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  • Bachelor Degree 3 years; Hons +1 year.
  • Double degree, usually 4 years.
  • Advanced Diploma 2 years.
  • Certificate 1 year.>
  • Work part time while you study.
  • Tuition: between A$ 5,650/semester and A$ 26,000 /year.
  • Traineeship and Apprentice available.
  • Short courses from 1 day to weeks.

Barista.

Careers. Bar tender, Bar manager.

  • Certificate III in Hospitality – Traineeship, Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Develop the skills to safely handle food and beverage in a number of different applications and go on to work as a qualified waitperson, barista or bartender.
  • Bar Operator (4 weeks), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge to work in a fast-paced bar environment.
  • Barista Skills (1 night), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. This exciting coffee making course will give you hands-on experience under the direction of professionals giving you the confidence to make the ultimate cup of coffee.
  • Coffee and Cafe Short Course, (4 weeks), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Designed to provide students with the skills necessary to perform all aspects of a coffee shop operation, including the function of the espresso machine, customer service skills, basic financial knowledge, and the passion for coffee.
  • Bar Skills Program Short Course, (5 days), Sarina Russo Schools. Including Responsible Gaming Services (RGS), Bar Operations and Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA).
  • Bar Operations, (3 days), Sarina Russo Schools. It focuses on the areas of customer service, beer, wine and spirit pouring as well as cocktail making and non-alcoholic beverages.
  • Coffee Making, (4 days), Sarina Russo Schools. It focuses on the areas of non-alcoholic beverages, including the preparation and service of expresso coffees.

Club Management.

Careers. Club Manager.

  • Diploma of Hospitality - specialising in Club Management, (1,5 years), William Angliss Institute. If you're an experienced employee, this course can offer you the practical and theoretical skills you need to take the next step to senior management positions in the hospitality industry.

Eco-Tourism and Sustainability.

Careers. Tour guide, Ranger, Manager.

  • Diploma of Tourism - specialising in Ecotourism, William Angliss Institute. Australia has some of the world's greatest natural attractions, so it's no wonder its ecotourism industry is thriving. Graduates will be able to work as rangers, tour guides, interpretation officers and adventure leaders, or even to start their own business.
  • Diploma of Sustainability, William Angliss Institute. Through the use of case studies and analysis of practice and research, students will develop an understanding of the importance of sustainable work practices which can be applied directly to a tourism or event enterprise.

Flight Attendant.

  • Flight Attendant Course, (3 weeks), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Learn about the application process and how to answer selection criteria questions from industry professionals with 20 years of combined experience.

Franchising.

  • Diploma of Franchising, William Angliss Institute. Prepare yourself for working in: Restaurant chains, pub, bar and cafe chains, holiday and accommodation resort chains and many more.

Golden Age Care Hospitality.

Careers. Employer in a aged care company.

  • Blue Care (Kirrahaven) Hospitality Short Course, (5 weeks), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Gain possible employment at one of Blue Care’s Gold Coast Aged Care venues and gain nationally recognised competencies from a Certificate III in Hospitality.
  • Blue Care (Labrador Gardens) Hospitality Short Course, (5 weeks), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Looking for a career in aged care? Take advantage of this opportunity to gain possible employment at one of Blue Care’s Gold Coast Aged Care venues.
  • Domain Aged Care Hospitality Short Course, (5 weeks), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Domain is one of Australia's largest Aged Care providers. Students will work alongside Domain staff under realistic employment conditions.

Hospitality and Tourism Management.

Careers. Guest services, Hotel Manager, Restaurant Manager, Hospitality Business Manager, Food and Beverage Manager, Rooms Division Manager, Front Office Manager, Resort Manager, Theme Park Manager, Tourist Attraction Manager, Retail Travel and Tour Operator, Destination Marketer, Cruise Ship Supervisor.

  • Bachelor of Business (Tourism and Hospitality Management), Griffith University. Combines specialist courses in hospitality management and generic business skills along with hospitality industry internship placements.
  • Bachelor of Business (Hotel, Tourism, Event, Real Estate and Property, and Sport), (Gold Coast campus and Nathan campus) Griffith University. Specialist knowledge of these service industries, combined with essential professional leadership and business management skills.
  • Bachelor of Tourism Management, Edith Cowan University. Planning and development, marketing, accounting, e-business systems, service management, event management, research methods and business development.
  • Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Edith Cowan University. Competencies and professional attitudes required by middle and senior levels of management in contemporary hospitality and/or tourism organisations.
  • Bachelor of Tourism, Central Queensland University. Tourism management and marketing, an understanding of key consumer segments in tourism, such as events, special interest tourism, nature-based tourism and resort and hotel management.
  • Bachelor of Business (Tourism and Hospitality), William Blue College of Hospitality Management. Develop skills required for the successful strategic development and management of a contemporary hospitality business. On successful completion of this course you can apply for articulation into the La Trobe University Master of Tourism program.
  • Bachelor of Tourism Management, Edith Cowan University. Specialist units: ecotourism, cultural tourism, cruise ship tourism, special interest tourism, business events management, event operations management, contemporary issues and professional industry experience.
  • Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management), La Trobe University. Combine a solid business degree with specialised tourism subjects: Destinations Marketing and Management, Travel Operations and Ticketing, Tour Guiding, Event Management and Tourist Attraction Operations.
  • Bachelor of Management in Tourism, University of Technology Sydney. Skills to manage effectively in an environment of significant growth and change.
  • Bachelor of Tourism Management, University of Western Sydney. The degree integrates concern for the host or destination community and the process of tourism planning and development in the context of ecologically sustainable development.
  • Bachelor of Business (Tourism and Hospitality), La Trobe University. In 2011, this program was awarded three-year EPAS Accreditation. It emphasises the practical skills and theoretical knowledge needed for effective tourism and hospitality management.
  • Bachelor of Management in Tourism and Hospitality, University of Technology Sydney. A pathway program developed in conjunction with TAFE NSW. Explore the networks that are an integral part of the tourism industry and which need to be managed so that a hospitality organisation achieves its objectives.
  • Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management / Marketing), La Trobe University. Give an understanding of the key role marketing plays in travel and tourism, along with a grounding in business studies.
  • Bachelor of Business (Tourism, Leisure and Event Management), University of the Sunshine Coast. Guest speakers, field visits and other industry activities. By undertaking an internship in leading organisations, you apply learning and theory to develop your practical skills.
  • Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management), William Blue College of Hospitality Management. Learn about the tourism management industry from leading experts, carry out actual work experience in the tourism industry, and get set for a first-class career.
  • Bachelor of Hospitality Management, Edith Cowan University. Essential knowledge plus key aspects of marketing, e-business systems, service management, financial management, research methods and business development.
  • Bachelor of Business and Commerce - Hospitality Management, University of Western Sydney. Focusing on business management principles, it develops an understanding of the social, cultural, environmental and economic factors that affect the hospitality industry.
  • Bachelor of Hospitality Management, Central Queensland University. You will study 12 core courses and four electives which will provide you with extensive knowledge and skills in key hospitality management areas.
  • Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management), William Blue College of Hospitality Management. Take part in industry experience – a vital ingredient of this course – and understand what to expect out in the real world.
  • Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management, William Angliss Institute. Develop a combination of practical and theoretical perspectives much sought after by international and local hospitality operators, holiday resorts, major and special event organisations, community organisations, government, and tourism authorities.
  • Bachelor of Hospitality Management, Holmesglen. Through practical application of theory and concepts you will develop a broad based understanding of hospitality and management, while placements give you a chance to wow your potential future employers.
  • Bachelor of International Hotel and Resort Management, Edith Cowan University. Introduction to the hotel and resort sector in the context of the broader tourism and hospitality industries.
  • Associate Degree of Hospitality and Tourism Management, (2 years), Edith Cowan University. Marketing, e-business systems, planning and development, services marketing and management, commercial food service management, food and beverage management, rooms division management and research methods.
  • Advanced Diploma of Hospitality, Holmesglen. 6 months upon completion of the Diploma of Hospitality Management. Study marketing, financial management, human resource management, property management and business planning.
  • Advanced Diploma of Hospitality (Hotel Management Pathway), William Blue College of Hospitality Management. You get to participate in an 800-hour paid work placement program that is built into the final stages of the course.
  • Advanced Diploma of Tourism, (2 years), William Angliss Institute. Provides specialist advanced knowledge through the development of an actual business plan.
  • Advanced Diploma of Hospitality, (2 years), William Angliss Institute. Business planning, finance, human resources, marketing, and property management. Students may choose from a vast array of electives to create their own career pathway.
  • Advanced Diploma of Hospitality - specialising in Industry Placement Program, William Angliss Institute. Industry Placement Program is an alternative mode of study sandwiching semesters of "on campus" study with semesters of industry placement.
  • Advanced Diploma of Hospitality - Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. On successful completion of this qualification, you could manage in various hospitality settings, such as restaurants, hotels, catering operations, motels, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops.
  • Diploma of Hospitality - specialising in Industry Placement Program, William Angliss Institute.. Develop and update hospitality industry knowledge, Provide quality customer service, Follow health, safety and security procedures, Coach others in job skills, Provide and coordinate hospitality service.
  • Diploma of Hospitality, (1 year), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Designed for overseas students. Learn how to plan and control a range of hospitality products, control stock, promote goods and services to customers, maintain premises and outlets, monitor business compliance with legislative requirements, develop and manage financial budgets and develop operational plans.
  • Diploma of Tourism (45 weeks), Martin College. Teaches students to create international fares and tickets, including e-tickets, in addition to professional itineraries and working on Galileo, a travel industry-based computerised reservations system.
  • Diploma of Tourism, (1 year), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Designed for overseas students. Recognised industry training in tourism operations, incorporating airfares, live reservations system, back office system, front line selling, customer relations, destinations and travel products involving bookings and itineraries. The second semester includes studies in managerial aspects of the tourism industry.
  • Diploma of Resort Management, (2 years), William Angliss Institute. It has won multiple awards and international recognition for providing relevant, innovative training solutions to the Resort industry. Students are trained in a wide range of skills in the fields of hospitality, tourism and business management, as well as full training in their chosen specialist area of Spa, Dive or Water Recreation.
  • Diploma of Hotel Management, Perth Institute of Business and Technology. The Diploma leads into 2nd year of the Bachelor of Hospitality Management at ECU, winner of the Western Australian Tourism Award, as the Number One provider of tourism education in WA.
  • Diploma of Business - Tourism Management, Perth Institute of Business and Technology. The Diploma of Business (leading to Tourism Management) provides solid grounding for students to pursue a career in contemporary tourism or travel organizations.
  • Diploma in Hospitality, (43 weeks), Sarina Russo Schools. Develop a theoretical knowledge base and be able to use a range of specialised, technical or managerial competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate their own work and/or the work of their team.
  • Diploma of Hospitality, Southbank Institute of Technology. Aims to provide participants with the practical skills and knowledge necessary to carry out functional activities in food and beverage, housekeeping, front office and commercial kitchens at an operative level.
  • Diploma of Tourism, Southbank Institute of Technology. Provides you with job-ready skills for the Tourism industry in a range of sectors including airlines, cruise operators, tour wholesalers and travel agencies.
  • Diploma of Tourism / Diploma of Management, (1,5 years), Holmesglen. Do you love to travel and explore exciting destinations? Develop your destination knowledge and learn how to help people plan, organise and book their dream holidays. Opportunity to work in a collaborative relationship with an industry partner to develop a marketing plan for them.
  • Certificate IV in Tourism, (1 year), William Angliss Institute. Broad knowledge in customer relations, presentation skills, marketing, and the all-important profit management, plus an understanding of occupational health and safety requirements.
  • Certificate IV in Hospitality, (1 year), William Angliss Institute. Customer relations in hospitality, health, safety, security and bar and liquor studies and food knowledge.
  • Certificate IV in Tourism - Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. You will obtain globally recognised industry qualification in tourism operations, incorporating airfares, live reservations system, back office system, front line selling, customer relations, destinations and travel products involving bookings and itineraries, and in managerial aspects of the tourism industry, incorporating sustainable tourism operations.
  • Certificate IV in Hospitality, (34 weeks), Sarina Russo Schools. You study food production, first aid, food and beverage, occupational health and safety/ hygiene, and vocational placement (240 hours).
  • Certificate III in Tourism, (6 months), William Angliss Institute. Basic theoretical knowledge of the tourism industry, tourism office procedures, products and destinations, and a computerised airline reservation system qualification that is recognised globally.
  • Certificate III in Hospitality, (6 months), William Angliss Institute. Food and beverage, hygiene procedures, accounting, business computing, hospitality and tourism management, occupational health and safety in hospitality and tourism, business relationships and diversity.
  • Certificate III in Hospitality, (26 weeks), Sarina Russo Schools. Provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in skilled operations with the need to apply discretion and judgement.

Hospitality Management/Cuisine, Food and Beverages.

Careers. Manager in Hospitality sector, Chef.

  • Bachelor of Culinary Management, William Angliss Institute. Develop the knowledge and expertise required for management roles in culinary businesses including large hotels, food service organisations, hospitals, aged-care facilities, and broader culinary roles.
  • Advanced Diploma of Hospitality (Commercial Cookery Pathway), William Blue College of Hospitality Management. We combine the technical skills you need to get a job as a chef with a solid foundation of business subjects so you can be a manager in the hospitality industry. You complete 900 hours of paid work placement with one of our industry partners.
  • Diploma of Hospitality (Patisserie), (1, 5 years), Holmesglen. Structured practical training in hotel and other reputed hospitality venues is provided during the first 12 months of the course. Study food and beverage, front office, kitchen operations, leadership, management, housekeeping and purchasing.
  • Diploma of Hospitality, (1,5 years), Holmesglen. You will study in training restaurants Zest at Waverley and Cilantro at Moorabbin . Course includes the Responsible Service of Alcohol qualification, practical training on food preparation, food serving and food safety, barista training, managing budgets, and staffing.
  • Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) packaged with Diploma of Hospitality, (2 years), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Designed for Overseas Students. A special package for those students wanting to gain advanced qualifications for the growing hospitality industry and commercial cookery.
  • Certificate III in Hospitality Operations, (6 months), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in skilled operations within the food and beverage area and the ability to apply discretion and judgement.
  • Certificate II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations), (20 weeks), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. It can be used as a stepping stone to a cookery apprenticeship and may lead to the following job outcomes: kitchen hand, kitchen assistant, cook, apprentice chef.
  • Food Safety Supervisor Program, (2 days), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Students will obtain the knowledge, skills and nationally accredited qualification to become a Food Safety Supervisor.
  • Responsible Management of Licensed Venues (RMLV) including Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA), 2 days, Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. The course not only provides details of the law and liquor licence requirements, it also includes a range of management strategies to assist operators in the responsible conduct of their business.
  • Salt Village Multi-Skill Industry Short Course (4 weeks), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. This course covers the basics of food preparation, customer service, bar operations and retail, working with and providing advice to customers, and working with other staff members as part of a team.
  • Sommelier - Wine Appreciation, (10 weeks), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. You will learn how to provide specialist advice on Australian and International wines, table service of alcoholic beverages and to conduct a product tasting of alcoholic beverages including wine tasting.

Hotel Housekeeping.

Careers. Hotel/resort housekeeper.

  • Crowne Plaza Housekeeping Short Course, (4 weeks), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. To be run at a major Gold Coast resort with a view to possible employment outcomes in the hotel's housekeeping department for high performing students.
  • Holiday Inn Housekeeping Short Course, (4 weeks), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Learn about all aspects of housekeeping operations in a resort, with skills that would be transferable to any accommodation venue.
  • Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove Housekeeping Short Course, (4 weeks), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. The program is run at Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove, using their facilities in the housekeeping department, including access to real live guest accommodation areas.
  • Mantra on Salt Housekeeping Short Course, (4 weeks), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE . This program is to be run at a major Kingscliff Coast Resort with a view to possible employment outcomes in the hotel's housekeeping department for high performing students.
  • Outrigger Resort Housekeeping Short Course, (4 weeks), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE . The program is run at the Outrigger Resort (formally the Holiday Inn), using their facilities in the housekeeping department, including access to real live guest accommodation areas.
  • Other short courses in: Radisson ResortSea TempleSofitel,

Hotel Reception.

Careers. Hotel receptionist.

  • Front Office/Reception Short Course, (8 weeks), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. specifically designed for students seeking future employment in the front office or reception area of a hotel providing them with specialist industry training.

Retail Travel Sales.

Careers. Travel agency, Airline, Wholesale travel company, Cruise line, Tour company, Car rental organisation.

  • Certificate IV in Tourism - specialising in Retail Travel Sales, 6 months – intensive mode), William Angliss Institute. Graduating students will be prepared to enter the exciting tourism industry in retail travel sales.
  • Certificate III in Tourism (Retail Travel Sales), (6 months), William Angliss Institute. Get training in various reservation software packages. Study sales, Australian retail fares, customer relations, destinations and travel products. Every full time student will go on either an interstate or international industry-focused trip during their course.
  • Certificate III in Tourism (Retail Travel Sales), (20 weeks), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Job-ready skills for a range of industry sectors including travel agencies, airlines, tour wholesalers, inbound tour operators, vehicle rental operators and cruise lines.

Tourism (Guiding).

Careers. Tour guide.

  • Certificate IV in Tourism (Guiding), William Angliss Institute. The knowledge you will gain is transferable to a host of different industries and can be used in the most exciting localities throughout the world.

 

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