Study Cookery Hotel Management Tourism Hospitality in Australia
The hospitality and tourism industry is exciting, fun, rewarding, diverse and no two days are the same! Whatever your background and qualifications, there is a job waiting for you! A career in the hospitality industry provides the possibility of work in cities all over the world.
The nature of tourism has developed extensively in scope and direction, away from traditional activities, such as the sunshine sand and sea holidays to a wide range of new activities such as cultural tourism, adventure tourism, sport and leisure activities and eco-tourism.
The hotel industry is unique in offering young people so many different career paths to choose from. Leaping into hotels doesn’t mean you’re stuck forever in the first role you land in.
Hospitality Hotel Management
If you love working with people and thrive in a fast paced environment, a career in hospitality can offer you opportunities in Australia and internationally. The sky is the limit with a career in hospitality, putting you right where the action is.
Australia’s hospitality training providers, offering an abundance of work experience opportunities on campus, in industry and at special events. Hospitality Industry Placement or Internship program can catapult you into an exciting career from the word go.
Practical hospitality skills and relevant experience. You’ll also gain practical experience in front-of-house operations in training restaurants. Depending on the specialist stream you choose, you’ll refine your skills in other specialist training facilities including wine, accommodation suites and training kitchens.
- Certificate III in Hospitality
- Certificate IV in Hospitality
- Diploma of Hospitality
- Advanced Diploma of Hospitality
- Bachelor of Hospitality Management
Cookery Culinary Arts
Cookery is the essence of the hospitality industry, and is an incredibly creative and rewarding occupation. Courses are designed to give both apprentices and full time students the very best preparation for a career in commercial cookery. You’ll develop the fundamental skills and knowledge required in professional cooking and kitchen management using state-of-the art facilities.
What can I become? A career in cookery could take you all over the world with opportunities existing in cafes, casinos and restaurants globally. The possibilities are endless. You could even find yourself trotting the globe with a job on a cruise ship!
- Certificate II in Kitchen Operations
- Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery
- Bachelor of Culinary Management
The tourism industry is vast, varied and dynamic. How could it be otherwise, when it’s focused on travelling? Travellers range from international backpackers on working holidays and domestic holiday-makers to sports fans in town to see big events and business people attending meetings, conferences and conventions.
What can I become?
Tourism qualifications are your passport to plum jobs in travel agencies, airlines, car rental organisations, tour wholesale companies, convention or exhibition organisations, local government, and shipping or cruise lines. You could work in areas such as customer sales, ticket issuing, fare calculations or tour costing, marketing planning, advertising and promotions, product development, brochure production, tour planning and guiding, and a whole lot more. The opportunities are endless.
- Certificate III in Tourism
- Certificate III in Tourism (specialising in Events)
- Certificate IV in Guiding
- Diploma of Travel and Tourism
- Diploma of Travel and Tourism (specialising in Ecotourism)
- Advanced Diploma of Travel and Tourism
- Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management
For more information about food, tourism and hospitality study in Australia click through here and/or contact Andrew Smith at AIEC direct for advice and guidance.