Course outline: Students gain practical skills and knowledge to work in a range of operational positions including food and beverage service, housekeeping, front office, management, and commercial kitchens. The course facilitates progression, with subsequent experience, to supervisory and management levels in hospitality organisations such as hotels, restaurants, bistros, clubs, conference centres, resorts, and catering organisations.
Other requirements: Successful applicants may need to satisfy certificate-level modules before progressing to the diploma.
Career opportunities: Catering, restaurant, front office, food and beverage or housekeeping supervisor, events, functions, kitchen, restaurant or resort manager.
Combined diplomas/degrees: Refer to entries for: D Hospitality/B Business; D Hospitality/B Business or Business Administration; D Hospitality/B Business (Hotel Management); D Hospitality/B Business (Hotel, Tourism, Event, Real Estate and Property, or Sport); D Hospitality/B Business in Convention and Event Management; D Hospitality/D Events; D Hospitality/C III Events
This price is the minimum program tuition fee for this qualification. Programs also attract additional material and administration costs. VET FEE-HELP may be available to eligible applicants for study at some certificate IV, diploma and advanced diploma level. Some diploma and advanced diploma programs will also have certificate level study as a requirement. This will attract additional costs. The VET FEE-HELP payment option is not available for the required level certificate study and upfront fees will apply. Applicants should contact the relevant institute for details. For combined diploma/degree courses, refer to entry under university for bachelor component.