Hospitality, Travel & Tourism Courses
|Diploma of Hospitality||24 months||Diploma of Travel and Tourism||60 weeks||Diploma of Travel and Tourism (TAFE)||24 months||Diploma of Travel and Tourism Skill Set (pre-requisites)||9 months|
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Taking your travel career for a flight test?
Try our introductory or entry-level courses for the aviation industry. This could lead you to roles in hospitality, flight or ground operations in the airline sector.
Looking for a recognised qualification?
A Certificate IV in Hospitality or Tourism will give you a comprehensive skill set you can then employ in any service role in the industry.
Want to step up to management?
A Diploma or Advanced Diploma will give you the knowledge of operations and management skills you need to consolidate your experience and take your career to new heights.
See the world and welcome others into yours with a qualification in the hospitality, travel and tourism sector. This industry covers everything from food and beverage service to providing travel advice, plus tourism management. Secure a role in this exciting industry or use its foundational skills in other service and management roles, Why not start a Hospitality Course today?
- Step into a supervisory roles with a Certificate IV course or let your career take flight with an Advanced Diploma.
- Entry-level positions range from travel agent to concierge, which can progress to roles such as tour operator and hotel manager.
- Call a CoursesNow consultant on 1300 192 927 to find out if you're suited to a particular Hospitality, Travel or Tourism course.
The hospitality, travel and tourism industry is broad so you can expect your qualification to open doors to careers as diverse as a jet setting flight attendant, a restaurant manager, a tourism consultant or a hotelier.
Graduates will emerge with the service and management skills to understand and address customer needs and have a thorough understanding of operations in their chosen field. They will also acquire key business skills that will enable them to work in other industries if desired.
The industry is large with many niches where graduates can enter and progress. While the accommodation sector is changing and likely to remain relatively steady, tourism and travel operators will see some growth, as will hospitality workers in the food and beverage sector.
Industry associations range from professional bodies such as the Australian Federation of Travel Agents, the Travel and Tourism Research Association and the Australian Tourism Export Council, to unions such as United Voice for hospitality workers or the Australian Workers Union for the hospitality, food and events sectors.