Certificate II in Hospitality

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Description

Course Summary

Career Focused Outcome

Our Certificate II in Hospitality is a nationally accredited course. With it, comes a collection of the most in-demand training units required by today's hospitality industry. 

Students completing this course receive additional certificates in: 

  • SITHFAB204 Provide responsible service of alcohol
  • SITHGAM204 Provide responsible service of gambling
  • SITXFSA101 Use hygienic practices for food safety
  • HLTAID003 Provide first aid

Mixed Online and Classroom

This course combines the flexibility of online learning with the importance of classroom-based training elements. Students will spend five days learning at our Melbourne Training Centre, then complete the remainder of their course at-home through our online learning portal. 

Course Fee

Our Certificate II in Hospitality is delivered through the support of Skills for Victoria. Eligible students can enrol for just $300. 

Find out if you're eligible today by visiting our online eligibility test

Course Information

Current intake is full, please contact admissions for next intake or a link for the next intake.

Current Intakes

Current intake is full, please contact admissions for next intake or a link for the next intake.

Location

Melbourne Training Centre
Level 6, 250 Collins Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000
Phone: 1300 659 557
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Trainer Profiles

Jeanne is a career chef who holds a TAA40104 Training & Assessment qualification and has over 20 years experience within the hospitality and catering industry. Jeanne loves her students and takes great pride in getting quality results from their input.
Raelene has had the joy of running every aspect of her successful 7 days a week fully licensed café that could seat 100 people, for 9yrs. Instructing staff, perfecting her cooking skills and learning about accounting has paved the way for her next adventure.  Raelene completed her Certificate I...
Tracey’s role at HTA is to deliver short courses, certificate & diploma courses and onsites in both cookery & food & beverage. Tracey’s has enjoyed a hospitality career span over 25 years commencing when she was still completing her Secondary Schooling. Her scope of employmen...
Jonathan holds a TAE40110 Training & Assessment qualification and working with children certificate. He has over 5 years of Hospitality Management experience both in Australia and his native country India. 
Mirco has enjoyed a hospitality career span over three decades. European trained, he has worked in international hotels and resorts both in Europe and Australia. He has held various positions in Food and Beverage Management; Maître d'hôtel, Restaurant Manager, Banquets Manager and Food & Bev...
Jonathon holds a TAE40110 and is a passionate hospitality professional with over 20 years of experience within the hospitality sector including chef to hotel management. He is passionate about educating the hospitality professionals of the future. 
Haley Gunn is an energetic and highly motivated customer service professional with extensive experience in the food service industry. Her expertise lies in working in fine dining restaurants performing all roles with top-quality service with over 10 years experience in front of house roles. Sh...
Daniela Durik holds a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment as well as a Diploma in Hospitality Management. She has 15 years of experience in the hospitality industry, including 2 years experience as a Barista Trainer at Retail Food Group and is the co-owner of Ditzy Dani's Ca...
Giovanni Raggi holds an Italian Diploma in Hospitality and Commercial Cookery and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. He has more than 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry and performed a wide variety of roles both in Europe and Australia including working in luxury hotels, as...
Dean Miller joined Hospitality Training Australia in 2009 as the head chef of Schӧn Training Restaurant. With 15 years of industry experience, Dean has worked in a variety of successful commercial establishments holding positions as head chef, sous chef and chef de partie. Dean also gained experienc...
Kevin has been involved in the Vocation Education and Training industry for over twenty years and the emergency management field for over fifteen years. Kevin has extensive experience in the managing and delivery of training to public, private and government organizations, previously as Head of Depa...

Course Cost

Easy to Manage Course Fees

The cost of our Certificate II in Hospitality is $300. This fee is subject to eligibility criteria through the Skills for Victoria program..

Eligibility

Our Certificate II in Hospitality is delivered through the support of Skills for Victoria. Eligible students can complete this course for just $300. 

To find out if you're eligible for this course, use our online eligibility test or contact us for more information. 

Concessions

Concessions are available with this course. Health Care card holders who meet the eligibility criteria for Skills for Victoria funding will only have to pay $30 to complete this course. 

Course Outline

Course Structure

This course has a blended learning strategy that combines online learning with eight days of practical hands on training. 

Over one week, students will complete eight days of practical training at our Melbourne Training Centre, followed by online learning from home. We advise for an allowance of 8 weeks to complete online learning elements. 

  • Eight days of practical training
  • Up to eight weeks of online learning
  • Eight work occasions

Practical training elements are completed at our Melbourne Training Centre, situated in the heart of Melbourne's CBD. Level 6, 250 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

Outcome Skills

Successful graduates from this course will understand key in-demand skill areas.

  • Food service operations – such as catering venues, À la carte and cafés
  • Compliance accreditation – including first aid, RSA and RSG
  • Professional coffee service – covering coffee grinding, milk texturing and coffee history

Units of Competency 

BSBWOR203B Work effectively with others
SITHIND202 Use hospitality skills effectively (Passport)
SITXCCS202 Interact with customers
SITHIND201 Source and use information on the hospitality industry
SITXCOM201 Show social and cultural sensitivity
SITXWHS101 Participate in safe work practices
SITXFSA101 Use hygienic practices for food safety
SITHFAB101 Clean and tidy bar areas
SITHFAB204 Prepare and serve espresso coffee
SITHFAB201 Provide responsible service of alcohol
SITHFAB206 Serve food and beverage
SITHGAM201 Provide responsible gambling services

 

Employment

Intended Job Outcomes

Course Qualifications

Part of this qualification will include short course accreditations that incorporate:

  • SITHFAB204 Provide responsible service of alcohol
  • SITHGAM204 Provide responsible service of gambling
  • SITXFSA101 Use hygienic practices for food safety

These certificates are, in most cases, prerequisites to gaining employment.

Career Pathways

Our Certificate II in Hospitality has been prepared by industry professionals to equip students with the skills needed for a range of hospitality workplaces.

Common work areas include:

  • Cafés and Eateries
  • Restaurants and Bistros 
  • Bars and Clubs
  • The Catering Sector
  • Cruise Ships and Tourism Areas