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The Certificate IV in Hospitality (SIT40416) is perfect for students working in supervisory roles at contemporary hospitality venues. You’ll gain core skills in customer service, venue hygiene, and team leadership while honing industry specific knowledge in your own interest area: food and beverage, gaming, events, service excellence, or housekeeping. Enquire now for a course outline and elective choices.
The Diploma of Hospitality is a pathway to work in any sector of the hospitality industry as a departmental manager and supervisor or even for small business owners of restaurants, hotels and tourist outlets.
Students will gain essential management skills in leadership, time management, rostering, business writing and communication. Upon graduation, students will be able to confidently navigate a hospitality environment, manage customer service and implement high standards of food and beverage service.
Gain hospitality leadership and F&B operational skills with the SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management (Food and Beverage). This nationally recognised diploma is great for duty managers, Food and Beverage Managers, or even restaurant and cafe owners. During your studies you will learn how to roster and lead a team of staff, ensure business compliance, manage customer service, and oversee food and beverage operations. You’ll also gain hands-on technical skills in F&B service (depending on available electives and career interests). Enquire now for the list of study units, your eligibility for subsidised training, and upcoming course dates.
Looking for a management role in restaurants, bars, clubs, or hotels? The SIT60316 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management (Food and Beverage) delivers a good mix of leadership, administration, and F&B operational skills. During your studies you will learn how to manage staff, departmental budgets, customer service, and business compliance. You’ll also gain hands-on skills for when you’re out on the floor: food and beverage matching, providing advice on Australian and imported wines, serving espresso coffee, monitoring cellar operations, serving cocktails and mixed drinks, table service. Enquire now for the list of entry requirements, elective choices (and availability), and upcoming enrolment dates.
Get the skills you need to manage a restaurant, kitchen or bistro with the SIT60316 Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management (Commercial Cookery). This nationally recognised qualification will teach you a mix of leadership, business administration, and food preparation/cooking skills. During your studies you will learn how to manage staff, budgets and finance, stock, customer service and compliance. You’ll also learn the fundamentals of commercial cooking so you can oversee the kitchen, or even step-in at times to cook and prepare meals. Enquire now for the full list of study units, career competencies, and upcoming enrolment dates.
The Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management (SIT60316) is for senior venue and departmental managers who need high-end business, HR, and service skills. In this nationally recognised qualification you’ll develop a business and customer service plan for your venue, while honing your skills in recruitment, leadership, and marketing.
Enquire now for a list of course units and your eligibility for concessions and payment plans.
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