Aust Patisserie Academy - Learn the art of making Sourdough!
In this hands on and interactive workshop you will learn all the foundation skills of making sourdough bread, from starters, to mixing, kneading, cutting and shaping bread.
Hospitality - from catering to cruise ship management - a world of opportunity!
Hospitality is an interesting field that encompasses a wide range of careers, from catering to cruise ship management. Completing hospitality courses in the sector that has caught your eye will dramatically improve your chances of launching and maintaining a successful career.
Total Chef Aspire - realise your aspirations at HTN
Check out HTN's ASPIRE Students. They are all at the end of their 3rd week of the program and have already learnt many useful skills, tips, tricks and techniques they can use!
HTN Apprentices kicking professional goals....
New HTN host, Café Patina, welcomed 2nd year HTN - Apprentices Professional, Joanne Choi, as part of their opening team, when the fully refurbished venue opened to the public Monday 17th October.
Short courses - cooking courses at TAFE SA
Food presentation and the provision of optimum nutrition are just some of the subjects included in TAFE SA’s new short course which has been developed in response to industry needs to upskill aged care cooks and caterers.
Australian Chefs takeover Chefs Club in New York
Three of Australia’s most talented young chefs - Clayton Wells, Victor Liong and David Moyle will share their unique culinary visions at the pretigious Chefs Club in New York next week.
Angliss students join Matteo and Buddha in North Fitzroy
Leading Australian restaurateur Matteo Pignatelli, with new Executive Chef and Angliss graduate Kah-wai (aka 'Buddha') Lo, and Guest Chef Raymond Capaldi shared their expertise with cookery and hospitality students from William Angliss Institute at Fitzroy restaurant Matteo’s at a special lunch as part of the Institute’s Great Chefs Program.
Australia's top chefs brunch for world's best
To celebrate Australia’s hosting of the 2017 edition of the World’s 50 Best Restaurant awards, Tourism Australia flew four of the country’s top chefs to New York to provide a taste of what the world’s finest chefs and food and wine media can expect when they come to Australia next year.