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Membership of the Institute of TechnicalChefs is not a RIGHT it is a PRIVILEGE.


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Created by a group of commercial chefs. TechnicalChef responds to the growing fickle and often confusing use of the title “chef”.
The title “chef” has lost its professional significance in everyday use, and in the media. TechnicalChef exists to protect the title of trained and professional commercial chefs.
Members of the Australian Institute of Technical Chef’s are licensed to publicly demonstrate they are qualified, experienced and ethical. Membership gives a chef “What deceit, money, or fame cannot buy” Authenticity, Respectability and Creditability. The TechnicalChefs register identifies professionals who have fulfilled the qualification, experience, fitness, and admission requirements of A.I.T.C and considered to have the qualities of a legitimate commercial chef.
The register shows the public there is a fundamental difference between a chef and a TechnicalChef.
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Applicants apply online to the Australian Institute of Technical Chefs, and must provide evidence of commercial cookery qualifications, industrial experience, a commitment to uphold Codes of Practice and pursue continuous self- development activities.
Approved members appear on the official National Registry of Australian TechnicalChefs and on the searchable association website by name, date, and registration number.
TechnicalChef members are licensed to use the TechnicalChef logo for personal, career and business in accordance with guidelines.
More detailed information of the guidelines are described on this website.
Fundamentally, TechnicalChef is a logo you can trust. If found in breach of the conditions required to display the logo, members may be expelled.
Frequently Asked Questions provide many common answers, Including: policies and conditions.
A long-term goal of the Institute is to investigate legal avenues of protecting a title in Australian law as a “Protected Name given to a professional commercial chef”. This process will take some time (Years) and is not to be taken for granted.
Meanwhile it will be a professional chefs association in every sense of the word.
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Professional chefs need to join this initiative to show they are a part of the solution, and not a part of the growing problem.

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