Certificate III in Hospitality - SIT30616
Take your hospitality skills to the next level
If you’re already working in hospitality and have the passion and drive to reach your potential in this exciting industry, this course will equip you with the skills, knowledge and practical on-the-job training needed to grow your confidence and perform at the highest level. This course will give you a strong foundation of skills required to succeed in the hospitality industry, from dealing with customers and front of house skills, to correct food and beverage preparation practices and effective staff training and management.

COURSE CODE SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality
LOCATION In-class at 628 Bourke St Melbourne & On-the-job workplace training
CONTACT HOURS One classroom session (4hrs) per month
On-line tasks each fortnight (3-4hrs)
On-Site workplace assessment monthly
DURATION OF COURSE 6-9 Months
COURSE STARTS 10 April 2017

About this course
This course is available to those currently working in a full-time or part-time role in a café, bar, restaurant, winery, hotel, bistro or fast food outlet. This course is designed to be studied whilst you work. There is one 4hr classroom session per month at our Bourke St campus, with on-line tasks to be completed fortnightly (3-4hrs). Your trainer also comes to your workplace to observe and assess the practical aspects of the course.

This certificate is a nationally recognised qualification that provides the training needed to work as a bartender, wait staff, function host and a variety of other roles within the Hospitality industry. After completing this qualification, you can advance your skills further with the Certificate IV in Leadership and Management, or the Diploma in Hospitality.
Study Units
BSBWOR203 Work effectively with others
SITHIND002 Source and use information on the hospitality industry
SITHIND004 Work effectively in hospitality service
SITXCCS006 Provide service to customers
SITXCOM002 Show social and cultural sensitivity
SITXHRM001 Coach others in job skills
SITXWHS001 Participate in safe work practices
SITXFSA001 Use hygienic practices for food safety
SITXFSA002 Participate in safe food handling practices
SITHFAB002 Provide responsible service of alcohol
SITHKOP001 Clean kitchen premises and equipment
SITXINV001 Receive and store stock
SITXINV002 Maintain the quality of perishable items
BSBITU306 Design and produce business documents
BSBSUS201 Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
Assessments
AA Poly recognises the diverse learning needs of students and has thus incorporated a range of teaching and delivery methods in the course offered. They include observations, discussions, written assignments, tests, examinations, and/or practical application/ work related projects, classroom instruction, group and individual work, field trips, teamwork activities and role plays. Assessments will be consistent with these training delivery methods.
Credit Transfer and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Credit Transfer is where units previously studied at another Registered Training Organisation or Education provider, are recognised and accepted as a completed unit.

For example, you may have completed the same unit of competency at another institution while undertaking another course; This will be recognised if the unit has the same title and unit code number. If a course title and code are not an exact match, a mapping process will be conducted to identify whether the unit requirements have been met.

Where Credit Transfer is being applied for, you must provide the unit, subject or competency information in the statement format and the original documents, including the qualification and related statements of attainment, must be produced.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), means you may be able to shorten the length of your course by measuring your skills acquired through, work or life experiences, or through qualifications obtained from formal studies or training.

To receive RPL, you must apply at the time of enrolment (via the RPL section of the application form). All RPL applications have a due date requirement. This date is approximately four weeks from you receiving the RPL application documentation and must be completed before the commencement of any training services. If you have any queries about Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), please contact us
Admission requirements
Applicants must already be employed in a full-time or part-time role in a café, bar, restaurant, winery, hotel, bistro or fast food outlet. All applicants must complete a pre-training review and a language, literacy and numeracy assessment.
Fees
Victorian Government Funded Training Fee Information 2017
Fee For Service* $3,500
Swipe card*** $100 (Refundable)
Nominal Hours (Maximum) 552
Government Funded $ Per Nominal Hour $3.00/$8.50 (Traineeship)
Indicative Government Funded Tuition Fee $1,656/$4,692 (Traineeship)
Indicative Student Tuition Fee per course ** $300
Indicative Student Tuition Fee per hour $0.54
Indicative Student Concession Tuition Fee per course $60
Indicative Student Concession Tuition Fee per hour $0.11
*Fee for Service: Fees charged for participants where participants are not eligible for State Government funding.
**Inclusive of all teaching materials provided to participants for the duration of the course.
***Swipe card: Only required for student attending classes at AAPoly

Please note:
·         The Student Tuition Fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.
·         Student Tuition Concession rate: 20% of Student Contribution.

AAPoly may use both state and federal funding for this course eligibility criteria does apply, Student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment

AAPoly is a Skills First registered institution. Funding may be available through the Victorian Government for eligible students to study courses that will prepare students to work in an industry with growing need for skilled workers. To see if you’re eligible for Skills First, click here.

Payment Plans
Payment plans are also available for students enrolling in certificate level courses.
Study & Career Pathways
Nationally recognised training Career opportunities
Certificate III in Hospitality - Traineeship • Fine dining waiter/waitress
• Senior bar attendant
• Function host
• Food & beverage attendant
• Gaming attendant
• Sommelier
Certificate IV Leadership & Management • Bar supervisor or team leader
• Duty manager Restaurant supervisor
• Shift manager
• Concierge
Diploma of Hospitality • Hotel manager
• Restaurant manager
• Front of house manager
• Function manager
Graduates of this certificate can also apply for the Advanced Diploma of Hospitality and higher education qualifications with Federation University, including a Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism Management.