HTN Graduate Katey Shaw - chef's master class...
This master class was a "hands on" experience in a sophisticated TV and Film Studio at TAFE NSW Northern Sydney Institute St Leonards Campus and was facilitated by legendary Food and Wine Commentator HTN Patron Peter Howard.
HTN's 2016 Aspire program will fast track you into your new career by offering a 4 week intensive course with a training and employment outcome.
- Stand Out From The Rest
- Intensive Practical Experience
- Head Start in your Apprenticeship
- Successful Applicants will be Offered an Apprenticeship
- Have Access to your Own Employment Coordinator
and much, much more..
Total Chef Aspire - what are you waiting for? CLICK HERE NOW TO GET STARTED
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.
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.
ICC Sydney - current jobs and future careers
Now open, ICC Sydney is Australia’s premier fully-integrated convention, exhibition and entertainment precinct.
QTIC Salute to Excellence Awards
The QTIC Salute to Excellence Awards recognises Year 11 and 12 students that are under-taking or have recently completed vocational education and training in tourism, food and beverage and cookery.
HTN - Total Chef Professional Program
Take your Passion to a Professional Level. Obtain a Certificate III in Commercial Cookery and realise your dreams with workplace experiences, masterclasses, competitions and more!
Live and love hospitality...
Hospitality - it's not a job, it's a lifestyle
Hospitality and Hotel Management
Hospitality is more than just food. If you love working with people and thrive in a fast paced environment, a career in the hospitality industry could offer you not only a great job, but also an exciting lifestyle.
State of the Tourism Industry 2016-17
Why is tourism so important? In 2016–17, tourism contributed $55.3 billion to Australia’s economy and employed 598,200 people