SIT20322 – Certificate II in Hospitality (Traineeship)

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Career Training Institute of Australia (CTIA)

is offering a Certificate II in Hospitality program through Australian Apprenticeships. This qualification reflects the role of individuals who have a defined and limited range of hospitality operational skills and basic industry knowledge. They are involved in mainly routine and repetitive tasks and work under direct supervision. This qualification is suitable for VET in Schools (VETiS) delivery and for an Australian Apprenticeship pathway. This qualification provides a pathway to work in various hospitality settings, such as restaurants, hotels, motels, catering operations, clubs, pubs, cafés, and coffee shops. This program is designed to be delivered over 12 months or 600 – 1200 hours, flexible arrangements can be made to meet your specific needs as far as contact visits, industry consolidation visits and monitoring visits to ensure you remain on track to successfully complete your qualification. SAT’s must work a minimum of 50 days in the 12 month period.




Part funding is made available by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (DESBT), the employer/student is also required to make a co-contribution to the cost of this course. The co-contribution fee for this course is $900.00, this includes the mandatory Student contribution fees under the User Choice program which are set at $1.60 per nominal hour for each unit of competency/module to be calculated at the commencement of the unit of competency/module. In some cases, an RTO may provide either a partial or full exemption for a student in respect to the co-contribution fee (see student handbook). School based trainees are not required to pay a co-contribution fee while they are still at school. Existing Workers are not funded under the User Choice program for this qualifications and are charged at the rate of $2,600.00. Full QLD government funding is provided for Priority Population Groups (PPG) are those declared on the national Apprenticeship/Traineeship Contract, such as individuals of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin, individuals from a non-English speaking background and individuals with a disability, impairment or long term condition. Please discuss your individual situation with us.



  • Full-time apprentices and trainees work and train an average of 38 hours a week and have ongoing employment.
  • Part-time apprentices and trainees are rostered to work on a regular basis, working and training no less than 15 hours per week, averaged over a four week cycle.
  • Existing workers may be employed as an apprentice or trainee (as long as they are not casual).



  • Gain practical hands on experience in your industry of choice
  • Get paid work while completing your training
  • Provides you with a pathway to further education
  • Gain formal recognition of your skills and knowledge
  • Gain a nationally recognised qualification
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  • Shane