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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. Why not see what's on offer HERE

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander (ATSI)

ICC Sydney aspires to be an employer of choice for ATSI people in the hospitality, catering and events industry. Our objectives are to engage with communities and educators as well as roll out initiatives aimed at combatting ATSI unemployment in Australia. ICC Sydney aims to provide apprenticeship and traineeship opportunities to ATSI workers as well as many other career and development opportunities.

Disability – Able @ Work

Our goal is to remove barriers for people in the workplace. ICC Sydney is committed to providing opportunities to those within our communities that have a physical or intellectual disability.

Parents & Carers

ICC Sydney aims to be a family friendly employer. An integral part of our Diversity & Inclusion Strategy is to support parents and primary carers back into the workforce following a period of parental leave.

LGBTI

ICC Sydney aims to create a workplace environment that is inclusive of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) people, free of any form of discrimination, bullying or harassment, where LGBTI people feel comfortable and open to be themselves.

Generation Success

The typical workplace is made up of a team that spans up to five different generations, and ICC Sydney is no different. We recognise it is important to accommodate individuals in all stages of their life. Providing initiatives like ‘transition to retirement’ opportunities or financial planning sessions, plus flexible work practices will ensure that all of our team members are set up for a comfortable life into the future.

Supporting you

There are many other streams of diversity and inclusion that we will continue to support and celebrate. This includes but is not limited to: Cultural & Linguistic diversity, gender/women at work and refugees. ICC Sydney fully supports all areas of diversity and inclusion. Whilst not all streams are listed in detail here, they form the basis of a sound business.

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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.

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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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Ascet: Dont waste another year
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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.

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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.

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HTN - Peter Howard Culinary Scholarship

HTN Apprentices can “self-nominate” by creating a video submission

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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.

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Events Management @ William Angliss

Why settle for walking the red carpet when you can run the whole show?

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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.

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