Hospitality is a fast-paced and dynamic industry with a range of career options waiting for you! The Certificate III in Hospitality will give you the skills and knowledge you need to succeed!
Possible positions include:
- Espresso Coffee Machine Operator
- Food and Beverage Attendant
- Front Desk Receptionist
- Gaming Attendant
- Restaurant Host
- Senior Bar Attendant
There are no entry requirements for this qualification.
Refer to any prerequisite requirements within the Course Structure below.
Our training options are flexible to meet the needs of every student. Training options include face to face, a combination of face to face and online, work based training or traineeships. Average course duration is between 12-18 months.
Students will attend 36 Service periods which will be determined by industry and the applicable establishment. Service periods may range between 3-6 hours per day, 2 days a week until complete. Service periods have been quantified in hourly increments, with a maximum of 6 hours per day.
Select for a detailed list of core and elective units
The total number of units - 15
- Core units - 6
- Elective units - 9
|Source and use information on the hospitality industry
|Work effectively in hospitality service
|Provide service to customers
|Show social and cultural sensitivity
|Coach others in job skills
|Participate in safe work practices
|Apply communication skills
|Clean premises and equipment
|Serve food and beverage
|Prepare and serve non-alcoholic beverages
|Provide advice on food
|Sell to the retail customer
|Use hygienic practices for food safety
|Participate in safe food handling practices
|Receive, store and maintain stock
Elective units may vary. Please
- SITXFSA005 Use hygienic practices for food safety (embedded in the course).
Additional Course Details
Additional information about the course can be found at: training.gov.au - SIT30622 - Certificate III in Hospitality
Please contact our office on 1300 483 486 if you have any questions. We can discuss customisation of the course to suit your needs. Alternatively, you can
The Fine Print
Work placement is a compulsory component to the assessment process. VERTO will assist you to organise this placement which commences no later than Week 10 of the course. Completion of practical tasks in the course require a black uniform and enclosed footwear.
Smart and Skilled funding
This training is subsidised by the New South Wales Government. Eligibility criteria apply, and concession fees are available for some learners. Find out more at Smart and Skilled - Are You Eligible? Fee-for-service and personalised payment plan options are also available.