Hospitality Courses

The Hospitality Industry is not going anywhere. People will always need somewhere nice to stay and a friendly face to serve them when they go out for dinner with their loved ones. The Australian Governments’ Job Outlook Initiative confirms that the hospitality industry is expected to remain stable with minimal growth over the next 5 years. This is good news because it means the market is not at risk of oversaturation and only the people who work hard will rise to the top of an organisation. If you know you are a hard worker and want to pursue a career in hospitality, make an enquiry from our course list below.

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Certificate in Viticulture

(Study Method: Online)

Passionate about wine and love visiting vineyards, doing wine tasting and learning about the different types of grapes that make up specific wines? Why not consider studying The Certificate in Viticulture and making a career out of your passion? Make an enquiry now!

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Certificate in Ecotourism

(Study Method: Online)

The Certificate in Ecotourism will teach you all there is to know about nature as a tourist destination. You will also learn about eco-friendly accommodation and facilities, how to plan and lead an ecotourism activity, how to interpret both aquatic and land environments, and so much more.

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Jobs & Salaries in Hospitality

As mentioned above, the Hospitality industry is undergoing a steady growth over the next 5 years. In 2017, statistics show from the Australian Governments’ Job Outlook Initiative that the number of Accommodation and Hospitality managers in Australia was around 9,600 and is expected to rise to 9,700 by 2022. This can be perceived as a positive and a negative at the same time.

With this steady growth, it means there will be fewer job opportunities becoming available for Hospitality Managers and only the best of the best will be given positions.

Depending on how serious you want to go with your career in hospitality, this might be something to consider. By studying hospitality management whilst working in the field can be extremely useful in a gaining a promotion into management.

Occupation Overview For this Industry:

  • Common Job Titles:
    – Restaurant Manager
    – Backpackers Manager
    – Boarding House Manager
    – Casino Duty Manager
    – Guest House Manager
    – Hostel Manager
    – Reception Centre Manager
  • Average Salary: $60,787 per year
  • Locations: Other Accommodation and Hospitality Managers work in ALL regions of Australia.
  • Full-time: More than half of Hospitality managers work full-time.
  • Age: The average age is 51 years. Many workers in this industry are 45 years or older.
  • Gender: 54.8% of workers are female

For more information on how you can get started with your career in Hospitality Management, make an enquiry from the course list above.