Which is best for your health?

Training to be a chef in Queensland’s Gold Coast is a way of life, but it’s not for everyone.

Key points: The training involves working with animals and developing skills in food preparation and cooking Source: Queensland Government training scheme Launceston and Darwin are the only other state’s regional training centres with the same title Source: ABC News Breakfast program This year’s theme is “Know Your Food”.

“I’m not just an animal lover.

I love food.

I’m a chef, so when I hear that there are so many great restaurants around the world that are starting to open, I feel like that’s what I should be working towards,” said Tanya O’Reilly, who trains as a chef.

“If you don’t know your food, how do you know what to do with it?”‘

It’s a very important skill’ Tanya says she started cooking professionally with her husband, Dave, in the early 2000s, but found it hard to find good work as a full-time chef.

But when she was hired by a regional training centre in Queensland, she started working as a cook.

She said it was the first time she had been offered a job where she was paid more than her previous part-time work.

“I had a great first week with them, I got to do a bit of training with a few of the staff, then I started to feel like it was a real opportunity for me,” she said.

Tanya said she had a “very positive experience” with the training and had been working in the field since 2008.

“It’s very important to me, I can’t wait to start working at the top restaurants in the world,” she told ABC Radio Darwin.

“The biggest challenge for me has been making sure that I’m getting the most out of my skills.”

‘I’ve had no experience of any kind’ ‘I really enjoy cooking’ Tiana said she liked working in a more “professional” way.

“That’s the most important thing to me is having the most experience of my career.”

I’ve got no experience in any of the traditional restaurants, so that’s really helped me develop as a professional chef,” she added.

The Gold Coast Regional Training Centre, which is based in Launcestons north-west suburb of Oakleigh, has the title “Know your food” and the Queensland Government’s training scheme, which gives trainees training in “food preparation, cooking and catering”.

We can help you, you just need to work with animals, you’re just a chef’.” “I thought, ‘This is amazing, I don’t think I’ve ever worked with animals before, it looks amazing’.” Tanya and her husband Dave are both chefs and Tanya’s background is in catering. “

But I was told, ‘No, it’s OK, you don.

We can help you, you just need to work with animals, you’re just a chef’.” “I thought, ‘This is amazing, I don’t think I’ve ever worked with animals before, it looks amazing’.” Tanya and her husband Dave are both chefs and Tanya’s background is in catering.

“There are some very professional restaurants and some very small ones that are looking for people to train with, so it’s nice to be able to do that in a really good setting,” she explained.

The training scheme has now been extended to two regional centres in Darwin and Launcestonia, but Tanya has not been able to find work in either state.

“For me to be working in Queensland now, it feels a bit like an afterthought, but I love my job and I love working here, I really enjoy it,” she says.

“Being able to work in a state that’s so small and so close to home, it was just really exciting to be part of it.”

“I really enjoyed the experience and it was very rewarding, but the biggest thing is to get to work and actually work with the animals, which was the most difficult part for me.”

Training with animals has its drawbacks Tanya admits she would love to have had more experience in her field.

“As a chef I love animals, but at the same time I feel a little bit of pressure and it’s been really difficult to find opportunities that are really open to me,” said the 28-year-old.

“At the moment I have absolutely no experience working with anything else.

I’ve never had a real career and I just want to try and help other people and I really enjoyed it.”

Training was the last thing on Tanyas mind when she applied for this year’s scheme.

She was just too busy trying to make ends meet as a part-timer at the time, and said she felt like she was missing out.

“This year, we were really lucky, we’ve got this fantastic opportunity to work at the very top, so I just couldn’t wait,” she joked.

The regional training programme is the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Water Resources’ (DAWR) first regional training scheme and has been in place since 2011.

The scheme is a one-month apprenticeship and includes courses at four