INTERNATIONAL

Diploma of Hospitality Management

CRICOS Code: 090981A
National Code: SIT50416


Description

This course provides a pathway to work in any hospitality industry sector as a departmental or small business manager. The diversity of employers includes restaurants, hotels, motels, catering operations, clubs, pubs, cafés, and coffee shops.

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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 the Certificates III & IV in Hospitality, or the Certificates III & IV in Commercial Cookery, or the Certificates III & IV in Patisserie.

Course Notes

  • Students may complete a package of a Certificate III in Hospitality, Commercial Cookery or Patisserie, a Certificate IV in Hospitality, Commercial Cookery or Patisserie, and a Diploma of Hospitality Management. Durations vary depending on the package chosen.
  • Students choosing the CIII in Hospitality and CIV in Hospitality (a hospitality package), will, during the 2nd semester of the package, complete any remaining placement hours from the Certificate III and the entire Certificate IV. Details of the 2nd semester structure and charges will be outlined in the offer letter.

Fees

These course fees are for international students only.

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Total course cost
AUD $5300
Incidental Fees*
AUD $40*
Total Fees
AUD $5340

* Hospitality Pathway: Students will be required to purchase a name badge (A$10) and a uniform (approximately A$30) unless already purchased for the previous course. Details for these expenses will be provided closer to or on enrolment. Students choosing the Certificate III in Hospitality and the Certificate IV in Hospitality prior to the Diploma or Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management pathway (hospitality package), will be required to pay 50% of the Certificate III fee in their 1st semester. Then, in the 2nd semester of the package students will study concurrently and be required to pay the remaining 50% of the Certificate III fee, as well as the total course fee for the Certificate IV. Details of the concurrent study schedule and charges will be outlined in the offer letter. Cookery Pathway: Students will be required to purchase a name badge (A$10), a uniform (approximately A$115 excluding shoes) and equipment/knives (approximately A$390) unless already purchased for the prev

Note: TAFE SA course fees are subject to regular increases and are reviewed annually. As such, the course fees for 2022 have increased and are published on this site. TAFE SA accepts applications for courses commencing beyond the year advertised and tuition fees for these years will be higher. 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

    Career opportunities include assistant manager, banquet or function manager, chef de cuisine, chef patissier, kitchen manager, motel manager, restaurant manager, sous chef, unit manager (catering operations).

    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

    Diploma of Hospitality Management (SIT50416)
    This qualification is for individuals who wish to use a sound knowledge of industry operations, and a broad range of managerial skills, to develop and manage hospitality operations. They will learn the skills to operate independently, have responsibility for others and make a range of operational business decisions. To complete the qualification you are required to complete all 13 core units and 15 elective units.

    81%*
    of TAFE SA graduates find jobs or continue studying.
    89%*
    of TAFE SA graduates are satisfied with the overall quality of training.



    * 2020 NCVER Student Outcomes Survey findings
  • Below is a list of all units that TAFE SA can offer in this qualification. The selection of elective 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 elective units listed below must necessarily be completed to achieve your qualification.

    Core

    Name Nominal Hours
    Develop and manage quality customer service practices 30
    Enhance customer service experiences 40
    Establish and conduct business relationships 60
    Implement and monitor work health and safety practices 30
    Lead and manage people 60
    Manage conflict 20
    Manage diversity in the workplace 60
    Manage finances within a budget 30
    Manage operational plan 60
    Monitor work operations 20
    Prepare and monitor budgets 30
    Research and comply with regulatory requirements 80
    Roster staff 30

    Elective

    Name Nominal Hours
    Clean and tidy bar areas 15
    Coach others in job skills 20
    Develop and use complex spreadsheets 50
    Interpret financial information 60
    Operate a bar 35
    Prepare and serve cocktails 20
    Prepare and serve espresso coffee 30
    Prepare and serve non-alcoholic beverages 20
    Provide advice on Australian wines 40
    Provide responsible service of alcohol 10
    Provide table service of food and beverage 110
    Serve food and beverage 80
    Source and use information on the hospitality industry 25
    Use hygienic practices for food safety 15
    Work effectively in hospitality service 110
  • Studying at TAFE SA is one of the easiest pathways towards a University Degree. Credit Transfer is the formal recognition that parts of a TAFE SA course are equivalent in content and level to parts of some University courses. Below are the Credit Transfer details for this course. View all TAFE SA Credit Transfer Agreements

    University University Course Details
    Bachelor of Tourism, Hospitality and Events Management
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