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Ni­cholas Green, 18, of Pym­ble, is an ap­pren­tice baker at Pioik Bak­ery in Pyr­mont. Q. What did you like about the course? A. Bread is some­thing that I have al­ways wanted to know how to make. I re­ally en­joy the science be­hind the whole process and com­ing up with new ideas and new prod­ucts. The course is very prac­ti­cal with a lot of hands-on ex­pe­ri­ence. Q.

What are your plans for the fu­ture? A. I have been ac­cepted into The Culi­nary In­sti­tute of Amer­ica for an as­so­ciate’s de­gree in Bak­ing and Pas­try Arts. Af­ter my time in Amer­ica I hope to travel to Ger­many to study rye and whole­grain breads. Af­ter I have fin­ished my study I want to open my own bak­ery/cafe in Syd­ney. Q.

What ad­vice would you give oth­ers? A. By do­ing as much as you can both at TAFE and at work you will re­ally love bak­ing bread and you will get the full ben­e­fits from the course and the ap­pren­tice­ship pro­gram.

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