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Chloe Everett hasn’t looked
back since a move behind
the coffee machine about a
She has completed cours-
es at the Australian Barista
Academy in Melbourne and
is quickly becoming one of
the best baristas in the re-
Chloe took time out from
the busy Christmas season
to speak to the Sentinel-
Times about her café job.
How did you become a
I worked at Mannagum
restaurant in Inverloch for
two years waitressing and
at the bar.
I got a job at Coffee Collec-
tive and started to learn cof-
fee in the first two months
of working there.
I went to the Australian
Barista Academy and com-
pleted a number of one-day
courses, starting with basic
courses where I learned
where coffee comes from.
I’ve also completed cours-
es including filter coffee,
cupping coffee and latte art.
There’s a bit of book
work and then there’s prac-
tical work at the academy.
It’s really hands-on at
Coffee Collective so the
more you do it, the better
a barista at Coffee
Collective given you a
passion for coffee?
Absolutely, I’ve always
loved coffee but now I love
it more. When I was leav-
ing school my ideal career
was in the Police Force. I
definitely still want to do it
one day, but in the mean-
time I want life experience.
It’s a great workplace,
good bosses and great
hours – I work Monday to
Owner James and I are
pretty competitive so we’re
always trying to make the
I’ve completed all the
courses in coffee; it’s just
about perfecting it now.
What advice would you
have for somebody think-
ing about working as a
A lot of practice and pa-
It would help to get a
job in hospitality because
you’re dealing with people
all the time.
You’ve got to have the
temperament to deal with
people because it’s not al-
ways easy and it’s not for
skills and working as a
team are vital.
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Inverloch’s Chloe Everett is enjoying life as a barista at trendy Wonthaggi café
Coffee Collective. rg060116
How to be a barista
FROM January 1, people who
have benefited from Australian
student loans and now live over-
seas will pay for them the same
way as they would if they lived in
Minister for Education and
Training Senator Simon Birming-
ham said it was estimated that up
to $30 million was lost annually
due to graduates moving overseas
and from January 1, graduates
would be required to notify the
Australian Taxation Office to ar-
Minister Birmingham said re -
couping debts under the Higher
Education Loan Program (HELP)
or Trade Support Loan (TSL)
scheme would “ensure Australia’s
income - contingent
student loans scheme was fairer
and more sustainable into the fu-
“The Turnbull Government is
committed to ensuring the future
sustainability of Australia’s stu-
dent loans scheme and to ensuring
it is fair for all Australians, ” Sen
“Until now, people who took out
a loan under the HELP or TSL
scheme and moved overseas were
under no obligation to repay their
debt as long as they remained off-
“From 2016-17 , anyone who has
a HELP or TSL debt who earns
above the minimum repayment
threshold (currently $54,126) will
be required to make repayments
regardless of where they live.
“As well as making the scheme
fairer and more equitable, the Gov-
ernment’s changes will improve
the sustainability of the scheme
with taxpayers to benefit by $150
million over the next decade. ”
Minister Birmingham said it is
estimated that up to $800 million
was lost due to non-repayment of
debts from students living over-
seas since the start of the student
loan scheme in 1989.
All Australians with current and
new HELP and TSL debt who move
overseas for six months or more
are required to notify the ATO via
the myGov website to facilitate re -
For more information about
HELP, go to www.studyassist.gov.
Overseas students to
pay off HELP debt
A $20 MILLION fund has been
set up to help communities and
businesses develop projects that
create jobs in the energy industry.
The New Energy Jobs Fund will
support growth in the uptake of
renewable energy generation, re-
duce greenhouse gas emissions,
drive innovation in new energy
technologies, and assist commu-
nity groups to develop renewable
Grants of between $50,000 and
$1 million, and under exceptional
circumstances, up to $2 million
are available to support new en-
ergy technology projects.
Minister for Industry Lily
D’Ambrosio announced that up
to $5 million will be made avail-
able in the first funding round.
Communities, industry and busi-
nesses will have until March 16 to
She said advances in technology
have triggered a wave of ‘smart’
energy technologies such as in-
home displays, smart meters,
energy storage, electric vehicles,
and decreasing the cost of distrib-
“The New Energy Jobs Fund will
help grow clean energy jobs and
business opportunities in Victo-
ria,” Minister D’Ambrosio said.
“Renewable energy is vital to
Victoria’s energy future – making
energy supplies cleaner, attracting
investment and creating jobs.
“We can build a strong, sustain-
able energy industry that powers
our broader economy, creates
well-paid jobs and delivers health
and social benefits, while reduc-
ing our environmental impact.
“We are focused on opportuni-
ties to develop technology that
uses Victoria’s renewable re-
sources to ensure we are highly
competitive in the low carbon de-
The fund’s guidelines can be
downloaded from www.business.
Grants and support
for energy industry
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