Working in the Food or Hospitality Industry
Lots of Opportunity
you grow it, process,
prepare and/or serve it
start as a junior, learn with the pros,
move up as you grow
customer service, communication skills,
person and cultural respect
fun and serious,
build up your resume
choose it as a primary or secondary job,
full time, part time or casual
Do what you Enjoy
get discount on foods,
build relationships with others
What does it take to become a chef?
Becoming a chef takes time, experience, and enthusiasm.
Some jobs require formal training, most require practical experience and all will expect you to have, or be willing to develop the knowledge, skills, and attitude (KSA’s) needs to be successful.
Depending on your career ambitions and the time or funds you have available, you can develop your career watching videos, experimenting at home or in someone else’s kitchen, taking short or longer courses. Finding a mentor or someone to apprentice with is a good way to develop your skills and confidence.
Follow Jojo as he pursues his aspiration to be a Michelin chef, cookbook author, and champion for ‘food for all’.