Certificate II in Hospitality

Start date: Enrol now
Location: Fitzroy

Have you ever considered a career in hospitality? From five star hotels and cafés to bars and restaurants, there are many different areas in the industry to choose from.

This course is designed for people who have limited or no experience in the hospitality industry and would like to get the skills to get the job.

Upon completion of your training you will be able to prepare and serve drinks; prepare coffee using an espresso machine; serve food, wine and other beverages at the table; and work effectively with customers and co-workers.

Employment opportunities in the industry include:

  • bar attendant
  • catering assistant
  • food and beverage attendant.

Skills addressed within this qualification include:

  • working effectively with others
  • sourcing and using information on the hospitality industry
  • using hospitality skills effectively
  • interacting with customers
  • showing social and cultural sensitivity
  • participating in safe work practices
  • cleaning and tidying bar areas
  • providing responsible service of alcohol
  • preparing coffee using an espresso machine
  • using hygienic practices for food safety
  • receiving and storing stock.

Course details: SIT20213 Certificate II in Hospitality

Start date: Enrol now
Length: 24 weeks, one day per week face-to-face
Location: Fitzroy
Fees: please refer to the latest fees and charges document (PDF, 268 KB)

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