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All posts by Redmako Team

05

Dec'17

Rebecca Osbaldiston Applies Her Passion with Redmako Learning 

    Following your passion is one of the most rewarding aspirations anyone can have. For Rebecca Osbaldiston, it’s been a dream come true. Currently working toward her Certification III in Hospitality, she understands the value of creating a plan, setting goals and making things happen.  “I’ve learned so much in this training about health and …

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29

Nov'17

Does eLearning Sell Australian Students Short – Or Do Its Critics?

  If nothing else, the concept of eLearning has captured enough media attention to warrant a thorough questioning. In a society that demands higher productivity while reducing the time that everyone has to better himself, eLearning seems to be the perfect match of convenience and efficiency that the education industry is looking for. In Australia, …

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28

Aug'17

Harnessing Virtual Reality to Enhance STEM Education

Dr. Alan Finkel, Australia’s Chief Scientist, notes that by studying Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), Australians can open diverse career paths that offer numerous job options. The key, he adds, is that at all educational levels, students must be prepared for those roles. In spite of similar data being true for the United States …

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24

Aug'17

Trends Affecting Services Industry Employment Growth 

With advances in technology changing the nature of work and the skills required to support the Australian economy, it’s important to stay one step ahead and ensure that our education and training systems are growing with our students. Innovation is a fundamental element in securing future success for the service industries, and because of it there are …

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14

Jul'17

Driver Turned Chef is Redmako’s Trainee of the Year

Queensland, 14 July 2017 – Redmako Learning’s Hospitality Trainee of the Year for 2016 has been awarded to a young chef-in-the-making for his high level of self-reliance and development in the commercial kitchen. The award is presented to an individual who has been outstanding in all aspects of their training, and this year it was …

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12

Jul'17

Hospitality Training Venues – Do They Really Matter?  

As the Australian economy grows and diversifies, the outlook for jobs constantly changes. It’s up to us at Redmako Learning to keep our students focused on the skills that will equip them to take up those jobs. It’s our responsibility to guide them in making sound training pathway choices, which means providing them with the best opportunities. With the focus on helping our students develop their employability …

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20

Jun'17

Experts in the Restaurant Industry Share Restaurant Business Plan Strategies and Ideas

It is important for restaurant owners and managers to come up with an efficient and effective restaurant business plan, especially that there are so much competition in the restaurant industry today. Aside from your passion, skills, and resources, you also need to learn from those who have successful experience in the business. Here are ten out …

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26

May'17

Why is Your Job Search Missing the Mark (And How You Can Fix It)?

  Many people are clueless about how to start looking for a job and confused on what their career path is. While this confusion may not always be a major setback, it may give you false perception of where you are relative to your goals. Worse: it may get difficult to look for jobs, companies …

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28

Apr'17

From apprentice to industry leader, Ali Orchard’s journey in hospitality will inspire you

  Expertise and intense passion for the hospitality industry are just some of the driving forces behind Redmako trainer Ali Orchard, who since the age of 21 was already managing several restaurants, cafés and nightclubs in and around Brisbane.   Since entering hospitality at the tender age of 16 and completing her Diploma of Hospitality …

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21

Apr'17

How to Work Effectively with School Leavers

  As a hospitality business owner you’re probably already stretched to breaking point and that pressure will only increase if you’re understaffed or have unqualified crew. It’s a lot to shoulder but you can lighten the load and do something positive for the future of your business if you invest in hiring school leavers. There …

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