The Front Burner program offered by Kangan Institute's Culinary and Tourism department has been designed for students interested in a career in the hospitality industry. This free headline making program involves a basic cookery course where students are taught simple methods of cookery, in which they create dishes and then have the opportunity to enjoy their creations. This provides students with an insight into the hospitality industry and helps to determine whether a career within it is right for them. Students will also receive a lesson in coffee making. All program participants will receive a certificate of appreciation upon completion of the program. This is an excellent program to help keep 'at risk' youth off the streets and in education that could lead to a fulfilling and prosperous future career. The 2013 Front Burner program at Kangan Institute will offer four intakes each year (one per term) with 15 students allocated to each class. The program offers a pathway into the Certificate II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations) pre-apprenticeship, which leads straight into the full-fledged hospitality apprenticeship. Best of all, there are no course fees associated with this program for the student.