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Apprentice Chefs Wanted – STAR Hotel Group

Apprentice Chefs Wanted – STAR Hotel Group

CTA Training Specialists, formerly Club Training Australia (CTA) RTO 31607 is one of the leading Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) in the Queensland hospitality industry.  For over 25 years we’ve maintained the highest possible standard of Government and industry accreditation and registration.

CTA provides nationally accredited on and off-the-job training tailored for apprentices, trainees, employers and staff at various hospitality establishments throughout Queensland. CTA also prides itself on working with, contributing to and assisting over 300 venues across Queensland, including Casinos, Hotels, Clubs, Pubs, Restaurants and Cafés.

 

Who is STAR Hotel Group?

The Star Hotel Group is Queensland’s largest independently owned and operated pub and liquor retail group with a portfolio of 18 licensed venues, 46 retail liquor outlets and six accommodation venues.

Their primary focus is to provide customers with the best possible social experiences that exceed all expectations. In striving to be an active local community member, their venues are family-focused for all, offering a relaxed and casual hospitality environment that is engaging, safe and entertaining.

 

What can we offer you?

Are you interested in following a career as a qualified chef? CTA can provide you with a nationally accredited apprenticeship to help you develop advanced skills, enabling you to secure your dream hospitality job.

From your apprenticeship, you will complete a SIT30816 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery, giving you the skills and abilities to become a qualified cook in a variety of exciting hospitality establishments!

Learning from industry professionals who have gained over 20 years of experience in premium Australian restaurants at a senior level, you will enjoy a vibrant and comprehensive program that equips you for the fast pace of back-of-house operations.

With this nationally recognised qualification, you will be able to take your skills anywhere food is prepared; from five star restaurants, bustling cafes, trendy pubs, community clubs to large hotel chains.

 

Do you have what it takes?

To succeed as an apprentice chef, you must have:

  • A genuine interest in the hospitality industry
  • A passion for food & cooking
  • Good communication and people skills
  • Ability to work as part of a team, plan your time and to use your initiative
  • Be organised, prepared, adaptable, creative, disciplined, hard-working and open to flexible working arrangements (including shift work)
  • Ability to stay calm in difficult situations
  • High level of personal cleanliness and hygiene

Apply

If you feel you have what it takes to become an apprentice chef, send us your resume today!  Simply follow this link to apply.

Please note:  no agency referrals will be accepted.

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