Gain an understanding of food handling and preparation in a commercial kitchen setting. Participants will acquire their online Certificate in Food Handling and will put the theoretical knowledge into practice whilst assisting to prepare and serve meals in our Sparechair cafe. This course has been designed to lead into work in the hospitality area and may also lead to further Certificate studies.
This course provides Social media marketing skills for small business. It provides a pathway to small business start-up, workplace technology at KNLC, Cert IV business or small business employment.
As a precursor to Taster in Beauty, Taster in Fashion, Small Business Start up or Introduction to Creative Industries, the LEAP Social Media Influencer course will enable disengaged and disadvantaged learners to feel comfortable in a learning environment and develop confidence in their ability to achieve employability skills and new industry skills which can lead to pre-accredited, accredited trainining and employment. The course will cover digital devices, social media applications and marketing.
As a precursor to Certificate in Digital and interactive games, the LEAP Gaming Design course will enable disengaged and disadvantaged learners to feel comfortable in a learning environment and develop confidence in and game editing applications.
This introductory pre-accredited short course is a pathway to future study and employment opportunities. It provides information and training on plant and tree cultivation, pruning, disease and pest control and garden management. It is taught by a qualified Horticulturalist currently working in the industry.
Gain knowledge to carry out basic carpentry skills and develop skills to perform maintenance tasks on hand and electric tools. This course has been designed as a possible pathway into the building industry or further training at Swinburne TAFE.
A course designed to improve your IT skills and get you up to date with Windows 10, Office suite 2016, Social Media and technology commonly used in the work place environment. This course is a pathway to paid employment or further studies. Intermediate computer skills are a pre-requisite for this course.
Participants will gain a solid foundation in coffee making skills which will assist in finding work in the cafe industry where the demand for skilled baristas/cafe staff is increasing. Our course provides you with basic coffee making skills, point of sale, customer service and food handling. In addition the Centre offers on the job hospitality experience working in our Sparechair Cafe. Please contact us for details 9853 3126