SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management - International

CRICOS code: 096683G
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Next intake February 2022
LocationsGeelong City Campus
DurationFull-time: 26 weeks

Course description

If you love working with people and are looking for a rewarding career in the hospitality industry then this course is the one for you!
 
You will learn how to develop quality customer service skills, manage finances within a budget, and how to deal with staff and regulatory requirements. The learning style is a combination of hands-on and theory, teaching you everything you need to become a highly skilled manager in the hospital industry.

The Diploma of Hospitality Management is delivered as a second-year course for our International students. Check you have the current prerequisites and apply.

Work placement/industry experience

How often do I attend?

Full time - 3 days a week

How often do I attend?

3 days per week | Monday - Tuesday | 9.00am - 4.00pm (theory classes)
3rd day of attendance varies and may be lunch or dinner service (restaurant service classes)

Possible career outcomes

  • Front of house manager
  • Cafe or Restaurant Owner
  • Hospitality manager
  • Food and Beverage Manager
  • Functions Manager
  • Bar Manager

Changes to delivery due to COVID-19
While The Gordon is permitted to deliver face-to-face teaching in compliance with current Government guidelines and COVIDSafe restrictions, many courses will utilise a blend of remote and on-campus learning. Find out more about delivery changes here.

How to apply

  1. View how to apply to find out what documents you will need to complete your application.
  2. Submit your application through your education agent using the forms below or apply online by selecting an intake from the application and attendance table below.

If you need help, contact the International team.

Submission of an application does not guarantee a place in the course.

Applications & attendance

IntakeApplicationsAttendanceClassesDuration 
2022 February
Geelong City Campus 
Open: 1 Jun 2021
Close: 1 Feb 2022 
Class DayStart: 8 Feb 2022
Tue,Wed,Thur 8am to 5pm
 
Full-time: 26 weeks  Apply  
2022 July
Geelong City Campus 
Open: 1 Jun 2021
Close: 1 Jul 2022 
Class DayStart: 12 Jun 2022
Tue,Wed,Thur 8am to 5pm
 
Full-time: 26 weeks  Apply  
2023 February
Geelong City Campus 
Open: 1 Jul 2021
Close: 1 Feb 2023 
Class DayTimetable to be advised
 
Full-time: 26 weeks  Apply  
2023 July
Geelong City Campus 
Open: 1 Jul 2021
Close: 1 Jul 2023 
Class DayTimetable to be advised
 
Full-time: 26 weeks  Apply  

 

Note: Students are required to undertake some self-paced learning and assessment activities outside of class time.

Please refer to our key dates and orientation webpage here.

We reserve the right to close course intakes early. Many courses have limited places and high demand. Early applications are recommended. We reserve the right to cancel intakes and courses if there are insufficient student numbers.

  • Successful completion of Certificate IV Cookery or Certificate IV Patisserie
  • Applicants must be aged 18 years and over at the time of course commencement
  • Applicants are expected to have literacy and numeracy skills at Year 11 or Australian Core Skills Framework Level 3 to meet the academic requirements for the course. 
  • To be eligible to apply for a VET Student Loan applicants will be required to: 
    • undertake an independent assessment test to ensure they possess Level 3 in reading and numeracy, or
    • provide their Year 12 certificate, or
    • provide evidence of completion of a Certificate IV or above. 
  • You must reside in Victoria to access Victorian Government Subsidised Fees and any incentive such as Job Trainer. Full fees apply to all non-Victorian residents.

Each student must complete a pre-training review as part of their application. The outcome of your pre-training review assists our teachers and trainers to better understand your capabilities prior to training and enables you to be matched to the right program. Your literacy and numeracy skills will be evaluated and you may be required to undertake a separate assessment. Follow this link for more information about literacy and numeracy skills .

Practice tests

In order to prepare for your LLN, you may wish to attempt some practise tests in which you will find similar questions (with solutions too). These practice tests are not VSL approved but may be similar in question type and level of difficulty to what may be asked in the VSL approved LLN. Click here for practice tests. Please note, the VSL approved LLN cannot be resat within 3 months of undertaking it.

  • International student 
  • You must be 18 years or over at the time of course commencement.      
  • Language (English):
  • IELTS Academic overall score of 5.5 with no band below 5.0 (or equivalent); or completion of Australian Year 12; or a qualification undertaken in Australia at Certificate IV or higher and completed within the past 5 years; or university studies in Australia of at least 2 years duration.

  • *Applicants from specified countries may be exempt from English Language Requirements for admissions purposes. Such students will still need to provide evidence of meeting minimum English requirements for visa purposes. Check the list of exempt countries for more information.

  • Pre requisite courses - successfully completed:

    • SIT30816 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery (1 year)

    • SIT40516 Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery (6 months)

For more information please refer to Entry Requirements here.

  • Successful completion of Certificate IV Cookery or Certificate IV Patisserie
  • Applicants must be aged 18 years and over at the time of course commencement
  • Applicants are expected to have literacy and numeracy skills at Year 11 or Australian Core Skills Framework Level 3 to meet the academic requirements for the course. 
  • To be eligible to apply for a VET Student Loan applicants will be required to: 
    • undertake an independent assessment test to ensure they possess Level 3 in reading and numeracy, or
    • provide their Year 12 certificate, or
    • provide evidence of completion of a Certificate IV or above. 

Personal Learning Requirements

There are personal learning requirements for each qualification at The Gordon. These are essential personal capabilities and skills required to successfully complete the course and be ready to work in the industry.

Please review the requirements here and consider any challenges you may have in meeting them. When applying for your course, please let us know what support you may need.

Selection mode

Core Code Hours
Develop and manage quality customer service practices SITXCCS008 30
Enhance customer service experiences SITXCCS007 40
Establish and conduct business relationships SITXMGT002 60
Implement and monitor work health and safety practices SITXWHS003 30
Lead and manage people SITXHRM003 60
Manage conflict SITXCOM005 20
Manage diversity in the workplace BSBDIV501 60
Manage finances within a budget SITXFIN003 30
Manage operational plan BSBMGT517 70
Monitor work operations SITXMGT001 20
Prepare and monitor budgets SITXFIN004 30
Research and comply with regulatory requirements SITXGLC001 80
Roster staff SITXHRM002 30
Electives Code Hours
Coach others in job skills SITXHRM001 20
Coordinate cooking operations SITHKOP005 100
Develop menus for special dietary requirements SITHKOP004 15
Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices BSBSUS401 40
Participate in safe food handling practices SITXFSA002 40
Plan and cost basic menus SITHKOP002 30
Electives Group A Code Hours
Use hygienic practices for food safety SITXFSA001 15
Electives Group B Code Hours
Work effectively as a cook SITHCCC020 80
Electives Group C Code Hours
Operate a bar SITHFAB003 35
Plan and monitor espresso coffee service SITHFAB019 80
Prepare and serve espresso coffee SITHFAB005 30
Prepare and serve non-alcoholic beverages SITHFAB004 20
Process financial transactions SITXFIN001 25
Provide responsible service of alcohol SITHFAB002 10
Serve food and beverage SITHFAB007 80

 

Please note that the electives listed are those delivered by The Gordon but you may not be required to complete all of these to successfully complete this qualification. In order to clarify what is required to complete this qualification, please check https://training.gov.au/Home/Tga. If you have completed any units previously, you may be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning. Find out more about RPL here.

Assessment is based on:

  • Hands-on work
  • Written assignments 
  • Team projects
  • Exam 
  • May also be based on Service periods
FeesRateUnitIndicative Course HoursIndicative Tuition Payable by StudentMax. Indicative Government Subsidy Total
Standard Tuition AUD $4.62 per hour 635 AUD $2,934.00 AUD $5,280.00
Full Fee Tuition AUD $13.33 per hour 635 AUD $8,465.00

Add the costs below to your relevant tuition fee

Materials AUD $1,340.00 once
Education Levy AUD $95.25
Equipment Levy AUD $40.00 once

 

All fees and charges are correct at time of publication but may change without notice. The student tuition fees are indicative only. Additional fees may apply. Where GST is applicable to any courses or materials, the fee displayed is inclusive of the GST.

Which fee will I pay?

Your fees will be charged according to your eligibility for government funding. For more information, visit our Fees & Payments pages.

Fee help and student loans

VET Student Loans are available for eligible students for tuition fees only. The current years maximum loan cap is $10,717

Payment plans may be available for students who are not eligible for a VET Student Loan.

Fees are based on current year and are subject to change for future years. Fees are charged upon course offer and must be paid to obtain the Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE). Contact the international office for detailed information or see fees, payments and refunds. More information.

Total tuition fee:

$7,441

Total approx. materials and courses expenses:

No additional cost for uniform ($95 AUD) & equipment ($220 AUD) where Student has previously purchased for pre-requisite course

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Date published: 13/10/2021 6:02:07 PM
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