Minor Foods Co Ltd is committed to raising the levels of vocational education in Thailand to be a ‘chef’ with Australian standards by the introduction of The Coffee Club Chef Academy. After serving delicious food with ‘comfort gourmet style’ for over 30 years with over 400 branches in 9 countries. The Coffee Club continues to create opportunities for Thai students by collaborating with the Office of Vocational Education Commission and the Office of Commerce and Investment, Australia. To launch
The Coffee Club, the
The Coffee Club Chef Academy is an open door for vocational students to enrol in the programme and pass the selection to receive training in accordance with Australian standards. In the first year, students will be in college before coming to learn in the establishment. In the second year, immediately after graduating, students will receive their two qualifications. They will all have to undergo intensive Australian chef evaluations in the form of ASEAN standard assessments that guarantee their skills and abilities to step into the world of real work like a professional in a global
kitchen. The Coffee Club’ originated from Brisbane in Australia and has now spread to various cities across
It has become one of the restaurant success stories in Thailand over the last six years. Minor, being a responsible employer, is introducing the project to ensure that the country has a constant supply of quality culinary artisans to fuel the company and the country’s most precious asset – hospitality. For those who are interested in The Coffee Club Chef Academy, you can follow the details of the project via the announcement from the college, or the Minor Food Facebook page to track the progress of the project.