Taste for new course

North Coast Times - - NEWS -

CLARK­SON Com­mu­nity High School has ex­panded its teach­ing menu to in­clude a kitchen­based course.

Claire Row­ley, who has 30 years ex­pe­ri­ence as a chef, re­cently started teach­ing Year 11 stu­dents en­rolled in a kitchen op­er­a­tions cer­tifi­cate II.

The course is part of a part­ner­ship with North Metropoli­tan Tafe, where she has been train­ing cer­tifi­cate II and III hos­pi­tal­ity stu­dents for the past four years.

Prin­ci­pal John Young said it meant the stu­dents could be fast­tracked into higher-level chef and hos­pi­tal­ity cour­ses af­ter they fin­ished high school.

The course runs out of the school’s commercial kitchen.

Pic­ture: Martin Ken­nealey d483502

Claire Row­ley with stu­dents Kayleigh Cogh­lan, Austin Bourke, Am­ber Schneider, Mai Anh Tran, Casey Cole and Jaice McGib­bon.

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