Commercial Cookery Courses
Be inspired to become a professional chef
It is exhilarating to consider that people from around the world will continue to seek out new destinations, new restaurants, hotels and cafes and new food experiences. The enjoyment and satisfaction of people experiencing culinary delights everywhere are, ultimately, the chef’s greatest motivation and responsibility. The universal enjoyment of food and the happiness of diners is something we constantly consider and teach our students.
At Australian Professional Skills Institute, we train our students to exceed the expectations of food lovers and to deliver the perfect result.
Australian Professional Skills Institute is excited to offer these professional chef training courses at its Wellington Campus in East Perth and partner hotel commercial kitchens , with the full support of renowned industry leaders such as Neal Jackson, Kate Lamont and the executive chef of TFE Hotels Group Wendelin Ulrich.
I studied Certificate III & IV of Commercial Cookery, Diploma of Hospitality and now continue studying Advance Diploma of Hospitality Management at APSI (Australian Professional Skills institute).
I can positively say studying at APSI has made me a better person. It has helped me to develop a positive attitude, knowledge and skills towards my studies and discover more about myself and my own abilities. I have always felt that I was so lucky to be a student at APSI especially trainers are very caring and interested in students’ well-being. They make sure every student is understanding of their course and the classes are always interesting and interactive.
I would recommend studying at APSI to all of family and friends – thank you for a wonderful experience!Srunhong Ung (Cambodia) - Adv. Diploma of Hospitality Management (Commercial Cookery Stream)
I have completed my Cert III and IV of Commercial Cookery at APSI. I decided to move to Perth because my sister lived here and it’s a relaxed city with nice beaches.
I enjoyed training in the city. I had experienced trainers and I made some good friends along the way. I work as a chef at Mullaloo Beach Hotel on the coast. I completed my work placement there also.
Get a good grip on English, go out and do things, see things, expose yourself to new opportunities.David Yong (Malaysia) - Diploma of Hospitality Management (Commercial Cookery Stream)