Increase your knowledge and confidence in preparing healthy food on a budget.
Course Type: Short courses
Improve your English language skills in the kitchen!
Djerriwarrh will be offering a range of pre-accredited short courses in Term 4 2017. Click here for more information on our upcoming short courses.
Continue to develop your English skills and build a range of life skills including working as part of a team, managing your time, keeping to a budget, making appointments and building self confidence.
Continue to practice and improve your English reading, writing, speaking and listening skills whilst learning about a range of community services such as schools, hospitals, child care, aged care and volunteering.
Improve your English reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in a relaxed and supportive environment.
Take the next step in your Information Technology journey!
Learn to use computers while developing your English language skills in a relaxed and supportive environment.
Exciting opportunity to progress into accredited Barista and Food Handling training at a significantly discounted cost!
This course is designed to prepare students for modern entry-level administrative positions, or to upgrade the skills of individuals who are already employed in an administrative capacity.
English for Everyone will help you to improve your listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in a relaxed and friendly environment.
Gain the skills and knowledge required to extract and serve espresso coffee, correctly store coffee beans and clean and maintain an espresso machine in a professional and hygienic manner.
Learn the benefits of responsible service; facts about alcohol; how to identify intoxication; serving strategies; how to refuse service; laws concerning underage drinking; packaged liquor laws and function practices.
*Taking expressions of interest for 2017*
This course is for people handling food in a café, restaurant, school canteen, hotel, supermarkets, fast food outlet, sandwich shop, catering operations or other food retail outlets, under supervision. Food handling is also known as food safety training or food hygiene training.
Whether you are advancing your skills or looking for something new, work your way into the world of computers.