RGIT Diploma of leadership and management students participated in their Final Assessment Part C - Role Play for the Core Unit BSBMGT517, at Victoria House on Monday, 6 November 2017. Each student chose a topic from their business scenario ‘New Regional Victoria Call Centre’ BizOps Operational Plan they completed in Part B - Consultation process, Resource requirements, Risk management, Recruitment strategy or Monitoring processes.
RGIT Stage 4, Certificate IV Patisserie students and their trainer, Chris, visited some of Melbourne’s finest patisseries as part of an excursion to Produce Chocolate, a course unit, on Wednesday, 8 November 2017. Students had the opportunity to explore different types, styles and designs of cakes at patisseries such as Le Petit Gateau, Haighs, Lindt, Koko Black. Students enjoyed the excursion learning how to make quality chocolates and gateaux, and have been inspired to bring to the table their own creations in the coming days.
Business Management students were treated to a seminar presented by Anish and Eve in Room 503, Main Campus yesterday, 13 November. Students posed relevant questions, gave comments and contributed to discussion. They were very pleased to have participated and debriefed with what they had learned and how they are going to use this learning. The seminar focused on HR - RSI processes relevant to the Business Unit BSBHRM506 - Manage recruitment, selection and induction processes.
RGIT Stage 4, Certificate IV Patisserie students and their Trainer, Debra, visited 15 patisseries, chocolate and cake shops in Melbourne’s CBD and Melbourne's south as part of an excursion for their unit “Produced yeast based products” on Friday, 10 November 2017. Students had a great time discussing what each shop offered, the visual appearance of the pastries and the shops themselves, and of course a little taste here and there of Melbourne's finest pastries.
RGIT Hobart campus' Commercial Cookery students showcased their talent at ‘Indian Themed Cultural Lunch – Celebrating Beauty of Diversity’, a cultural lunch organised by RGIT Hobart on Wednesday, 8 November 2017. RGIT Hobart campus organised the event, reaffirming its strong belief in sharing and respecting diversity in the community. The event saw in attendance Hobart City Council Community Participation Coordinator, Sophie Calic, Multicultural Council of Tasmania (MCOT) CEO, Anna Reynolds, and MCOT Project Officer, Rajat Chopra.
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Student Administration Officer, Denison Dias, walks the corridors and offices of RGIT’s main campus building every weekday. Although seemingly knowing these walls like the back of his hand, for the young history buff, Denison knew that the building had its own stories to tell before its housing of the quality training institute it does today. The walls and decorations, for one, intrigued Denison, and encouraged the young historian to find out more. Denison has contributed the following article:
Hobart campus' Certificate III in Commercial Cookery students had a shift from the classroom, when they successfully completed their practical interview at the Ball and Chain Grill in Hobart last week. The best way to gain first-hand experience is by doing, and doing it at one of Hobart’s best restaurants is simply icing on the cake.