Anelia Blackie (Limestone Coast Region) and Kuol and Mel Baak Stories
In the 1970s, Anelia’s father could see the writing on the wall. He knew that the escalating violence in South Africa would have implications for his family. However, the children weren’t interested as they were about to spread their wings and leave the family nest.
It was only after Anelia’s father passed away that they realised his prediction was coming true.
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Student Visas are temporary visas designed to allow overseas students to study in Australia for a specified period of time.
The Student Visa class that is appropriate for intending students depends on the nature of the study program that an overseas student proposes to undertake.
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South Australia has the lowest living costs and the most affordable housing of any mainland Australian state. Average Weekly Earnings for adults in May 2013 stood at approximately $1285 while the median price of housing in Adelaide is around $395,000, well below the median price of housing in other mainland states and the average of $490,000 for all capital cities. Rental accommodation is also significantly less expensive.
South Australia also offers a culturally diverse and comfortable lifestyle in a safe and healthy environment. Access to excellent health care facilities and to renowned education and research institutions complete what is best described as an excellent place to live and work.
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Advanced Diploma of Hospitality
Is cooking your passion? Do you dream of becoming a Chef? Then a career in gastronomy could be just what you are looking for. Whether you would like to work in professional kitchens, or open your own bakery, there are a range of courses available to train you in these professions.
In Australia, there are several educational institutions that offer cooking courses to prepare you for a professional career in food. One of these courses is taught by Tafe South Australia and Le Cordon Bleu Australia.
The Le Cordon Bleu Grand Diplôme is the world’s most recognised culinary education program. Available to Australian students via partner institutions, this course demonstrates the traditional French techniques employed in classic Cuisine and Pâtisserie.
Students may choose to focus on Cuisine or Pâtisserie, where they will be schooled in the traditional and contemporary techniques used in professional kitchens, taught by highly experienced chefs, using the latest industry equipment.
A distinguishing feature of the course is that students will also use these skills in real kitchens via the industry placement part of the program, to ensure every student has had the opportunity to apply their skills in the real world.
The Grand Diplôme also offers students the opportunity to further these essential skills with training in business subjects that will prepare them with the knowledge to potentially run their own business, as well as advanced methods of food presentation, packaging and decoration.
On completion, students will receive a qualification that is recognised around the world, an international passport to the hospitality industry.
For more information about this course visit the course website: here