VETiS

Who is eligible to participate?

CTIA offers Certificate I and Certificate II qualifications in Tourism and Hospitality funded by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training’s VET investment budget.

CTIA can tailor a training program to meet the individual needs of your school.

Programs provide an introduction to the tourism and hospitality industries and could lead to entry level positions within these two rapidly growing employment areas. Successful completion of a Certificate II qualification may enable students to gain an additional 4 QCE points, will assist students by building on their employability skills and will enhance success with resumes, applications and interviews by showing an understanding of cultural awareness in today’s society.

With the introduction of the ATAR system, CTIA is working closely with schools to assist in tailoring programs and extending qualifications to a Certificate III level. These programs are being designed to be delivered within your current school curriculum.

SAS to Nationally Recognised Qualification – For schools currently providing Tourism and Hospitality under SAS, please speak to us regarding an arrangement enabling your school to deliver a Certificate II Tourism or Hospitality giving students a nationally recognised qualification and providing a pathway to Certificate III qualification to align with QCAA requirements..

Hospitality

SIT20216 – Certificate II in Hospitality

CTIA offers Certificate I and Certificate II qualifications in Tourism and Hospitality funded by the Department of Employment, Department of Employment, Small Business and Training’s VET investment budget.

On successful completion of a Certificate II course, students have the option to progress to a Certificate III level qualification for a nominal fee.

CTIA can tailor a training program to meet the individual needs of your school.

Programs provide an introduction to the tourism and hospitality industries and could lead to entry level positions within these two rapidly growing employment areas. Successful completion of a Certificate II qualification may enable students to gain an additional 4 QCE points, will assist students by building on their employability skills and will enhance success with resumes, applications and interviews by showing an understanding of cultural awareness in today’s society.

With the introduction of the ATAR system, CTIA is working closely with schools to assist in tailoring programs and extending qualifications to a Certificate III level. These programs are being designed to be delivered within your current school curriculum.

SAS to Nationally Recognised Qualification – For schools currently providing Tourism and Hospitality under SAS, please speak to us regarding an arrangement enabling your school to deliver a Certificate II Tourism or Hospitality giving students a nationally recognised qualification and providing a pathway to Certificate III qualification to align with QCAA requirements..

Tourism

CTIA brings a unique opportunity in training to the school involving face to face, research activities and a “hands on” experience as learning is taken out of the classroom and students are immersed in both the tourism industry and local Indigenous culture.

SIT20116 – Certificate II in Tourism

There are a number of cultural awareness program options available to consolidate the theory delivery of the Certificate II in Tourism. Depending on your location you may be able to choose from one of the following:

SIT10116 - Certificate I in Tourism
(Australian Indigenous Culture)

Students completing the Certificate I in Tourism (Australian Indigenous Culture) have the opportunity to consolidate their theory training by attending the Indigenous cultural experience. In conjunction with Balunjali this one day program which departs from the Gold Coast where students kayak to South Stradbroke Island with local experienced Indigenous guides.

VETiS

With the introduction of the ATAR system, CTIA is working closely with schools to assist in tailoring programs and extending qualifications to a Certificate III level.

Specialist training in Hospitality, and Tourism

CTIA brings a unique opportunity in training to the school involving face to face, research activities and a “hands on” experience as learning is taken out of the classroom and students are immersed in both the tourism industry and local Indigenous culture.

Students completing the Certificate I in Tourism (Australian Indigenous Culture) have the opportunity to consolidate their theory training by attending the Indigenous cultural experience. In conjunction with Balunjali this one day program which departs from the Gold Coast where students kayak to South Stradbroke Island with local experienced Indigenous guides.

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SIT10116 – Certificate I in Tourism (Australian Indigenous Culture)

SIT20116 -
Certificate II in Tourism

SIT20316 –
Certificate II in Hospitality (VETiS)