Chefs will be among the most in-demand workers over the next five years, according to the Federal Government’s latest Skills Priority List, revealed last month.
Based on this list, and data on employment growth and job vacancies, hotels and restaurants will soon be crying out for well-trained chefs across Australia.
It is an issue the Government addressed in its 2022 Jobs and Skills Summit on September 1 and 2, as well as an increased investment in vocational education and training.
This is welcome news for Le Cordon Bleu Australia, which has been committed to training top quality chefs for more than 30 years.
The great opportunity from working in the hospitality sector is that you are working in an international industry – there is no limit to where you can work in the world.
With a degree backed by Le Cordon Bleu, aspiring chefs will be on the right path to achieve their career goals in as little as 12 months.
“The great opportunity from working in the hospitality sector is that you are working in an international industry – there is no limit to where you can work in the world,” SkillsIQ chief executive officer Yasmin King says.
“Having worked in the sector, you are able to demonstrate the most sought-after employability skills in any job, including communication, customer service, problem solving and working as part of a team.”
With Le Cordon Bleu campuses across Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, future chefs, pâtissiers and business owners have endless opportunities when it comes to entering the hospitality industry in Australia.
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