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What's it really like to work as a chef in Australia?

Commercial cookery is painted as a glamorous industry in popular Aussie TV shows such as MasterChef. With successful contestants landing cookbook deals and TV appearances, the life of a chef looks a bit like that of a celebrity.

Australia - the land of opportunity for German student Sonja Buettner

Australia and Germany might be separated by close to 15,000 km, but for Sonja Buettner, they couldn't feel closer together. The Kenvale College graduate has integrated easily in the Australian way of life and has no plans to leave our sunny...

What are the benefits of working overseas as a chef?

  The benefits of working overseas as a chef include: developing advanced, nuanced cooking skills; learning a new language; expanding your professional network for future roles; and the chance to return to your home a stronger, better, higher-paid...

Aiden Hippensteel - Taking on the challenge of both hospitality and event management

  One of the key attributes that modern employers are looking for is skill diversity. This is where an employee is hired for one particular role, but also has tangible skills in another area, making themselves more attractive in the market.

Cupcake queen to catering maestro - meet Sylvia Nguyen

To become a true star in the world of cooking, it's fair to say that you need an X factor. Whether this comes in the form of supreme skills, fast problem-solving ability or a genuine passion for the industry, your customers certainly know when...

Becoming a chef - Passion for this profession

  If you have a talent and passion for cooking and a desire to serve delicious food to customers, then becoming a chef is the career for you.

The benefits of adding a floral arrangement to your home or restaurant

  Flowers aren't just a lovely gesture during the week of Valentines Day. They're bright, blooming plants that can liven up any setting, whether it's a romantic candlelit table or a dining room display.

What are the food trends of winter?

Winter is a time when many seek refuge within their own homes to stay warm and cosy. However, there are events and other special occasions that don't always fall during sunny days, and so, people have to adorn knitted layers to venture out into...

The importance of family meals

Kenvale College interviewed Academic Director, Sandra Clark on the importance of family meals. Sandra is a chef, wife, mother and studied a Masters in Food Studies at the University of Adelaide. She conducted her thesis on the importance of...

Turning houses into loving homes - the professional, theoretical and practical approach

  Rediscover the impact and value of the family home through the Home Management Diploma offered by Kenvale College. Whether you have a family of your own or are a young professional living in shared accommodation, this course focuses on creating...

How to take good photos of food for social media

  There is no doubt that food is an experience. From a young age, we are taught about flavours, textures and colours of food and how certain aesthetics change our perception of food. While in the past, this experience had to occur in person, the...

An interview with Anne Zahra, managing director of Kenvale College, about the new branding

At Kenvale College, we're constantly striving to evolve and move with these ever-changing times. Though we've been at the very frontier of further education for the best part of 45 years, change and evolution are often necessary to ensure that we...

Our industry partners

At Kenvale College, we work with a range of industry partners to find the best possible placement for each student.

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