28 Nov Diploma in Hospitality
The ability to plan and execute complex tasks under pressure is very important in the hospitality industry. With an option to major in either Kitchen Management or Food & Beverage Operations, the Diploma of Hospitality places a specific emphasis on helping you to develop practical, service-orientated management skills and the experience and expertise you need to operate effectively in competitive environments, nationally and internationally
This program will teach you all the skills and knowledge you need to recruit staff, manage business relationships, implement marketing campaigns, manage budgets, ensure workplace diversity, and ensure customer service. You will be taught all the legal requirements you will need to be familiar with to operate effectively in the hospitality industry.
Completing the Diploma of Hospitality will offer you access to a rewarding and diverse career through which you can experience tremendous growth and development. The course will provide you with the hospitality and management skills you need to operate effectively in a range of settings and will teach you how to make important business decisions in various roles. Gaining solid training in event planning, delivering services, dealing with members of the public, and leading teams will allow you to make the most of your passion for people, hotels, and food.
Having completed the Diploma of Hospitality, you will have access to a range of different careers in various industries including cafes, clubs, coffee shops, hotels, motels, pubs, resorts, restaurants and spas.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)/Credit Transfer
If you have completed prior learning or gained practical experience in relevant business areas, you may be eligible for credits for some modules of this diploma. You may also be eligible to transfer credits for any relevant units that you have previously completed at an Australian Registered Training Organisation.
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To be accepted onto the SIT50307 Diploma in Hospitality, you will need to meet the following criteria:
- Aged 18 and above.
- Good written communication skills and the ability to understand unfamiliar written material.
- Successfully completed up to a minimum of year 10 of secondary school, unless you are a mature student.
- A pass score on the Language, Literacy and Numeracy test (LLN)
- A satisfactory Police Clearance Certificate and Working with Children Check.
- The ability to use a computer and access to a computer that is connected to the Internet (blended learning students).
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