ICAE CEO, Sean Mahoney, was in Bacolod City, Philippines last month as part of a Northern Territory delegation which signed a partnership agreement with the Provincial Government.
The new ICAE Kitchen was officially opened on 14 June, 2017. ICAE Cookery students under the supervision of Cookery staff prepared both the menu and the food, as well as serving it. Likewise Hospitality students and staff were responsible for the bar and ensuring that guests were well catered for.
Sean Mahoney, ICAE's CEO, gave a wonderful and rousing speech to those assembled. Unfortunately there's no prize for guessing the purpose of the two wine glasses he held during the speech! The photos below attest to the success of the event and the skill of ICAE's students.
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ICAE Commercial Cookery students prepared hundreds of plates of roast pork at the recent Territory Taste Festival in Darwin under the direction of ICAE Head Cookery Teacher, Kenneth Burton (he's the one in the big white hat!).
Sean Mahoney (CEO of ICAE) was on hand as official taster and gave a big thumbs up to the greatly appreciated efforts of the ICAE students and staff members.
ICAE is pleased to announce the Barista Short Courses for 2017. Please visit this page for more information.
ICAE and the Northern Territory Government are proud to offer StudyNT Scholarships to worthy students to study hospitality at ICAE in Darwin
ICAE is pleased to announce that Study in Australia’s Northern Territory Scholarships are provided by the Northern Territory government and ICAE to talented students from China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Nepal, Philippines, Timor-Leste and Vietnam to study in Australia’s Northern Territory.
Find out more on the StudyNT Scholarship Information page.
Over 250 new international students from schools, vocational education and training, higher education and English language courses were formally welcomed to the Northern Territory by the Chief Minister at Parliament House on 22 February 2017.
The following photos taken at the event show that ICAE students and staff know how to have a good time.
The grounds of ICAE’s new premises at Rapid Creek are a haven for the local wild-life. Pictured are some Bush Stone Curlews, a Sand Monitor (Goanna) and a Frill-necked Lizard, all keen to be part of the activity at ICAE.
ICAE is pleased to announce that government approval has been granted for the delivery of two new certificate courses to international students, Certificate III and Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery, commencing in February 2017. Enrolments for these courses will open on 30 September 2016.
Please find out more about the courses on this page, or email us or view the courses brochure here.