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Certificate III in Commercial Cookery

National ID: SIT30816 | State ID: AZU5

Passionate about the smells, sights, sounds, textures and tastes of the kitchen?

The Certificate III in Commercial Cookery allows you to do what you love every day and get paid for it - through a career as a commercial chef!

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Local student - all study modes

For most courses at North Regional TAFE, you can enrol anytime. Please visit our Apply and Enrol page, contact us on 1300 996 573, email info@nrtafe.wa.edu.au or drop into your local campus.

Apprenticeships and traineeships

To undertake an apprenticeship or traineeship, you must be engaged in a training contract with an employer. To find out more about apprenticeships and traineeships, please click here.

High school students

Please visit our VET delivered to secondary students page by clicking here.

International students

Please apply through TAFE International Western Australia (TIWA) by clicking here.

Delivery location, important dates and study options

Available all year, 2019

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Overview
Duration 1 year
When Available all year
Where
How Face-to-face block delivery
Face-to-face classroom/campus delivery
Face-to-face off campus delivery
Full-time
On the job/on location
Part-time
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Ready to apply for this course? Check out the apply and enrol page for more information.

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Certificate II in Kitchen Operations

National ID: SIT20416 | State ID: AZW7

Want a taste of the commercial cookery industry?

The Certificate II in Kitchen Operations is an entry-level qualification, providing students with the basic food preparation and cookery skills required to work in a commercial kitchen.

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Study pathway

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Job opportunities

Other job titles may include:

  • Assistant cook
  • Short order cook
  • Apprentice/trainee cook
How to apply
Local student - all study modes

For most courses at North Regional TAFE, you can enrol anytime. Please visit our Apply and Enrol page, contact us on 1300 996 573, email info@nrtafe.wa.edu.au or drop into your local campus.

Apprenticeships and traineeships

To undertake an apprenticeship or traineeship, you must be engaged in a training contract with an employer. To find out more about apprenticeships and traineeships, please click here.

High school students

Please visit our VET delivered to secondary students page by clicking here.

International students

Please apply through TAFE International Western Australia (TIWA) by clicking here.

Delivery location, important dates and study options

Available all year, 2019

Qualification details

Overview

Fees and charges

Units

Overview
Duration 1 year
When Available all year
Where
How Face-to-face block delivery
Face-to-face classroom/campus delivery
Face-to-face off campus delivery
On the job/on location
Part-time
Apply now
Ready to apply for this course? Check out the apply and enrol page for more information.

Course enquiry

Want to work with people visiting Australia, providing advice or showing attractions? Study tourism and you join what is expected to be Australia’s second fastest growing industry over the next 20 years. During your studies you will gain extensive knowledge and develop practical skills that are highly regarded in this exciting industry. With travel, you can plan international and local holidays for clients. You will learn how to arrange travel bookings in an office, through a reservation computer system.

National ID State ID Title Qualification level Study mode Campus
SIT30316 AZV6 Guiding Certificate III Face-to-face block delivery
Face-to-face classroom/campus delivery
Face-to-face off campus delivery
On the job/on location
Broome Campus
Guiding, tour guide, exploring, adventure

Seeking a career that can take you places? The North West provides an exceptional setting for guide training at some of the most spectacular sites in the country.

The Certificate III in Guiding provides participants with the key skills to operate as a successful tour guide.

The course covers:

  • First aid
  • Customer service
  • Guide work
  • Leadership
  • Hazard assessment

As a tour guide you may visit many stunning remote areas including waterfalls, Indigenous art sites, World Heritage areas such as Purnunlulu National Park (Bungle Bungles), Karijini National Park and the picturesque Kimberley Coast. Previous completion of the Kakadu and Uluru Guides Accreditations contribute towards this qualification - please speak to your lecturer during the enrolment process to discuss your options.

If you are looking for a way to incorporate your enthusiasm for travel into work, then the Certificate III in Guiding could open the door to a successful career that allows you to travel the world!

Are you currently working as a tour guide? This is your chance to get formal recognition of your skills.

This course is available at other campus locations upon request.

SIT20116 AZV4 Tourism Certificate II Mixed mode
On the job/on location
Online learning – flexible/self-paced
Broome Campus
tourism, entry into tourism, tourism career, basic tourism

Seeking a career that can take you places? A qualification in the tourism industry could land you employment anywhere in the world!

The Certificate II in Tourism is an entry-level qualification providing participants with foundation knowledge of the tourism industry. Throughout this course participants will gain basic skills in customer service, best practices for researching tourism information, how the industry works and an overview of its different sectors.

This course provides an entry into the tourism industry and is suitable to undertake as part of a traineeship, either through school or a workplace.

This course is available at other campus locations upon request.

SIT30116 AZV7 Tourism Certificate III Mixed mode
On the job/on location
Online learning – flexible/self-paced
Broome Campus
Tour guide, tourism services coordinator, Certificate III, travel, adventure courses

Seeking a career that can take you places? A qualification in the tourism industry could land you employment anywhere in the world!

The Certificate III in Tourism provides a pathway to work in a range of tourism industry sectors as a tour guide, tourism services coordinator, booking agent, sales consultant and much more.  The majority of this course is self-paced via our online learning platform.

Students will work through the learning material and then complete the set tasks and activities outlined. Assessment is conducted by knowledge questions and practical tasks or projects. These may be assessed in the workplace or on campus through a real or simulated activity.

An essential part of this course is to undertake a work placement in the industry. If you are not already working in the industry, our lecturers can assist in finding you a work placement. The work placement chosen must meet the requirements of the course.

This course is available at other campus locations upon request.

SIT10116 AZW5 Tourism (Australian Indigenous Culture) Certificate I Face-to-face block delivery
Face-to-face classroom/campus delivery
Face-to-face off campus delivery
On the job/on location
Broome Campus
Indigenous training, tour guide, Aboriginal guide,

Seeking a career that can take you places?

The Certificate I in Tourism provides participants with the skills to work in a range of job roles in the tourism industry in organisations with an Indigenous focus. Student will develop their knowledge of local Indigenous culture, cultural protocols, how to obtain and understand cultural information, health and safety practices in the workplace and communication techniques.

Participants may have a very specific role, as an Australian Indigenous person or other individual approved by local elders to share aspects of their culture with visitors in a formal or informal way.

This course is available at other campus locations upon request.

SIT50116 AZU0 Travel and Tourism Management Diploma Mixed mode
On the job/on location
Online learning – flexible/self-paced
Broome Campus
Diploma of Travel, Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management, Travel agent, tourism manager, travel, tourism, visitor information centre, operations manager,

Seeking a career that can take you places? A qualification in the tourism industry could land you employment anywhere in the world!

Completing a Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management provides participants with an opportunity to take their career or own business to the next level. Participants will learn how to manage staff, finances and develop their business skills to become leaders in the industry.

Throughout this course, participants will:

  • Discover more about the laws and legislation relating to the tourism industry
  • Broaden their knowledge surrounding the major tourism regions of Australia
  • Learn how to provide customer service that makes clients want to return and spread positive word of mouth
  • Develop and manage service procedures to evaluate where business improvements can be made
  • Gain insights into developing strong business relationships and negotiation techniques
  • Learn how to effectively manage staff

This course is available at other campus locations upon request.

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If you like working with people from all walks of life and like to travel, a hospitality qualification will give you skills that can take you around the globe. Gain invaluable knowledge and experience such as barista skills, hospitality, bar skills, restaurant service skills, customer service and events management. These qualifications will assist you to work in organisations such as restaurants, hotels, motels, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops, From entry level to senior managers and supervisors.

These qualifications will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to plan, organise, prepare and cook food in a commercial kitchen environment as a qualified cook or cook in a supervisory or team leading role in the kitchen. Work would be undertaken in various kitchen settings, such as in restaurants, hotels, clubs, pubs, cafes, cafeterias, coffee shops, hospitals and aged care facilities, sporting and entertainment venues, hotel banqueting departments, cook-chill production kitchens, and mobile catering businesses of varying size.