Discuss is there anyone can show me example of employer reference letter for Chef for TRA? posted within the Australian Visas and Immigration Advice forum at Getting Down Under
29th June 2005, 06:40 AM #1
is there anyone can show me example of employer reference letter for Chef for TRA?
Hi, i will submit documents to TRA soon and i have to
"Attach Statements from employers verifying employment claims and
detailing tasks undertaken, items made and the types (not brand names)
of mahines, equipment and tools used."
is it employee reference letter? how it should be anyway? i worked as
Chef so is there any Chef got this kind of document, could then please
send me as an example? it would be great. thank you very much.
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29th June 2005, 11:34 PM #2
Re: is there anyone can show me example of employer reference letter for Chef for TRA?
> We had 2 kinds of ref letter - from my hubby's current employer, the
> owner of the restaurant wrote a huge reference that was almost like an
> interview, going through what my hubby's duties were, what he cooked,
> what equipment he used, how he designed the kitchen and trained his
> staff.... right through to how my hubby increased the profitability of
> the restaurant. The employer directly previous to his current one
> wrote a reference saying what foods he cooked and equipment he used,
> in a lot of detail, as well as details of training on the job. Both
> employers went into detail about health & safety. In order to cover
> the full 19 yrs of my hubby's career as a chef/head chef, we got
> letters from all previous companies/restaurants confirming the dates &
> position held when he worked there and backed all these letters up
> with statutory declarations stating what his duties were, etc. In
> addition to that, my hubby wrote a 9 page career document which
> described everything from the day he stated his YTS in catering 19 yrs
> ago to present day. We also sent transcripts from his catering college
> of the courses he took (ie. what was included in them) and certified
> copies of all his exam certs including his YTS booklet.
> A point to note.... we had been told by lots of people that chef is
> one of the most difficult trades to prove so to apply as Cook would be
> better as then TRA would grade you up to the level they thought you
> were...... that is what happened. My hubby has been a head chef for
> almost 8 yrs, but applied to TRA as Cook... they upgraded him to Chef
> NOT Head Chef. Happily, he passed the 2nd time around (25/06/05). He
> failed the first time around as they said we had proved Supervisory
> Chef but not Cook - at the end of the day TRA are just concerned that
> they can see that you are a qualified Cook (in their eyes) & will
> upgrade you to Chef if they see fit. To be honest, it doesn't matter
> if you get graded as Cook not Chef as both are MODL.
> Hope this helps,
thank you Claire,i know the letter should be clear and somehow huge. if
you please could you send yours as an example? please take your name,
place or anything private off as you like. i just want to know the task,
tool etc details. thank you.
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