WorldSkills Competition comes to Fine Food Australia
When you participate in a WorldSkills Australia competition you are taking the first step toward being the best in your profession.
Apprentices and students studying cooking and butchery will have the chance to test their skills at the upcoming Fine Food in Sydney in September.
In collaboration with Fine Food Australia and Australian Culinary Federation, WorldSkills regional competitions will run on Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 September at Fine Food Australia.
The competitions are a one-day event where individuals will be benchmarked against their peers to determine the best in their chosen skill.
The competitions directly relate to the area of study – Cookery and Retail Butchery, and are designed to test not only basic skills, but also how the competitors can innovate and explore new ideas.
Successful competitors will have the opportunity to progress to a number of career-boosting pathways. In addition to potentially competing for Gold, Silver and Bronze medals nationally, and internationally as members of the Skillaroos – the WorldSkills Australia International Team – there are leadership programs and scholarships for young men and women to become their very best.
Competitions are open to all apprentices, trainees and students from Industry, TAFE’s and RTO’s. If you are an apprentice or trainee, or if you employ an apprentice or trainee and you want to help them to reach their career goals, just contact your local TAFE or RTO about getting involved or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the WorldSkills Competition, click here.