Food & Beverage industry in itself is huge and offers great number of opportunities to people in this field. It moves forward in tandem to hospitality and tourism industry; and is hugely supported by these two.

When it comes to cookery, it spans across all the industries where cooking is done. Cookery is not only related to cooking, but has a lot more included in it – right from preparing and handling of food to budgeting, etc.

Cookery courses are especially designed for students with passion for food and cooking on a large scale. In these courses, students are taught production of food, preparing and handling food, maintaining a good hygiene in the workplace as well as essential skills such as team work and budgeting within hospitality amongst many others.

Food and beverage is a major industry sector for the Australian economy. Students with love for food and cooking can choose this course and would surely have a promising, bright future!

Here is a brief of Cookery courses offered in Australia.


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  • Certificate III in Patisserie
  • Certificate IV in Patisserie
  • Certificate III in Commercial Cookery
  • Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery


  • Completed Year 11


  • Pearson Test of English (PTE) score 46 (no communicative skill score less than 40) or;
  • IELTS score 5.5 overall (no score below 5.0 in each of the component)


Students who successfully complete the Cookery program are eligible to apply for a Temporary Graduate visa. Students with these visas have the option to continue studying, working as well as staying in Australia on a temporary basis. Once they have completed their course, based on their specializations, they are allowed to stay for two (2) years. An opportunity to gain relevant local work experiences which may be countered towards Permanent Residency.

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