FNTC Hospitality Courses

Expand your career options with a Certificate in Hospitality.

Hospitality Courses

As the tourism and hospitality industry continues to grow, with a growing number of hotels, cafes and restaurants, there are likely to be increased employment opportunities for skilled labor. In the hospitality industry you can work your way up in the area you enjoy most and where you think makes the best use of your talent and experience. If you have the itch to spread your wings, provided you work hard to top up your skills, nothing should stop you from one day moving into a totally different role. You could move from a back of house position into a customer-facing one and vice versa.

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Responsible Service of Alcohol

In Queensland it is mandatory that you have an Responsible Service of Alcohol certificate for all staff working within the hospitality industry. Students will learn to sell or serve alcoholic beverages responsibly; assess alcohol affected customers and identify customers to whom sale or service should be refused; assist customers to drink within appropriate limits; refuse service of…

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Certificate III in Tourism

Students successfully completing a Certificate III in Tourism will be eligible to apply for employment within the Tourism  Industry. Employment positions range from an attraction or theme park attendant; inbound tour coordinato; operations consultant for a tour operator; reservation sales agent for a tour operator; sales consultant; visitor information officer; plus many more opportunities.

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Certificate III in Hospitality

Supported by the strong tourism sector, hospitality is one of the largest employers in Tropical North Queensland. Gain the competitive edge in securing work and enrol in our Certificate III in Hospitality as an apprentice or a full-time student. Teaching you all the critical hands-on practical skills, this Certificate will enable you to work in a variety of…

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Certificate III in Commercial Cookery

This program will provide a pathway to work as a commercial cook in organisations such as restaurants, hotels, clubs, pubs, cafes, cafeterias and coffee shops.

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Prepare and serve espresso coffee

Prepare and Serve Espresso Coffee provides students with the opportunity to develop basic skills and knowledge required to make espresso coffees including café latte, cappuccino, flat white, mochachino, short and long macchiato, long blacks and ristretto. You will learn how to set up, operate, maintain and clean coffee equipment including the espresso machine and grinder.

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Housekeeping Skill Set

This qualification reflects the role of Housekeeping attendants working in commercial hospitality establishment.

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Use hygienic practices for food safety

This is a core unit for most hospitality qualifications including Certificate I and II qualifications and is designed as an introductory unit for students starting their working life in the hospitality industry.

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Certificate II in Hospitality

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who use a defined and limited range of hospitality operational skills. They are involved in mainly routine and repetitive tasks using practical skills and basic industry knowledge. They work under direct supervision.

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Participate in safe food handling practices

Created to meet Australian legal requirements and provide a comprehensive understanding of Food Safety in the workplace, the Food Safety Supervisor course prepares the student with an extensive understanding of the role a food safety supervisor must play within the workplace.