Apprentice – Certificate III Commercial Cooking (Chef) (20-039)
- Check food to make sure of its quality
- Regulate temperatures of ovens, grills & other cooking equipment
- Prepare food for cooking
- Cook food by a range of methods (eg: baking, braising, frying, roasting or steaming)
- Divide food into portions & make sure that the food is well presented
- Clean food preparation areas & equipment
- Store food in temperature-controlled facilities
- Receive & store supplies
- Make sure kitchen is hygienic & functional
- Plan menus & estimate food requirements
- Prepare food to meet special dietary requirements
- A high level of personal cleanliness
- Able to plan your time & work under pressure
- Good communication skills
- Flexibility to perform shift work
- Able to stay calm in difficult situations
- Able to work well in a team
- Own transport required
The position is full time 38 hours per week. Split shifts, weekends, nights & public holidays are all required.
There will also be a TAFE component, which will need to be completed as part of the Apprenticeship. The successful applicant will be placed on a three month probation period.
If you have any further queries on this position, please contact Reece Crabtree on 0447 347 670 or call the SMGT Office on (03) 5022 1833. Applications to be submitted via the SMGT website.
Applications close Friday 4th December 2020 at 5.00pm.
Group Training Companies are community based organisations who aim to maximise employment opportunities and quality of training for local people and local employers. They are private, non profit companies.
Sunraysia and Murray Group Training (SMGT) started in 1983 and initially dealt with apprenticeships only. SMGT is now involved in a range of employment and training programs however apprenticeships remain a core activity.
A New Apprenticeship is a combination of work and training which teaches a New Apprentice all aspects of a trade.
The combination of on the job training at work and off the job training at TAFE or other training providers is protected by the Vocational Education and Training Act of 1992, which requires that every New Apprentice and his/her employer enters into a Contract of Training at the beginning of the New Apprenticeship.
The employer is then committed to provide employment for the term of the contract and to teach the trade including sending the New Apprentice to approved off the job training. The New Apprentice is required to work diligently to achieve the required competencies and must do everything the employer lawfully asks her or him to do.
All New Apprenticeships commence with three months probation period designed to allow both parties to be certain about the arrangement.
As a group apprentice, SMGT will be your legal employer, but you will work with the Host Employer who registers a vacancy in your trade area.
Terms and conditions of employment for group apprentices are no different from other apprentices except that they are not contracted to an individual employer and therefore can potentially work for several employers throughout the New Apprenticeship. They are, at all times, the legal employee of the Group Training Company.
Experience with different employers makes the apprenticeship interesting and challenging and encourages faster and broader development of skills. Group Training has an excellent record of producing highly skilled and widely experienced tradespersons.
Whilst there are proven benefits in gaining experience with different employers, this arrangement makes specific demands on New Apprentices and SMGT seeks only those who best display desired qualities.
Applicants must have a mature outlook and be flexible and adaptable to different work environments. Evidence of significant knowledge of the chosen trade gained through work experience and/or research is essential.
In all activities, successful applicants will be able to demonstrate a responsible and determined nature, the ability to be self - reliant and the ability to be a team worker.