Open up a variety of exciting career paths in hospitality with our wide range of courses. Whether you want an entry-level, supervisory, or management position in accommodation, casinos, clubs, food and beverage, or restaurants, we can help you make great happen.
The hospitality industry offers a variety of exciting career pathways. From five star hotels and Michelin-starred restaurants to internationally renowned casinos; the opportunities are endless. Rising discretionary incomes, increasing business travel, and busier lifestyles are fuelling strong growth in the hospitality sector. Despite the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Australian Government's JobOutlook service predicts job prospects for cafe workers, waiters and other hospitality workers to grow very strongly over the next five years.
As a hospitality student at TAFE Queensland you'll gain practical experience in our on-campus training restaurants. You'll have the opportunity to serve real customers taking orders, preparing drinks, serving food, and processing payments in a live environment.
TAFE Queensland offers a wide range of hospitality courses from responsible service of alcohol and gambling short courses through to entry-level certificates and high-level diplomas. Whether you want an entry level, supervisory, or management position in accommodation, casinos, clubs, food and beverage, or restaurants, we have a course to get you there.
- Banquet manager
- Duty manager
- Food and beverage attendant
- Front office supervisor
- Gaming attendant
- Guest service agent
- Restaurant manager
Certificate III in Hospitality
Launch your hospitality career with this course offering practical skills and hands-on experience. Prepare yourself with a well rounded knowledge of the hospitality industry or continue with further study.
- Function Host
- Guest Service Agent
- Senior Bar Attendant
- Restaurant Host
- Food and Beverage Attendant
- Function Attendant
Diploma of Hospitality Management
Increase your hospitality skills and learn how to solve complex problems in a team environment. Take the next step in your career and get the skills you need to take on a management role in the hospitality industry.
- Motel Manager
- Sous Chef
- Restaurant Manager
- Banquet Manager
- Functions Manager
- Cafe or Restaurant Manager
- Bar Manager
- Chef de Cuisine
- Club Manager
- Executive Housekeeper
- Front Office Manager
- Kitchen Manager
- Unit Manager (Catering Operations)
Diploma of Event Management / Diploma of Hospitality Management
Take the next step in your career in hospitality and events with this advanced-level dual qualification and get the skills you need to take on a management role in the industry.
- Restaurant Manager
- Motel Manager
- Event Manager
- Conference Manager
Our hospitality hubs combine commercial kitchens and open to the public restaurants and cafes to give our hospitality students the ability to practice in a live service environment. Our purpose-built facilities will allow you to build hands-on skills that you can take straight into the workforce.
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