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2016 Handbook

Entering culinary competitions, receiving culinary awards or medals, obtaining great restaurant reviews or having a job title as a chef, or executive chef, does not necessarily demonstrate one is a professionally trained and experienced commercial chef who practices at the top level in the industry.

Chefs who are licensed with the Australian Institute of TechnicalChefs (AITC) are able to show they are a  superior class of chef.

An AITC  license demonstrates an assessment of superior skills, attitude knowledge and experience combined with a professional character.

The prestigious title is not gained from one occasion, but is confirmed with documentation, and can only be acquired  over time; therefore reliable.

View the current handbook:  Chefs inducted into the Australian Institute of TechnicalChefs in 2016.


Printed and distributed May 2017.

View the Register for subsequent inductions.

You can contact us in the following ways: "Contact AITC Administration Direct ",or email council direct as listed below.

Contact AITC Administration Direct
- For governance or sponsorship.  
           *General manager - Queensland . Councilor - For Queensland Enquiries.
*Vice President
- For New South Wales Enquiries.  
      *General manager Branding - For Social media discussions.
- For meeting dates and broadcasts.
*Registrar - For application process.
- For account and Northern territory Enquiries
 *General manager Marketing - For press inquiries
General manager Marketing - For press inquiries
 General manager Liaison - For chef queries
General manager - Communications - Web  inquiries.

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