Hospitality Diploma - Fiji to Australia


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The best trained hospitality students in the Pacific. Study in the international tourist hub of Fiji and complete studies in Sydney Australia.

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Hospitality Diploma - Fiji to Australia

  1. 1. The best trained Hospitality employees in the Pacific
  2. 2. It’s a full time TAFE diploma leading to Degree.• Qualityacademic and hands-on programmesoffered in collaboration with Australian Tafe/ reputable affiliated institutes around theworld• Industrial relevant curriculum taught byindustry specialists• Advanced suite of training facilities
  3. 3. This course meets the needs of current Industry requirements  Local  Ethical  Quality
  4. 4.  Maximum number of students - 50 - 25 students from Fiji - 25 international students
  5. 5. Expectation on students to stay with thesponsoring company for 3 – 5 years.Employers may require a formal contract ofagreement students commitment back to thecompany.
  6. 6. Why our students will be sought after in the industry Highest quality tuition. Exceptional training with a mix of the theory and on the job practical experience. Based on the Australian Qualification designed by the Hospitality industry to meet current international industry standards.
  7. 7.  Two years to complete (4 semesters) 3 days per week learning theory and practice 4 days applying knowledge in the workplace Competency based – supports performance management
  8. 8. To the Students1 year in Fiji and 2 nd in AustraliaCross Credit toward University Degree Program
  9. 9. To the student. Career pathway established leading to internationally recognised qualifications Grow in maturity and responsibility Opportunity to learn new skills and techniques in the industry Develop international networks and new business relationships Become self-directed learners, knowing how to access and use new information
  10. 10. Higher education gives the student: Improved problem solving skills Ethical behaviour Presentation skills Improved time management The Diploma can be cross credited to a degree
  11. 11. To the employer Outcomes are directly related to the business needs. Will ensure your company has a competitive edge. Value for money Students will have an holistic understanding of the Hospitality Industry. Increased productivity. “Flow on” effect to other staff. Ensures the transfer of training back to the workplace. Succession planning
  12. 12.  Skilled workers create a flexible, adaptable and proficient workforce. Increase in staff performance to an international level. Increased engagement and retention of staff. Increased pool of highly trained staff. Enhanced company reputation.
  13. 13. CollaborativeCollaborative delivery between thetraining organisation and the company. Career PlanningAll students will have the advantage ofbeing able to plan their own careers fortheir future.
  14. 14. Practical experience Two semesters will be in Fiji Two semesters could be in Australia, New Zealand or in Fiji Coaching skills All students will be well equipped with the skills to mentor and coach new employees to meet the company standards
  15. 15. Diploma of Hospitality = 39 units in total 23 core units (compulsory) 16 elective units
  16. 16.  Ethics, values and understanding ROI. Customer service. Front Office – Opera Reservation Software. Financial – interpretation and budgets. Legal requirements. Operational planning. Health, hygiene, safety and security. Business relationships.
  17. 17.  Personnel development. Career and life planning. Manage, order, receive and control stock. Housekeeping. Food and beverage – POS Software. Working in the Industry.Electives are designed to suit the different strands required in the industry