Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, we have adapted our course delivery to now encompass a combination of remote and flexible delivery methods. This includes easy to navigate online tutorials, video conferencing (classroom simulation) as well as face-to-face practical assessments and work placements – where safe and practical to implement. Our flexible model allows you to continue to study in a safe, guided and fully supported manner with continued access to all learning, personal and wellbeing supports. You will be advised by your facilitator on a case by case basis in relation to practical and work placement assessments, as some flexibility will be required during this challenging time.
If creating great food puts you in a good mood, why not consider a career as a chef?
The Certificate III in Commercial Cookery (SIT30816) is a nationally recognised course designed for people who want a career as a chef.
The course provides participants with skills, knowledge and experience in practical food production, hygiene, menu costing, OHS, team work and basic nutrition. Graduates are qualified to enter careers in hospitality establishments, including hotels, motels and bistros.
Students hone their skills in the fully operational licensed training restaurant at our Broadmeadows campus.
Apprenticeship streams will take two to three years and non-apprentice full time students will take one year (full time study).
You may be entitled to free tuition fees for this course if you meet the eligibility criteria for the State Government’s FREE TAFE for Priority Courses initiative.*
You can also can apply for an Education Support Scholarship to reduce your materials and consumable fees.
Our course experts will be more than happy to answer any questions you have. To find out more, call 13 TAFE (13 8233) or contact us via our online enquiry form.
To successfully complete this course, students must undertake mandatory work placement of 48 service periods.
* It's important to know that you may incur other fees, such as student services fees or materials fees, and you'll need to cover these costs yourself.