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Type: Certificate II
Location: Brisbane, Hobart, Sydney
Attendance: On Campus Learning
CRICOS: 090922A
Duration: 13 Weeks
Fees: AUD $2,500

Certificate II in Hospitality

SIT20316 – Certificate II in Hospitality reflects the role of individuals who have a defined and limited range of hospitality operational skills and basic industry knowledge. They are involved in mainly routine and repetitive tasks and work under direct supervision.

  • Course Overview
  • Course Details
  • Admission Requirements
  • English Requirements
A variety of assessment methods form part of this course including written assignments, presentations, portfolios of work, role plays and projects.
Intake Dates:

AIBT – Monthly intakes except August (December intake online classes only)

Packaging Rules:

Total number of units = 12

6 core units

Plus 6 elective units

Core Subjects

Work effectively with others
Source and use information on the hospitality industry
Use hospitality skills effectively
Interact with customers
Show social and cultural sensitivity
Participate in safe work practices

Elective Subjects

Clean kitchen premises and equipment
Maintain the quality of perishable items
Prepare and serve espresso coffee
Provide first aid
Transport and store food
Use hygienic practices for food safety

* This program includes a minimum of 12 complete service periods (shifts) for unit SITHIND003 – Use hospitality skills effectively.  Please visit Training.gov.au for more information.
Please note all electives are pre-selected by AIBT. For more information on the course content, visit:

This qualification must be delivered as per the packaging rules, even if a core unit/named elective has been superseded, until such time as the qualification has been updated and this update is reflected on the National Register, training.gov.au, and is listed on the RTO’s Scope of Registration.

There are many situations where it is considered beneficial for the student to receive the updated training that reflects the current skill needs of the relevant industry so a provider may choose to deliver the updated unit, issue a statement of attainment for those unit/s and then provide credit transfer – by mapping backwards – to the units named within the qualification.

  • The VET units need to be deemed ‘equivalent’ for credit transfer to be assigned
  • If the units are ‘not equivalent’ the provider will map the units to identify equivalence in content and learning outcomes (from the updated unit back to the superseded unit)
  • If this is not possible, the provider may need to match the content, but then undertake an RPL process to ascertain competence against each unit of competency.·
  • This would only need to do this once, then can be used for future decisions in the same circumstances.

If this still does not ascertain a ‘competent’ result, the student may need to undertake gap training against the destination qualification.

Academic requirement:
Successful completion of year 10 or Australian equivalent.
English requirement:

A minimum of IELTS 5.0 or equivalent is required.

International Students who do not meet the English language requirements for this course may undertake English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS) according to the English Learning Matrix.

Exam Type Overall Score (min) Speaking(min) Reading(min) Writing(min) Listening(min)
IELTS 5 5 5 5 5

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