Food & Hospitality Management

Food & Hospitality Management

Contrary to popular belief, working in the cookery industry can be just as challenging and full of adventure as any other profession. A rewarding career in a fast-paced, booming industry awaits anybody who is interested in studying this course. Studying in a cookery course could lead you to pursue cookery (cook, chef, etc.) or hospitality services (hotel management, catering, etc.). Degrees in this stream will not only teach you critical skills that are tailor-made for the industry; but also will fine-tune your senses regarding the best input and output to ensure customer satisfaction while simultaneously meeting ethical and legal standards of regulation. If you are not afraid of working hard to reach the stars, you could try out your luck by studying cookery in Australia. Salaries in this line are pretty good, where cooks will start at around $1,068 per week; and chefs get around $1,250 per week. Motel, Hotel and Hotel Service Managers have an average weekly salary of up to 1,250 AUD; which is moderately high.

Degrees in Commercial Cookery

Careers in Cookery/ Food

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