Commercial Cookery October 2017 Intake

Enrol now for October 2017!

Did you miss the July intake? Don’t wait till February to start your career!

Experience the Canberra region in spring time and begin your journey towards becoming an internationally recognised chef.

  • Become a chef in just two (2) years
  • Gain over 700 hours of paid culinary experience
  • Train in CIT’s seven (7) world-class commercial kitchens and restaurants
  • Learn from industry experienced teachers
  • Build industry connections with CIT’s links to the region’s hotels, restaurants, casinos, bars and nightclubs
  • Flexible fees payable each term
  • No enrolment fee

Discover more about our Commercial Cookery Course or find out How to Apply.

 

Tuition Fee Payment Schedule

Certificate III in Commercial Cookery

| CRICOS: 094147C |
| National ID: SIT30816 |

Stage 1: 09 October – 08 December 2017
Fees: $4,000 (payable in advance)
Break: 11 December 2017 – 09 February 2018

Stage 2: 12 February – 13 April 2018
Fees: $4,000 (payable by 29 January 2018)
Break: 16 April – 27 April 2018

Stage 3: 30 April – 06 July 2018
Fees: $4,000 (payable by 16 April 2018)
Break: 09 July – 20 July 2018

Stage 4: 23 July – 28 September 2018
Fees: $4,000 (payable by 09 July 2018)
Break: 1 October – 12 October 2018

Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery

| CRICOS: 094148B |
| National ID: SIT40516 |

Stage 1: 15 October – 07 December 2018
Fees: $4,100 (payable by 02 October 2018)
Break: 10 December 2018 – 09 February 2019

Stage 2: 11 February – 12 April 2019
Fees: $4,100 (payable by 29 January 2019)
Break: 15 April – 26 April 2019

Diploma of Hospitality Management

| CRICOS: 090978G |
| National ID: SIT50416 |

Stage 1: 29 April – 05 July 2019
Fees:$4,200 (payable by15 April 2019)
Break: 08 July – 19 July 2019

Stage 2: 22 July – 20 September 2019
Fees: $4,200 (payable by 08 July 2019)

Total Tuition Fees for 2 Years: $32,600 (AUD)

Please note: Fees in AUD and subject to change.

 

Student Story

Sarem John Guillena | Philippines
Certificate III in Commercial Cookery

"I decided to study Commercial Cookery at CIT because I was planning to own my own business and I love cooking.

The programs are very affordable, there is plenty of support from teachers and there is a balanced blend of theory and practical learning.

I never forgot what I learnt because I was able to apply it straight away in the CIT commercial kitchen we trained in.

At the moment I’m focusing on the restaurant I own. It’s getting more bookings, a lot of catering jobs and deliveries every night."

 


Did you know?

  • Canberra’s food scene is constantly growing and thriving, with two Canberra restaurants ranked 89 and 90 in the Australian Financial Review’s Top 100. (1)

  • The culinary industry continues to grow in Australia, with more than 38,000 chefs needed across the country. (2)

  • Canberra has the highest average earnings and lowest unemployment in Australia. (3)

Discover more about our Commercial Cookery Course or find out How to Apply.

 

 

Disclaimer: The October 2017 intake is only available to international students. Course fees are listed in $AUD and are based on a term rate. Course fees are subject to change.

 

 

  1. Bushnell, Two Canberra restaurants make Australia’s Top 100, [website], 2017, the-riotact.com/two-canberra-restaurants-make-australias-top-100, (accessed 15 August 2017).
  2. Restaurant & Catering Australia, Shortfall of skilled workers to impact hospitality sector, in , , 2015, www.medianet.com.au/releases/55059/ (accessed 15 August 2017).
  3. ABS 6227.0 -Education and Work, Australia, May 2015; ABS 6302 Average Weekly Earnings, Australia, Nov 2015; ABS 6202.0 Labour Force – June 2016.