Hospitality Management

Manage teams that include, but are not limited to, front desk staff, housekeeping, restaurant management, entertainment venues, and retail to provide a positive guest experience.

Hospitality Management Courses

If you want to gain real world skills to enter Hospitality Management then entry level courses for you are 'Diploma of Hospitality Management - SIT50416' and 'Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management - SIT60316'.

Diploma of Hospitality Management – SIT50416

A diploma in Hospitality Management comes in after students have completed Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery to pursue a fulfilling career in the hospitality sector. You will learn how to improve your customer service abilities, manage your finances on a budget, and deal with employees and regulatory needs. The learning style is a mix of hands-on and theoretical, and it will teach you all you need to know to become highly skilled in hospital management.

The Diploma in Hospitality Management is offered as a second-year study for international students.

Diploma of Hospitality Management Course Fees

Tuition fees for Diploma of Hospitality Management is between A$6,000 to A$16,000 depending on the college you choose.

Diploma of Hospitality Management Course Duration

Diploma of Hospitality Management is of 6 months duration.

Possible Career Outcomes after studying Diploma of Hospitality Management

The career options after completing this program that you could have are Front of House Manager, Cafe or Restaurant Owner, Hospitality Manager, Food and Beverage Manager, Functions Manager and Bar Manager.

Diploma of Hospitality Management Course Admission Requirements (for International Applications)

Academic IELTS score of 5.5 overall with a minimum of 5.0 in all bands or equivalent.

Satisfactory completion of Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery or overseas equivalent.

Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management - SIT60316

Advanced Diploma in Hospitality Management is a professional pathway to develop the industry skillset for hospitality leadership, consolidating your knowledge of management principles and best practices to enable you to lead and manage confidence.

This advanced diploma builds on the Diploma in Hospitality Management and provides students committed to a successful career in hospitality management with an unparalleled learning experience. You will discover the specific skill set required for delivering excellent hospitality in various locations and companies, preparing you for management roles in a variety of venues and enterprises.

The course will broaden your understanding of hospitality and allow you to investigate theoretical concepts that will help you improve your hospitality skills. You will learn vital skills in company planning, asset management, finance, human resources, and marketing, which will prepare you for jobs.

Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management Course Fees

Tuition fees for Diploma of Hospitality Management is between A$6,000 to A$16,000 depending on the college you choose.

Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management Course Duration

Diploma of Hospitality Management is of 6 months duration.

Possible Career Outcomes after studying Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management

The career options after completing this program that you could have are Restaurateur Owner, Executive Chef, Restaurant Manager, Banquet Manager, Kitchen Operations Manager, Food & Beverage Manager, Food Entrepreneur, and Catering Manager.

Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management Course Admission Requirements (for International Applications)

Academic IELTS score of 5.5 overall with a minimum of 5.0 in all bands or equivalent.

Satisfactory completion of Year 12 or overseas equivalent.

Applicants must have completed Diploma in Hospitality Management (SIT50416).

Hospitality Management Course Locations

You can study Hospitality Management in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra, Hobart, Darwin, Geelong, Ballarat.

Institutions where you can study Hospitality Management

You can study Hospitality Management in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Geelong, Sydney, Wollongong, Newcastle, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Darwin, and Hobart. Some of the prominent institutions are as follows:

Hospitality Management Course Perth (WA)

North Metropolitan TAFE – Perth

South Metropolitan TAFE - Perth

Hospitality Management Course Adelaide (SA)

TAFE SA - Adelaide

Quality Training and Hospitality College Adelaide

Le Cordon Bleu Adelaide

Hospitality Management Course Melbourne (VIC)

Gordon TAFE Geelong

Kangan TAFE Melbourne

William Angliss Institute of TAFE Melbourne

Le Cordon Bleu Melbourne

Chisholm TAFE Melbourne

Holmesglen TAFE Melbourne

Hospitality Management Course Darwin (NT)

Charles Darwin University Vocational Education and Training Darwin

Hospitality Management Course Sydney (NSW)

TAFE NSW Sydney

Hospitality Management Course Brisbane (QLD)

TAFE Queensland Brisbane

Hospitality Management Course Hobart (TAS)

Tasmania TAFE Hobart

Hospitality Management Course Canberra (ACT)

Canberra Institute of Technology

Hospitality Management Occupation in Demand

Studying Hospitality Management allows you to nominate the occupations of Cafe or Restaurant Manager, Hotel or Motel Manager, Accommodation and Hospitality Managers and Conference and Event Organiser for Australian General Skilled Migration. These occupations are on the Short‑term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL).

Pathway to Temporary and Permanent Visas

An applicant who nominates an occupation on the STSOL list can apply for a:

‘Temporary Skills Shortage Subclass 482 Visa’,

‘Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) Subclass 494 Visa’,

‘Skilled Nominated Subclass 190 Visa’,

‘Skilled Regional (Provisional) Subclass 491 Visa’,

‘Permanent Residence (Permanent Regional) Subclass 191 Visa’.

Hospitality Management Global Industry

The global economy has grown by more than three percent per year. World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) identifies the hospitality industry as the leading global value creation driver. A study published by the WTTC suggests a global contribution of 8800 billion USD to the global economy by the hospitality industry, representing approximately 10% of the world’s total GDP.

In China and India, business travel growth is due to the constant pace of economic growth in this part of the world, contributing to the rise in demand for chefs and cooks.

Hospitality Management Australian Industry

The Australian hospitality industry has shown constant growth for the last few years and is projected to continue to grow in near future. As per National Skills Commission the jobs for chefs and cooks will grow at more than 10% over next 5 years. This means the demand for skilled professionals in this industry will be high.

Hospitality Managers Weekly Earnings

The average salary for a manager in hospitality industry in Australia is A$70k with going up to A$80K depending upon the experience.

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