Hospitality studies are designed to prepare the students for Food courses in Years 11 and 12.

Cultural Cuisine

Students sample and prepare foods from many countries around the world, thereby experiencing many culinary delights. The practical component of the course is based on experiencing the variety of foods found in different cuisines (including Thai, French, Italian and Indian), whilst investigating cultural traditions, influences on food patterns and the development of cultural foods. Students will have the opportunity to showcase their knowledge when creating an International Hawkers Market.

Café Culture

Students experience all aspects of the café menu and culture, from entrées to baristas (coffee making). Practical and written tasks allow students to learn the principles of cookery, study different cooking methods, cake decorating and develop skills in food preparation in a variety of catering and café contexts.

Safety Requirements:  Students will need to work safely when using all kitchen equipment.

Additional Course Fee: This covers the cost of 2 student workbooks & food.

This course leads to:  Certificate II Hospitality


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