Certificate III in Hospitality (Food & Beverage)
Certificate III in Hospitality (Food & Beverage) provides participants with a suite of skills they need to work in hospitality up to a supervisory role.
This qualifications includes certificates in Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA), Food Safety Handler, Food Safety Supervisor, Responsible Service of Gaming (RSG) and Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S). The certificates are, in most cases, pre requisites to gaining employment.
Practical classes in coffee making, bar operations and waiter are held concurrently with the short course qualifications. Participants are trained in the "service cycle" and learn everything from setting tables, to seating customers, to taking orders, to serving drinks, serving plates of food, clearing tables and finalising the customer account and then everything in between.
Participants are also trained in bar operations. Participants learn how to set up a bar for service, take drink orders and then prepare and serve alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks, including Cocktails. Prepare and finalise customer accounts and process financial transaction.
Participants learn how to coach other staff in job duties, how to manage a food safety plan and get an understanding of the demands of management.
Participants are also offered the opportunity to complete a Level 2 First Aid certificate, as part of the course.
The course timetable is offered 2 days per week for 16 weeks at Hospitality Training Australia training centres. Students will study this course at our centres at 250 Collins Street, Melbourne (between Swanston Street and Elizabeth Street) and Schon Cafe, Bar & Restaurant, 112 Peel Street, North Melbourne (next to Queen Victoria Market).
- Telephone Admissions on 03 9639 5551;
- Email [email protected]
- Visit us at Level 6, 250 Collins Street, Melbourne;
- Book online.
The $225.00 enrolment fee entitles eligible individual students to receive:
- Student workbooks for all study modules;
- Full participation in all training and assessment activities;
- Certificate III in Hospitality, Statement of results and compliance certification (RSA, RSG, RSF, OHS, Level 2 First Aid, Food Safety Supervisor);
- Resume development assistance;
- Work placement assistance and post training support sessions with students;
- Apron; waiters friend; shirt; diary, pen and bag.
Students applying for the Certificate III in Hospitality (Food & Beverage) course will be enrolled into the Certificate IV in Hospitality (Supervision). At completion of the Certificate III in Hospitality students can withdraw and receive a certificate to this level, or they can opt to continue their enrolment into Certificate IV in Hospitality (Supervision).
The Certificate III in Hospitality (Food & Beverage) course includes these nationally recognised units of competence:
Hospitality Training Australia assists students to strengthen their resume and employability. Trainers work with students on personal grooming, interview skills, provide them a resume and they receive short course certification (RSA, RSF, RSG, OHS, First Aid, Food Safety Supervisor) to add to their resume.
Students are then directed towards applying for well paid, meaningful jobs within the hospitality industry.