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ECU’s Degrees Brewery Restaurant training future hospitality professionals

Thursday, 19 August 2010

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Edith Cowan University (ECU) Faculty of Business and Law’s Degrees Restaurant is now open for business.

A unique learning facility run by a fully qualified chef and restaurant manager, Degrees Restaurant gives ECU Bachelor of Hospitality Management students the chance to hone their skills in a real-to-life restaurant environment.

Located on the Joondalup Campus with recently upgraded facilities, Degrees serves restaurant-style meals at cafe prices, in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, while providing ECU students with the perfect learning environment.

Head Chef and Restaurant Manager, Chad Tilbury, believes the restaurant provides students with a unique opportunity to gain vital industry experience, which is essential in the hospitality industry.

“Being a live training environment, Degrees offers students the opportunity to put both their theoretical and practical knowledge and skills to the test in this working restaurant.”

“This in turn provides students with invaluable work experience whilst fulfilling curriculum requirements,” said Mr Tilbury.

Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism Management student, Michaela Schuetz says the restaurant helped her gain an insight into the hospitality industry.

“The Degrees restaurant is a good facility for hospitality students as well as any kind of guest. The menu caters for different tastes and offers the students the chance to get real world experience during their studies,” said Ms Schuetz

Degrees Brewery Restaurant is located in Building 9, room 207 on ECU’sJoondalup Campus.

For more information, or to book a table, email Chad Tilbury at c.tilbury@ecu.edu.au.

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