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Holmesglen’s specialised training courses will help you become a qualified cook, specialising in patisserie. Once you complete your nationally-recognised certificate qualifications, you can work as a specialised patisserie chef in restaurants, hotels, patisseries, bakeries, cafes and coffee shops.
 

Bakery and Pastry Open Days

Join us for a presentation on the hospitality industry and the facilities at our fabulous student training restaurants, commercial kitchens and study areas. Our expert staff will talk to in detail about patisserie programs, including pathways to further study. Enquire about how you could study from home with our remote learning options and realise your ambitions in 2021.

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Certificate III in Patisserie

SIT31016

Non-apprenticeship

The Certificate III in Patisserie is the essential course for starting a career as a pastry chef/patisier. You’ll receive specialist training in areas of chocolate, desserts, gateaux, torten and cakes, pastries and petit fours as well as a thorough understanding of food safety and special dietary requirements, setting you on a path to a career in patisserie. Note: April intake will be at our Moorabbin campus only.

Duration: Full time 1 year, Part time 18 months
Intakes: July, February, April
Campus: Glen Waverley, Moorabbin

The Certificate III in Patisserie is the essential course for starting a career as a pastry chef/patisier. You’ll receive specialist training in areas of chocolate, desserts, gateaux, torten and cakes, pastries and petit fours as well as a thorough understanding of food safety and special dietary requirements, setting you on a path to a career in patisserie. Note: April intake will be at our Moorabbin campus only.

Certificate IV in Patisserie

SIT40716

Non-apprenticeship

The Certificate IV in Patisserie provides the skills and knowledge for you to become a qualified chef specialising in patisserie. You’ll receive specialist training in chocolate, desserts, gateaux, torten and cakes, pastries and petit fours and buffet show pieces, together with gaining a thorough understanding of food safety and special dietary requirements. Key studies in leadership, supervision, sustainability and kitchen management will provide the skills and knowledge to take on a team leading or supervisory role.

Duration: Full time 1 year
Intakes: July, February
Campus: Glen Waverley

The Certificate IV in Patisserie provides the skills and knowledge for you to become a qualified chef specialising in patisserie. You’ll receive specialist training in chocolate, desserts, gateaux, torten and cakes, pastries and petit fours and buffet show pieces, together with gaining a thorough understanding of food safety and special dietary requirements. Key studies in leadership, supervision, sustainability and kitchen management will provide the skills and knowledge to take on a team leading or supervisory role.

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