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Develop your knowledge of Australian Indigenous culture with the Certificate I in Tourism (Australian Indigenous Culture) (SIT10116). In this nationally recognised training course you will be learning how to interpret aspects of local Indigenous culture (and heritage sites), then present and share with the general public and visiting tourists. The course also covers workplace essentials: safety, communication, customer service, preparing information.
Enquire now for more information about how to enrol and participate in this course.
PLEASE NOTE: To enrol in this course you must have permission (and access) from local elders and community leaders to share cultural information and heritage sites.
Enrol in a Certificate II in Tourism (SIT20116) to learn the essential knowledge required on a daily basis to work in the tourism and travel industry. This is an entry-level qualification and a pathway to the tourism sector.
Students gain practical skills in customer service, staying safe at work, and communication. Most especially communicating while showing social sensitivity and avoiding cross cultural misunderstandings.
The Certificate II in Tourism (SIT20116) is a nationally recognised training qualification and part of the official Tourism, Travel and Hospitality Training Package.
Begin a career in your favourite outdoor activity with the Certificate III in Outdoor Leadership (SIS30619). This nationally recognised qualification will give you the confidence to co-ordinate a group activity as well as interpret the weather and environmental conditions, operate communications equipment, maintain equipment, manage group safety, and respond to an emergency. Choose career electives in abseiling, bushwalking, climbing, cycle touring, horse riding, 4WD, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, rafting, sailing, snorkeling, surfing, windsurfing, paddle boarding, or caving.
Enquire now to find out the scope of different electives and the opportunities for enrollment.
Become a tour guide with Certificate III in Guiding (SIT30316). This nationally recognised qualification will give you the skills and confidence you need to lead tour groups to Australian destinations. The course takes 1 year and covers: customer service, communication, preparing and delivering group activities and commentary, developing regional knowledge, Australian indigenous culture and heritage, cultural and social sensitivities.
Enquire now for the list of study units, opportunities for student concessions and enrolment dates.
The Certificate III in Tourism provides a pathway to work in many tourism industry sectors or employers including tour operators, booking agents, visitor information centres, attractions, cultural and heritage sites and large theme parks. Students will gain valuable skills in group communication, presentation techniques, proactively selling tourism, hospitality and event products and showing social and cultural sensitivity.
The Certificate III in Travel (SIT30216) is perfect for students wanting a career in retail travel or to work for employers that specialise in corporate tours both in Australia and Internationally.
Students begin their studies gaining knowledge foundational to the tourism and travel sector, then learn the key skills required to sell tourism products and services. This is a practical qualification and students graduate knowing how to provide advice on Australian and International travel destinations; prepare quotes; book airfares and other supplier products; use a computerised reservation system; and process travel documents.
The Certificate III in Travel SIT30216 is a nationally recognised training qualification and part of the official Tourism, Travel and Hospitality Training Package.
Get an operational role in the Australian tourism sector with the SIT40116 Certificate IV in Travel and Tourism. This nationally recognised qualification introduces you the tourism and travel industry and fine-tunes your skills in customer service, communication, conflict resolution, and cultural awareness. You’ll also have the opportunity to specialise in a wide range of employment areas: bookings and travel services, tour guiding, team leadership, business administration, foreign languages, and public relations. Enquire now for the full list of study units, entry requirements, and upcoming enrolment dates.
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