National Secondary School Culinary Challenge
11th & 12th August 2018
Victoria will host the National Final of the Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge, this competition is the culmination of a series of state & territory regional finals, the winning teams from these competitions will go head to head over 60 minutes to prepare a main course for 2 people using chicken
Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge Monday 25th June 2018
This competition is a great opportunity for students with an interest in becoming a chef to gain invaluable contacts within the hospitality industry. It is also a lot of fun, and a great learning experience for staff and students alike. The winning team will be representing SA in the National Final to be held in Victoria 11th & 12th August
The Australian Culinary Federation of SA would like to try to ensure that every talented, passionate, young person who wants to be a chef gets every chance to do just that, regardless who they are and where they live.
Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge Friday 6th July 2018
Winners will be eligible to compete in the International Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge to be held 11 & 12 August in Victoria. (Some fundraising is required by the winning school). Successful teams from both High School and College categories will be recognised, but only one overall winner. The participating Schools of the ACT and regions have performed well in all facets of this competition in recent years and we have no doubt that this will continue.
Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge Friday 22nd June
Winners will be eligible to compete in the National Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge to be held 11th & 12th August in Victoria. Successful teams from both High School and College categories will be recognised, but only one overall winning team.
New South Wales
HTN & ACF inter schools culinary competitions
This culinary competition will provide an opportunity for high school students who are studying hospitality to demonstrate their skill and capability. Competitions also have the capacity to enhance personal development, improve personal standards, support networking growth and comradeship with fellow competitors
Winners will be eligible to compete in the National Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge to be held 11th & 12th August in Victoria.
TAFE NSW, Hamilton
91 Parry St, Newcastle West NSW 2302
Thursday 26th July 2018, 10am – 2pm
TAFE NSW Ryde Campus.
250 Blaxland Rd, Ryde NSW 2112 (entry via Parkes Street)
Date: Wednesday 25th July 2018
Time: 10am – 2pm
Junior Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge Tuesday 3rd July
This competition is designed to establish and develop links between school and industry in an effort to encourage more students to enter the commercial cookery industry. The JSSCC 2018 will incorporate all of STCCTTC schools. The 2018 JSSCC is a competition for year 9 and 10 students studying VET Hospitality in the STCCTTC
Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge Monday 30th July
Each year the Australian Culinary Federation (ACF) conducts a cooking competition for secondary school students in each Australian state. 2018 is the second time it will be held in Tasmania. The aim of this competition is to give students an insight into the hospitality industry and to identify and encourage students who demonstrate a talent and a passion for cooking. This competition also opens the doors for competitors for future training and employment. Venue Drysdale Hobart
Junior Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge Dates TBC
This competition is designed to establish and develop links between school and industry in an effort to encourage more students to enter the commercial cookery industry. The JSSCC 2018 will incorporate Cairns, Gold Coast, Toowoomba, Townsville, Brisbane North and Brisbane South regions. This competition is the property of the Australian Culinary Federation Queensland and the medals and trophies that are attained within this competition are fully industry recognized.
Senior Schools Culinary Challenge Saturday 28th July
The SSCC is a competition for year 11 and 12 students studying Home Economics or Hospitality at high school. It objective is to give culinary students an indication of the pleasures, challenges, excitement and gravity that can accompany a career as a cook or chef. Pairs of students will represent their school and battle it out against some of the most talented young cooks in Queensland. Venue TAFE Queensland, Southbank Campus