Certificate III in Commercial Cookery
Within four weeks of receiving sufficient and complying evidence of competency in all applied for units of competency
Frontier Training and Technology (RTO: 21244)
Qualified individuals are most often employed as:
Technicians and Trades Workers
Community and Personal Service Workers
Qualified individuals are most often employed in:
Accommodation and Food Services
Health Care and Social Assistance
Source - All statistics supplied by NCVER
Learn how to get certified and make your culinary dreams come true! Read the information below and get in touch with us.
Talk to Skills Certified Australia about your goals, and we'll connect you with the right resources and help you get your certification. We'll connect you with one of our partner Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) in your area who can help you.
A personal consultant will work with you to create a portfolio that will demonstrate your professional experience. This could include, among other things, your previous national and international qualifications, job examples, photos and videos of your work, reference letters, and your current resume.
Your portfolio will be reviewed by an assessor from one of our partner RTOs. The assessor may call you if additional proof is required. If you need more training, the RTO may be able to offer you with a free trainer to assist you.
Skills Certified Australia's partner RTOs can assist you in obtaining nationally recognised qualifications. These are equivalent to those obtained through full-time education. Qualifications may be required for obtaining immigration status.
At Skills Certified Australia, we examine RPL abilities in a variety of general and specialised commercial cookery and hospitality work, such as kitchen operations, patissiere, general hospitality and tourism. To view what certificates and diplomas are available, click here. Please contact 13 17 75 if you need further information, or contact us with a message here.