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The FWO has free tools and resources to help you understand your workplace rights and obligations when starting work.
Have you always wanted to work at your local coffee shop or cafe? Do you have a passion for great coffee? Perhaps think about becoming a barista. It truly is an all-rounder role where you get to work on your craft (making the perfect cup) and getting to know your customers (and their orders) really well.
As many cities around Australia enter their latest lockdowns and schooling moves back online it is incredibly important now more than ever to have a dedicated work space at home. In this article we will discuss the best ways to create a great home workspace that keeps you focused on your tasks at hand in an organised and comfortable fashion
A friendly and social workplace is a happy and productive workplace. Friendly relationships and mentorships between co-workers creates a fantastic environment for a strong team to work effectively together and is directly linked to your own work satisfaction/happiness. Whilst you shouldn’t put pressure on yourself to make life-long friends at work, maintaining a respectful and positive dialogue with your co-workers and managers will be sure to benefit you.
Having a good work ethic entails the effective self-discipline and persistence an employee applies to their every day work to allow them to stay motivated, finish tasks on time and impress employers. A dedicated work ethic is a skill everyone has the potential to tap into but takes time. It is about forming positive habits surrounding your own time management, focus, punctuality and professionalism.
The Fair Work Commission and Fair Work Ombudsman are the two halves of Australia’s industrial relation authority. Watch their “Mythbuster” series, where these six videos cover the most basic questions surrounding young Australian’s rights in the workplace and may help if you are having any issues.
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Front Cooking School has now opened in Brisbane and commenced SIT30816 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery course as of Monday, 20 April. Applications for 13 July are still open!!
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Register now for the RSA Nationally Accredited Short Course with Be Trained By Barringtons. It is both law and in the best interest of club owners to invest in Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) training for all staff members involved in the supply or demonstration of alcohol.
Now on to beer! Pouring a beer should be in every bartender's skillset. Follow along with this step-by-step video which will teach you to do just that. This video includes how to select the correct glass, how to correctly pour a beer, and tips on customer service when pouring a beer.
R U OK? have teamed up with Allara Learning to develop a new online short course, R U OK? Workplace Conversation Guide. The interactive course is designed to you learn how to ask, “are you OK?” of any one in your world that you might be worried about. The course also helps you learn how to respond appropriately and safely to anyone who says, “No, I’m not ok.”
Kyle Hall has worked in some of the finest bars around the world and most recently, he designed beverage programs for Marriott Hotels in North America. In this video workshop, Kyle will take you on a journey and show you how the world's most popular classic cocktails are made. If you want to learn how to be the best at making the most popular cocktails in the world, this workshop is a must do.
The Diploma in Hospitality represents a qualification that is based on very sophisticated technical applications involving competencies requiring increased theoretical knowledge, applied in a non-routine environment and which involves team leadership, management and increased responsibility for better outcomes. It reflects the role of a Manager, Chef and Sous Chef.
This qualification provides you with the practical cookery skills and knowledge required to work safely in a commercial kitchen environment. When you study commercial cookery with Academia, you benefit from not only classroom-based learning, but practical training, too! Training is conducted in our onsite training kitchens, which are equipped to meet industry standards. You will be assessed through written tests, assignments and practical tasks.
BRISBANE BASED TRAINING (Capalaba) Whether you are unemployed, looking for a career change or just wish to upskill, EDB Training Services can provide you with a Nationally Recognised Qualification in Hospitality. Delivered by our expert industry trainers this qualification is highly sort after across the entire hospitality industries. It provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in the hospitality operations.
This course will help you gain the skills and confidence you need to discuss workplace issues when they arise.
Many workplace issues can be resolved quickly and informally if you discuss them with your employees.
Welcome to the kitchen of your dreams, where your future career is waiting to unfold. With the Certificate III in Commercial Cookery, you’ll gain hands-on experience in the kitchen and acquire the fundamental food skills that can take you around the world. Jump into the dynamic world of hospitality and experience all it has to offer with your newfound practical and theoretical knowledge. This qualification provides a pathway to become a Commercial Cook in a wide range of hospitality establishments. After completion of the course, you can continue your path to work as a Chef by undertaking the Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery.
This course delivers the skills and knowledge required to deliver responsible gambling services, and provides information to staff to assist customers regarding their gambling activity. RSG is a mandatory course for all staff who carry out gaming tasks.
RMLV training assists managers in the responsible operation of licensed premises. This course is mandatory for applicants for new liquor licences, liquor licence transfers and for liquor Approved Manager licence holders.
This course promotes responsible service of alcohol in licensed premises and is mandatory in Queensland for all staff involved in the sale and /or supply of liquor. RSA courses are predominantly delivered online. Face-to-face RSA courses are available for group bookings (i.e. a venue or school) by calling us on 3221 6999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.