Baking and patisserie
Bakers and patissiers produce bread, cakes, desserts, and petit fours for various hospitality business. As a TAFE Queensland student you'll gain practical experience in our on-campus training kitchens where you'll prepare and serve items for real customers.
Study baking and patisserie
Bakers and patissiers produce bread, cakes, desserts, and petit fours for various business including patisseries, retail bakeries, restaurants, hotels, catering operations, and cafés. According to the Australian Government's JobOutlook service job growth for bakers and pastrycooks is expected to remain steady over the next five years with available positions reaching 31,100.
As a bakery or patisserie student at TAFE Queensland you'll gain practical experience in our on-campus training kitchens and restaurants. You'll prepare and serve bread and patisserie items for real customers in a live retail environment.
At TAFE Queensland we have valued hospitality industry partners including The Star, Marriott, Accor, and Hilton. In collaboration with our partners we offer master classes presented by industry-renowned chefs. These industry connections allow you to seek guidance on how to achieve your career goals and provide an opportunity for future employment outcomes.
- Chef patissier
- Pastry chef
Baking and patisserie courses
Certificate III in Patisserie
Establish yourself as an entry level pasty chef or patissier with this hands on course. Develop the practical skills and foundation knowledge required to work in a pastry kitchen or continue with further study.
- Pastry Chef
Certificate IV in Baking
Boost your career in baking with this mid-level course. Learn the technical skills required to be an advanced baker, pastry chef or bread baker in a commercial baking environment.
- Bread Baker
- Pastry Chef
- Advanced Baker
- Artisan Baker
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