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BusinessNewsReturn CERT to deal with chef shortage affecting tourismBy Staff Reporter – June 20, 2017 2533 Bord Bia unveils support measures for food, drink and horticulture businesses affected by COVID-19 Advertisement Meals For Millennials | Steak | EPS 005 New click’n’collect online service will bring relief to food producers WhatsApp Previous articleDan Mooney: Me, Myself and ThemNext article#WATCH Say No campaign to combat ‘sextortion’ of children Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Print Email TAGScertchefcookingfeaturedfoodlimerickRAItourism Pigtown Culture & Food Series is back RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR A review of one online jobs portal showed upwards of 50 vacancies in Limerick for chefs of varying experience and qualificationsSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI) has called for emergency measures to be implemented to solve the crisis shortage of chefs all over the country including Limerick and the Mid West Region.The RAI are reiterating the need for the re-establishment of CERT, the former State Tourism Training Agency. Chief Executive of the RAI, Adrian Cummins commented, “Some restaurants are being forced to close on Mondays and Tuesdays due to the shortage of chefs.“Other large industries in Ireland such as agriculture and fishing have dedicated training centres around the country,” he said.Education Minister Richard Bruton is being asked to re-establish CERT with immediate effect.The RAI chief said that the hospitality and tourism industry is one of the most valuable assets in the country and “it is ludicrous that there are no training colleges for our industry in this country.”“The chef shortage in this country is an ongoing problem. The new apprenticeship proposals are a stepping stone in tackling the crisis but the re-establishment of CERT is the only solution,” he said.Nationally, the RAI says that there is an estimated shortage of some 5,000 chefs and the establishment of ten new chef training centres around the country would overcome this crisis.CERT, the State Tourism Training Agency, was established in 1963 and was responsible for providing a trained workforce for the hotel, catering and tourism industry.However, it was abolished in May 2003. Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Linkedin Twitter No vaccines in Limerick yet Facebook
Renting. Istock. Townsville Bulletin Real EstateMEDIAN house and unit values in Townsville have declined in the 12 months to June 2018 however rent prices are remaining steady according to new figures released by CoreLogic.According to CoreLogic’s June 2018 Regional Market Update house values have gone down 1.3 per to $303,000 and unit valued have dropped by 2.6 per cent to $239,00.However both rental yields and rental rates have recorded no change in the 12 months until June 2018.Weekly rental rates for houses are sitting at $310 per week and yields are at 5.3 per cent while weekly rents for units are $275 per week with a yield of 6.3 per cent.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020CoreLogic senior research analyst Cameron Kusher said he wasn’t confident Townsville’s market was in recovery yet but there was some positive signs.“We still have falls over the year to date… but we’re not really seeing the decline in sales activity anymore,” he said.“It’s pretty steady and that’s usually a sign that you’re close to the bottom of the market.“Resources is improving a little bit but I’m not sure how many jobs that is creating in the market but I also know there is some local projects kicking off like the new stadium which might be a driver of demand going forward.“Rental yields are pretty good in Townsville and while they aren’t where they were in the middle of the mining boom, you’re buying properties for a lot lower than you were at the peak and if Townsville does continue to see those falls in vacancy rates than there is a good chance you’ll see some investor interest come back to the market.”A total of 3079 dwelling were sold in the yea up until May 2018 with 83 per cent being houses and the rest units.The average vendor discount for houses is 9.6 per cent while it’s 9.4 per cent for units.