Hospitality is a dynamic and fast growing industry which offers many different career opportunities. Our Diploma of Hospitality Management AND Certificate III in Hospitality will provide you with a range of skills that you will need to work in the Hospitality Industry up to a Supervisory role. With a qualification in hospitality you will have a pathway to work in restaurants, hotels, motels, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops.
Training can be provided in the workplace, on campus and or online. Other Hospitality Courses that we offer include: Certificate III in Commercial Cookery, RSA and RSA courses, FSSC course, Basic and Accredited Barista Courses, Short Bar Course and Short Gaming Course
To enquire about enrolling in the next Certificate III in Hospitality course or any of our other courses please call us on 07 5559 5077 or contact us by email.
Diploma of Hospitality Management – 2017
Aim: The aim of this course is to utilise the “Higher Level Skills” funding in which we have a contract under the Vet Investment Plan for 2017.
For students to access this funding they must be a QLD resident, over 15 years of age, no longer at school, be a Australian or New Zealand resident and MUST not have or be enrolled in a Certificate IV or higher qualification.
Course overview: This course will provide students with the essential skills in management and leadership, communication and customer service, operational planning, financial management, teamwork and develop business relationships.
They will be exposed to a well-rounded course including food and beverage operations and event management. Students will also have the opportunity to network with leaders in the Hospitality and Tourism industry.
Students will take part in the P & O Tourism, Hospitality and Events Study Tour. This is a 7 day experiential tour. During this tour students will have the opportunity to take part in various activities including, back stage operations and show, shore excursions, galley tours, wine appreciation, ice and vegetable carving and much more.
Course details: the course consists of 28 units, 13 core units and 15 electives.
Duration: 40 weeks, 3 days per week, 9am to 3pm
Industry Placement: working with our industry partners the 36 industry shifts that are required to complete this course we hope to offer a wide variety of placements to the students. These partners include: yet to be confirmed
Location: Ignite Education campus, 164 Duringan Street, Currumbin
- Full Fee – $7,500.00
- Subsidised – $3,495.00
- Concessional – $2,295.00
Payment Plans: Payment plans will be offered and will consist of an upfront fee paid at enrolment of $500.00 with the option to pay balance of 6 monthly instalments.
Start Date: 23rd January 2017
Resources Required: set uniform of 2 white shirts + black pants, 1 Ignite shirt – prices of these not yet available but trying to source items so they come under $200.00 per student.
Devices Required: Students will be required to bring their own Laptop with Microsoft office.
Travel Requirements: If under 18 students must have full permission from parent or guardian. Students must hold a current passport.
Graduation: To be confirmed
University Pathways: To be confirmed
Job outcomes: Restaurant Manager, Event Supervisor, Bar Manager, Function Manager, Food and Beverage Supervisor
DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY – SIT50313
Join the Ignite Education team and become part of the exciting Hospitality industry!
Ignite Education’s Diploma program will provide you with the essential skills in management and leadership, communication and customer service, operational planning, financial management, marketing and the skills to successfully work in the hospitality industry.
You will have the opportunity to experience Ignite Education’s Industry Engagement program and gain hands on practical skills in a range of hotels, restaurants and event venues.
The Diploma program is designed to provide you with a broad and flexible skill set that will enable you to adapt to a wide variety of career opportunities.
- Cafe Manager
- Restaurant Manager
- Function Manager
- Department or Team Supervisor
- Hospitality Entrepreneur
- Food and Beverage Manager
- Leadership and Management
- Operational Planning
- Hospitality Safety
- Financial Management
- Sales and Marketing
- Human Resources
- Food & Beverage Operations
- Career opportunities & industry expectations – resumes, job applications, interviews
- You must have sound English language and literacy skills
- You must submit an application form and attend an informal admissions interview
- Industry engagement program
- Extensive industry partnerships
- Networking opportunities
- Nationally recognised course
- Quality, industry current training
- Professional, highly experienced industry trainers
- Career planning and employment support
- Opportunities to gain experience with local events and industry partners (Hotels, Clubs and Event venues/festivals)
How long is the program?
- Part time, 2 days per week + 1 day industry placement
How is the training delivered?
- Face to face or ONLINE
Course start date
- Full Fee – $7,500.00
- Subsidised – $3,495.00
- Concessional – $2,295.00
(Payment plans available)
*The Higher Level Skills program provides eligible individuals with access to one subsidised training place in selected certificate IV level and above qualifications or priority skill sets. The aim is to assist individuals to gain the higher-level skills required to secure employment or career advancement in priority industries or to transition to university to further their studies.To be eligible for a Higher Level
To be eligible for a Higher Level
Skills subsidy a student must be:
- Queensland resident aged 15 years or over
- No longer at school
- Australian or New Zealand Citizen, or permanent resident
- Must NOT hold a Certificate IV or higher-level qualification (not including qualifications completed at school)
Call us on (07) 5559 5077 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to enrol.
CERTIFICATE III IN HOSPITALITY – SIT30713
This qualification provides a pathway to work in organisations such as restaurants, hotels, motels, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops.
Possible job outcomes include food and beverage attendant, espresso coffee machine operator, gaming attendant, bar attendant and waiter. Training can be provided in the workplace, on campus and or online.
Course Details: 15 units (7 core, 8 electives)
SITHFAB201 – Provide responsible service of alcohol
SITHFAB307 – Provide table service of food and beverage
SITHFAB204 – Prepare and serve espresso coffee
SCHOOL BASED TRAINEESHIP – if you are enrolled in a school based traineeship, this course will take 12 – 18 months.
CERTIFICATE III GUARANTEE PROGRAM – this course is be completed over 5 weeks full-time 4-5 days per week with Ignite organising your industry placement.
Inclusions: Textbooks & resources
Full Fee – $1,800.00
*Subsidised: (Eligibility criteria applies)
Non-concessional – $50.00*
Concessional – $25.00*
*To be eligible, you must meet the following requirements:
Be 15 years of age or older and a Queensland resident
Have finished secondary school or no longer at school
Be a an Australian or New Zealand Citizen or Australian permanent resident residing in Queensland
Not hold, or currently be undertaking a Certificate III or higher qualification from 1 July 2013. Completed while at secondary school is acceptable.
Unemployed and seeking work, or working on a full-time, part-time or casual basis.
For more information on course commencement dates, fees and refunds and further program information please call 07 5559 5077.