Medium and Long-Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL)
Being a chef can be a very rewarding career and offers skills that can be applied all over the world in many different scenarios.
Australia has a very vibrant food culture that is made up of different multicultural influences. It is a great country to become a chef because of the high industry standards and the quality products that Australian chefs use.
Students will learn how to motivate and lead kitchen teams, identify and assess operational and service issues, plan food production, schedule workflow, and understand legal compliance issues, and plan, prepare and cost your their own menu.
After completing your studies, your possible job titles include but are not limited to: Chef de Cuisine (Head Chef or First Chef), Sous Chef (also known as Second Chef, as they are second in charge), Chef de Partie (also known as a Demi Chef, they are in charge of a certain section of the kitchen).
Produce meat, poultry and seafood dishes.
Produce stocks, soups and sauces.
Maintain the quality of perishable items.
Learn safe food handling practices.
Prepare food to meet special dietary requirements.
Manage finances within a budget.
Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices.
Plan menus for many occasions and situations.
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