Good afternoon everyone
Hi Venessa & Paul hope you are both well!
is there a way to get rid of the old school generation of angry chefs after this crisis is over?
because most old generation of chefs are assholes in general I mean
cause the old generation is still there is still roden
How Chefs, Waiters & Hospitality People Can Build Skills During the Down Time https://bit.ly/34ABCMc
A career change must be for the right reason, you might lose your passion there too?
Certificate 3 & 4 in Commercial Cookery https://accessrt.edu.au/qualifications/
Thanks Sue you can share that link with everyone
TAFENSW has blended some units online and also workplace
C: Also consider Leadership & Management training Cert IV online training is available and funded in some situations in NSW
Well it is being reviewed Gary, so perfect timing to be happening re skills gap.
Colleen Morris - Resilience in Uncertain Times https://bit.ly/2K2TCp7
Thanks Kumar - appreciate your great comments
Hi Bruce, yes a supervisory chef will accumulate a higher set of skills, a formalised one would mean less guess work through development.
Good presentation Colleen.
Great webinar - thank you Ken, Julie, Paul, Vanessa, Colleen and Peter
Info on international students and visas https://edupi.com.au/update-of-covid-19-for-temporary-visa-holders/
Write to your Member of Parliament about support for international workers https://bit.ly/3bVQG9C
An excellent panel thankyou Ken
SilverChef Webinars - future webinars and replays https://bit.ly/2Va4doE
Thanks Ken & Panel - the usual excellent content!!
Thanks for the Webinar super interesting. Look forward to the next one
Here are the out takes LOL