Indigenous apprentices join Noma
The National Indigenous Culinary Institute in partnership with William Angliss Institute has been instrumental in placing its young apprentice chefs in some of the top restaurants in Sydney and Melbourne. Through the Skills for Success program, students gain fundamental skills before commencing a three year on-the-job apprenticeship.
World’s best sommeliers to visit Restaurant Australia
Wine Australia is inviting the best sommeliers in the world to discover Australia’s incredible wine offering as part of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2017
Great Chefs Series in Tasmania!
Throughout the months of April, May, June, July, September and October, TasTAFE Drysdale presents the ‘Great Chefs Series’ in Launceston.
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Noma Sydney - first hand account of heaven!
Garfish's very own Mark Scanlan was fortunate to get an invitation to dine at the new pop-up restaurant Noma in Sydney in it's opening week. Located at Barangaroo the restaurant is nothing short of incredible. The restaurant is open for just 10 weeks. Reservations to dine went on sale in October last year; every seat sold out in just a few minutes.
Interview with a chef: Nino Zoccali
Nino Zoccali from Pendolino and La Rosa talks about his road to becoming a successful chef and a businessman. Knowing your produce, being consistent, working hard and being mindful of sustainable practices are some of the things he advises newcomers to the profession.
A hot career in hospitality
A TAFE Queensland Brisbane qualification is the secret ingredient you need for a hot career in hospitality.
Next Generation of Australian Chefs receive training of a lifetime at Noma Australia
Twenty-five Australian hospitality students will receive the ultimate training opportunity at world-renowned restaurant Noma Australia when it officially opens this week at Barangaroo, Sydney.
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Tourism & Hospitality at Drysdale Campus - TasTAFE
Drysdale is TasTAFE’s tourism and hospitality training facility, where students are able to put their skills and knowledge into practice through staffing the Drysdale kitchens, restaurant, café and bar in each of the three regions – Hobart, Launceston and Devonport.
Aboriginal Training Programs at TasTAFE
2016 sees a new way of accessing training with Aboriginal Training Programs, instead of offering a couple of courses specifically for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island People, TasTAFE has negotiated a variety of places in mainstream TasTAFE Courses.