TEQSA considering cuisine courses

The Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency is having a  look at some courses from by Le Cordon Bleu Australia, “an international network of culinary arts and hospitality institutes,” which teaches in capitals across the country. In April 2016 TEQSA directed LCBA not to enrol students in its bachelor of business in culinary arts management and advanced diploma of business in the same field, until a range of conditions are met. CMM asked TEQSA if there was progress in meeting its requirements and was told, the conditions placed on the two courses “are being considered as part of the assessment of a number of applications from Le Cordon Bleu Australia, including applications for renewal of registration and for renewal of accreditation of other courses of study. As this assessment is still ongoing, we are unable to provide further comment.”


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