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  • Tuition Fee $6060
  • Resources Fee$400
  • Application Fee $
  • Duration 26 weeks
  • Study Mode On-Campus, Classroom
  • Total$6460.00
  • First Instalment$

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Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery is designed for students who are aiming for adding advanced level skills and work as a Senior Chef.  The cert 4 commercial cookery is aimed towards expanding cookery skills and proficiency in preparing a range of cuisines and dishes. Students who are looking to pursue this course need to complete certificate iii in commercial cookery. Students who are interested in further studies can also pursue this course as a platform towards expanding their knowledge. The massive growth in the hospitality industry will create humongous job opportunities for students who are trained by experts. Kingston International College will create pathways for students who look for a sustainable career in the hospitality industry.

About The College

Kingston International College was established in the year 2003 with a vision to deliver premium vocational education and training to students in Australia. With numerous courses under its belt, the institution provides the right mix of academics and soft skills training to students. Since the commencement of the operations, the educational establishment has focused on providing vocational courses that are parallel to current industry standards. For delivering students with the right set of training and knowledge, keeping academics is paramount, all the vocational education is provided by experienced faculties and trainers. For providing best in class education that makes students job-ready after successful completion of their course, the institution utilises a dynamic and industry-oriented curriculum for progressive learning of the student. The breathtaking and flourishing campus is accessible by public transport that serves as an extra advantage for students who seek quality education without any travel hassles in Australia.