Meaning, the New Zealand government actively encourages chefs from other countries to come on-board and live here.There are several reasons why! For instance, there are fewer people in NZ completing chef training. And those who are cooking graduates, many of them don’t remain a chef forever.
So, if you’re into cooking and have long wished to move to a beautiful country where there are seamless career opportunities–this is perhaps a great opportunity for you. Both in the cookery and hospitality industries, the need for people with adequate cooking skills is high.
But then that said, even when the demand for chefs is higher and foreigners are more likely to get their NZ work or residence visa, things are far from easier. There are several challenges and caveats on the way that you must address and bypass. For one, you need to have a Level 4 qualification and minimum 5-year experience in banqueting or commercial catering.
Many aspirants might not have the formal qualification to meet these stringent requirements that prioritize good skills atop. Opting for formal (and local) training to acquire enough knowledge, skills, and experience is usually considered a smart choice. This is truer for the students who have a clean career canvas. The institutes like Professional Business and Restaurant School have been meeting this market gap for years now, delivering intensive training on the back of a smart curriculum that prepares the chefs of tomorrow.
About Professional Business and Restaurant School (PBRS), it is one of the leading names in the market that has been awarded the New Zealand Culinary Fare Training Excellence Award for three consecutive years. With two campuses in Auckland, it has several other accolades under its belt. In addition to quality training, PBRS also offers employment support.
After completing one such course and gaining the required level of qualification, the applicants can then apply for NZ work visa easily. They can explore through many employment opportunities in the hospitality sector in the country and pick a high-paying job as a chef or other similar role.
As one of the leading immigration providers, Immigration Advisers New Zealand Ltd. is committed to helping aspirants move in NZ and enjoy desired opportunities with the least stress and hassle around visa application. Our licensed experts work along with you, offering end-to-end assistance.
We are bringing this webinar in association with Professional Business and Restaurant School (PBRS). It would be hosted by Vandana Rai, Senior Licensed Immigration Adviser. The guest speakers include Jayaraj Arul Samji, Marketing Manager, AND Simonne Ferro, Marketing Assistant.
Our host and guest speakers will cover a range of relevant topics, including:
The webinar will be hosted on 24th June, 2020 (Wednesday). It will start at 5:00 pm New Zealand local time. The live session will pack a lot of values for you, answering several of the common questions you might have; our speakers will also touch many in-depth topics. So, if the idea of living in New Zealand and working as a chef in a good-paying job fascinates you, this is a webinar you can’t miss. It would have all the information you would need to know about this course and how would it benefit you. Book your seat here: https://bit.ly/3d8lyEk
Title: Need for Chefs in New Zealand
Education Provider: Professional Business and Restaurant School
Date: 24 June 2020 (Wednesday)
Time: 5:00 pm New Zealand Local Time
Host: Vandana Rai, Senior Licensed Immigration Adviser
Guest Speakers: Jayaraj Arul Samji (Marketing Manager), Simonne Ferro (Marketing Assistant)