 3.00pm!
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Commercial Cooking and Hospitality: Looking Ahead in 2017
In the heavily subjective spaces of cookery and hospitality, riding the trends is as important as setting them. Let's look ahead to what's next.