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Introduction to Hospitality

22EMP269005

Introduction to Hospitality

Gain the introductory skills and knowledge needed for the hospitality sector

Introduction to Hospitality is a pre-accredited course for people of any age, skill level and any type of background. It focuses on building practical skills and knowledge to be “job ready” for the hospitality industry.

Course Duration

8 weeks

Course Type

Pre-Accred

Commences

To be advised

Times

9:30 am
to 12:30 pm

Trainer

Debbie Naughtin
PATHWAYS:

This course is a pathway to further study of hospitality units of competency such as:

  • SITHFAB002 Provide responsible service of alcohol
  • SITHFAB005 Prepare and serve espresso coffee
  • SIT20316 Certificate II in Hospitality

It is also a pathway to employment in the Hospitality Industry.

COURSE CONTENT:

This course is delivered from a “common sense” approach to hospitality, and students will gain the skills and knowledge of communication, customer service, basic bar operation, basic workplace health and safety, bar, and menu knowledge and waitering skills.

Classes will be held both in the classroom and in the workplace (for practical lessons such as basic bar operations).

A strong focus will be on building the student’s confidence, as well as their language, literacy, and numeracy skills.

ASSESSMENT:

Assessment will take place in an informal manner based on what learners are able to achieve.  Customer service, bar and waitering skills will be assessed based on practical observations and role playing.

There is no formal written assessment for this course.

Learners complete a pre- and post-program learner survey to self-assess their knowledge, skills and confidence levels

CERTIFICATION:

A “Certification of Participation” is issued upon completion of this course.

Introduction to Hospitality

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$132.00
Funded
$132
Concession
$62
Unfunded
N/A
Venue
Yarrawonga Mulwala Learning Centre