Total Catering Solutions (TCS) is the name of our catering division, which produces more than 2,500 meals daily for our care centres.
As in all Amana Living services, quality and safety are paramount. TCS provides you with a solid assurance that products are of the highest quality, using local suppliers and fresh ingredients.
TCS staff bring together a wide range of catering qualifications and a wealth of experience from around the world, including top class restaurants and hotels.
A full-time, on-site quality assurance team monitors production processes and techniques. Regular accreditation and audits are conducted by SGS Australia, giving TCS its third party HACCP accreditation.
As well as Amana Living catering, TCS produces 12,000 meals weekly for a major airline, six tons per week of products for a variety of restaurants and hospitality companies, and various cook–chill, cook–freeze and extended-life products.
TCS can also produce specific products based on the client’s own recipes or develop new products from scratch.
TCS Easy Meals are tasty, nutritious meals delivered to your door each week. Your meals arrive frozen in oven-proof containers, ready to reheat; and delivery is free (minimum order 10 meals).
TCS offers Easy Meals to existing Amana Living residents and clients in the Perth metro area at a discounted rate. For more information on Easy Meals, call 1300 45 45 61 or visit their website www.totalcateringsolutions.com.au
Brett Carroll, Grad Cert Bus (Mgt)
General Manager Total Catering Solutions
Brett joined TCS in 1998, and has held various positions there, including Production Manager, Operations Manager and now General Manager.
Following numerous management training courses at the Australian Institute of Management, Brett recently joined the MBA program at ECU and has just completed the Graduate Certificate in Business Management.
Brett is also a qualified chef, and has held various Executive Chef appointments in several establishments throughout Australia, from large-scale commercial catering to five-star hotels. Until recently, he was Deputy Chairman of Hospitality Group Training and chaired the finance subcommittee for many years.