INTERNATIONAL

Certificate III in Hospitality

CRICOS Code: 090936F
National Code: SIT30616


Description

Training in hospitality courses will provide you with the knowledge and skills to work within the industry, locally, nationally and internationally. You will gain practical experience in the service of food and beverage in a range of service environments and styles; including cafés, restaurants, hotels, clubs, functions and catering operations and up-market cocktail lounges.

Duration (incl. holidays)
Semester(s)
Teaching Duration
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52 weeks
2
40 weeks
Campus / Location
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Contact Hours per Week
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Course Admission Requirements
(for International Applications)

  • Academic IELTS score of 5.5 Overall with minimum of 5.0 in all bands or equivalent.
  • Satisfactory completion of Year 10 or overseas equivalent.
  • Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Nepalese students need satisfactory completion of Year 12 or overseas equivalent 60% in the top 4 subjects (excluding native language) for all courses (i.e. Cert III, Cert IV, Diploma, Advanced Diploma and Associate Degree) If student has needed to re-sit for their exam, student also need to provide all exam results. Not accepting Punjab State Board or Haryana State Board HS results only – need to present a Central Board result exam or a higher qualification.

Work Placement Duration:   200 hours

As part of the Certificate III in Hospitality, students will undertake a total of 200 work placement hours. Students will be expected to complete their work placement preferably before the beginning of the Certificate IV in Hospitality. In cases where students cannot complete their placement before commencing their Certificate IV they will need to complete their placement, whilst attending classes for the Certificate IV, starting their Diploma/Advanced Diploma.

Course Notes

  • Students may wish to consider a package consisting of Certificate III in Hospitality, Certificate IV in Hospitality, Diploma of Hospitality Management and the Bachelor of Tourism, Hospitality and Events Management.Students would receive 36 units of credit (approximately 1 year) into the Bachelor, making the Bachelor duration 2 years with a cost of $30,000.
  • Students would typically complete a Hospitality package of a Certificate III in Hospitality, a Certificate IV in Hospitality and an Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management for a total duration of 1.5 academic years (3 semesters). Students will complete part of Certificate III, Certificate IV and part of Advanced Diploma concurrently during the 2rd semester of the package of courses. Students choosing to exit with a Certificate IV (and not complete the Advanced Diploma) will complete the Certificate III & Certificate IV qualifications within 1 academic years.

Fees

These course fees are for international students only.

Duration
Tuition Fees
Incidental Fees
Semester 1
AUD $5175
AUD $550
Semester 2
AUD $5175
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Fee Totals
AUD $10350
AUD $550
Total Course Cost
AUD $10900

* The $550 charge is for the Industry Placement Administration and Management Fee. Students will also be required to purchase additional learning materials, including uniforms and equipment. The total package costs of Certificate III & IV in Hospitality and Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management is $26900. In the 1st semester students will be required to pay 50% of the Certificate III fee ($5075). In the 2nd semester of the total package students will be required to pay the remaining 50% of the Certificate III fee ($5075), as well as the total course fee for the Certificate IV ($8100). The fee for the Advanced Diploma will be deferred to the 3rd and final semester of the total package.

Note: TAFE SA does not commit to any fees shown. Charges vary between courses and subjects and are based on a rate per hour. TAFE SA and their agents reserve the right to make any changes necessary.

Overseas Students Health Cover

All overseas students are required to have Overseas Students Health Cover (OSHC) insurance for the entire duration of the course. The health cover rate will vary depending on the personal circumstances and duration of stay in Australia. Read more about Overseas Students Health Cover.

  • Employment Outcomes

    This qualification provides a pathway to work in organisations such as restaurants, hotels, motels, clubs, pubs and cafés. It provides options for specialisation in areas such as food and beverage attendance, espresso coffee machine operations, restaurant hosting, bartending and waiting.

    Note: Completion of a TAFE SA course does not guarantee an employment outcome. Formal requirements other than educational qualifications (eg licensing, professional registration), may apply to some occupations.

    Qualifications & Skills Covered

    Certificate III in Hospitality (SIT30616)
    This course includes skills in working effectively with others, sourcing and using information on the hospitality industry, customer service, cultural sensitivity and workplace safety. To complete the qualification you are required to complete all 7 core units and 8 elective units.

    87%*
    of TAFE SA graduates find jobs or continue studying.
    89%*
    of TAFE SA graduates are satisfied with the overall quality of training.



    * 2017 NCVER Student Outcomes Survey findings
  • Below is a list of all units that TAFE SA can offer in this qualification. The selection of units you will be enrolled into depends on the campus you attend, and the qualification packaging rules described on www.training.gov.au.

    Not all units listed below must necessarily be completed to achieve your qualification.

    Core

    Name Nominal Hours
    Coach others in job skills 20
    Participate in safe work practices 12
    Provide service to customers 25
    Show social and cultural sensitivity 20
    Source and use information on the hospitality industry 25
    Work effectively in hospitality service 110
    Work effectively with others 15

    Elective

    Name Nominal Hours
    Attend gaming machines 25
    Carry out basic workplace calculations 20
    Clean and tidy bar areas 15
    Clean kitchen premises and equipment 13
    Clean premises and equipment 15
    Create and use spreadsheets 30
    Interpret financial information 60
    Maintain the quality of perishable items 10
    Operate a bar 35
    Operate a TAB outlet 40
    Plan in-house events or functions 40
    Prepare and present sandwiches 10
    Prepare and present simple dishes 25
    Prepare and serve cocktails 20
    Prepare and serve espresso coffee 30
    Prepare and serve non-alcoholic beverages 20
    Prepare rooms for guests 25
    Process reservations 30
    Provide accommodation reception services 30
    Provide advice on food and beverage matching 50
    Provide responsible gambling services 10
    Provide responsible service of alcohol 10
    Provide table service of food and beverage 110
    Receive and store stock 10
    Serve food and beverage 80
    Use hygienic practices for food safety 15
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