Chef Success Workshop

The Chef Success Workshop is a brand new program launching at the Foodservice Australia show in February 2022.

It will be a half-day program run by chefs, for chefs. This is the opportunity for young chefs to connect with like-minded chefs and learn from industry leaders. 

The Chef Success Workshop will be hosted by Glenn Flood. 

When: Sunday 27 February 2022, 10am-2pm

Where: MCEC, as part of the Foodservice Australia tradeshow

Cost: $95 for all sessions, including lunch.
Tickets include free entry into the tradeshow.


Register now


Speakers

Kyle Doody

Mr Miyagi

Nabila Kadri

Kisume - Lucas Group

Raymond Capaldi

Raymond Capaldi Consultancy

Ian Curley

French Saloon & Kirk's Winebar

Shannon Martinez

Smith & Daughters

Alejandro Saravia

Farmer's Daughters

Michael Bascetta

Worksmith, Bar Liberty, Capitano

Sophie Storen

Cookes Foods

Jodi Crocker

Social Set Media

Rob Weston

Worksmith

Julian Hills

Restaurant Navi

Mirco Speri

Buono Parkdale

Glenn Flood

Consultant & Culinary Curator

Jeffry Kam

Fair Work Ombudsman

The Program

10am

WHAT'S ON THE MENU

Glenn Flood

10.05am

ME, MYSELF AND I

The subtle art of personal marketing

  • Modern chefs successfully building and managing their own social media brands
  • What do social media platforms do for you
  • When too much is not good enough
  • Curating your feeds to reflect the best of you and your workplace

Jodi Crocker - Social Set Media

Sophie Storen - Cookes Food

Ray Capaldi - Wonderpies/Baketico

10.30am

FAIR GAME: HOW FAIR WORK HAS CHANGED

  • What you need to know about how Fair Work has changed
  • Understanding your rights

Jeffry Kam - Fair Work Australia

10.55am

WHAT MAKES A GOOD CHEF A GREAT CHEF

  • Having the courage of your convictions
  • Elevating core skills to create success “levelling up”
  • Building a team around your fundamental values
  • How to be an all-rounder

Ray Capaldi - Raymond Capaldi Consultancy

Julian Hills - Restaurant Navi

Kyle Doody - Mr Miyagi/Chef's Hat

11.40am

BACK TO BASICS AND BEYOND

  • Back to basics without being boring
  • The return of traditional cuisine with a contemporary twist
  • Is polished smart casual the bright new future for dining?
  • Provenance of ingredients and its impact for you and the customer

Sophie Storen - Cookes Food

Nabila Kadri - Kisume, Lucas Group

Mirco Speri - Buono Parkdale

12.20pm

THE BUSINESS OF FOOD

  • What skills are business owners looking for?
  • Financial literacy and how to get it

Ian Curley - French Saloon & Kirk's Winebar

Rob Weston - Worksmith

12.55pm

HEALTH & WELLBEING: WALK THE TALK

  • looking after yourself and your team
  • maintaining inspiration and motivation

Michael Bascetta - Worksmith/Capitano/Bar Liberty/Falco Bakery

Shannon Martinez - Smith & Daughters

Alejandro Saravia - Farmer's Daughters

1.25pm

WHAT NEXT?

Glenn Flood

1.30pm

EAT & GREET

Lunch served in Bocuse D’Or competition area to witness judging

2pm

TRADESHOW VISIT

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