SIT20316 – Certificate II in Hospitality (VETiS)

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Career Training Institute of Australia (CTIA)

is offering a Certificate II in Hospitality program through VETiS funding. CTIA are able to manage all your Hospitality programs delivered at school through a blended delivery model including on‐line, face to face and industry placement with various hospitality venues on the Gold Coast. Based on a minimum of 20 students, the program includes a ‘live in’ component where students experience the industry first hand during a 1 night / 2 day stay at a leading hotel on the Gold Coast. This program is designed to be delivered over 12 months, flexible arrangements can be made to meet your schools specific needs as far as contact visits, industry consolidation visits and monitoring visits to ensure your students remain on track to successfully complete. No industry partners to complete the practical training? Use ours? CTIA have been working together with various industry leaders for over 12 years to provide students with the opportunity to consolidate their skills within the various departments. CTIA will deliver this at your school at a time that is suitable for all parties. CTIA has a minimum contact hour for the course which must be adhered to. This includes school based learning, structured delivery during the hotel ‘live in’ program and unstructured self-directed study.



VETiS is funded by the VET investment budget, this means fee free training for eligible students. This funding covers the cost of the qualification and all costs associated with the training including resources and consumables and the ‘live in’ program. The school will have to cover the cost of transport associated with attending the practical workshops as part of the practical consolidation.



Designed to provide students with the opportunity to experience the hospitality industry first hand, students participate in a 2 day/1 night live in program.

Hospitality students will expect to be involved in various practical workshops during the day to consolidate their training. These include Coffee essentials, Food & Beverage operations and non-alcoholic beverage class.

All students will be provided with Breakfast, lunch and dinner at the hotel to build on their knowledge of customer service processes and provide an understanding of the dining experience within an industry context.

This part of the program is only available where CTIA delivers the full qualification to 20 or more students from the one school. As students will be required to be supervised at all times by a teacher representative, at least 1 teacher must accompany the students on the “Live in” experience.


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