These institutions all deliver equivalent outcomes
This nationally accredited qualification meets the same educational standards regardless of which institution you choose to study with. Institutions may deliver their course content differently, but the outcomes are equivalent and recognised Australia wide.
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A Certificate II provides you with the skills and knowledge to perform routine tasks and procedures. On completion you’ll be competent to perform these tasks in defined contexts.
Course curriculum is developed by industry, so you’ll build relevant, practical skills that are valued by employers.
Qualifications don’t have to be completed in sequential order. You can start your study journey at the qualification level that suits your career goals and previous experience.
Other Food and Hospitality qualifications
The most suitable qualification for you can depend on your level of experience and education.
Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management)
In this degree you'll gain the skills to effectively manage hotels, restaurants and resorts while also building a foundation in business studies.