CAREERS IN FOOD​

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Learn to prepare and cook a range of dishes, appetisers & salads, operate a bar, prepare and serve coffee and of course, provide a service to customers.
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Learn skills to work in restaurants, bars, hotels, motels, cafes, pubs and clubs.
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Tailored assistance and integrated learner support to while you undertake a nationally recognised qualification.
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Want to work in cafe, hotel or restaurant? We can help you gain the skills! 

WHAT WILL I LEARN?

Our “Careers in Food” Program provides you with support training while undertaking a course in Certificate II in Hospitality. This course will help you gain the skills and knowledge to work places such as restaurants, hotels, clubs, pubs, cafes, cafeterias, function centres and coffee shops. 

You will learn hands-on training through our practical workshops and gain work experience through our coffee trailer “Java Train”

The program will prepare you for the skills needed to work in hospitality while you prepare for 3-days work at our local expo where you can showcase your training to potential employers – start your career pathway today.

What jobs could I do? 

Barista (Espresso Coffee Machine Operator)

Food and Beverage Attendant

Front Desk Receptionist

Function Attendant

Function Host

Housekeeper

Bar Attendant

Wait Staff

What do I need to enrol? 

  • You must be at least 15 years old before you can start this course. 
  • You will need to do a Language, Literacy and Numeracy test (LLN) before a place can be offered.
  • If you receive income support from Centrelink, you may be eligible for Austudy, or other assistance. 
  • Additional requirements below.

Start Dates: Tuesday 29th September 2020

The course runs for 17-weeks. Three days per week from 9:00am to 3:00pm

You will be required to work in a range of places including community clubs, mobile food trucks, cafes and restaurants on some evenings, and weekends. These hours may start at 6:00 am and may end around 11:00 pm. 

The course is going to include work you do at home and 12 shifts in a workplace as arranged by Abundance College Inc. 

 

We recommend you contact us to discuss course fees and other information about this course. 

Students need to attend classes at Redlands Boat Club  located at 1 William Street, Cleveland QLD 4163 for a minimum of 18 contact hours per week. Students will be given a timetable during orientation.

Students will be required to complete learning activities and assessment tasks at home as instructed by your trainer during your lessons.

Students will be required to completed both theory using an online learning system and practicals in a commercial kitchen, bar and coffee station.

All students are required to wear a uniform in accordance with our selected employers dress code while attending workplace training.

You will be provided with a shirt, black pants and closed in black shoes after fitting has taken place. 

Students who have completed some of the course previously may be eligible for credit transfers or recognition of prior learning. More information can be received by contacting our office or talking to your trainer. 

Upon successful completion of all units of competency, and meeting the requirements of the assessments, you will be issued with a nationally recognised transcript and certificate outlining the competencies achieved. If you withdrawal before completing the units of competency, a statement of attainment may be issued for any completed units of competency achieved during your course. 

After completing this course, you may be able to study a Certificate III in Hospitality. 

How many subjects do I need to do? 

The Certificate II in Hospitality course consists of 15 units of competency with 7 essential units and 8 elective units. The elective units can be changed to meet the needs of your employer if you are working. 

This course will be completed through Designer Life RTO.

BSBWOR203Work Effectively with Others
SITHIND002Source and Use Information on the Hospitality Industry
SITXWHS001Participate in Safe Work Practices
SITXCCS006Provide Service to Customers
SITHIND004Work Effectively in Hospitality Service
SITXCOM002Show Social and Cultural Sensitivity
SITXHRM001Coach Others in Job Skills
SITHFAB005Prepare and Serve Espresso Coffee
SITHFAB004Prepare and Serve Non-Alcoholic Beverages
SITHFAB007Serve Food and Beverage
SITXFSA002Participate in Safe Food Handling Practices
SITHFAB002Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol
HLTAID003Provide First Aid
SITHFAB003Operate a Bar
SITXFSA001Use Hygiene Practices for Food Safety
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