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Hospitality, Tourism and Events

CRICOS Provider No. 03020E

Program Guide 2013


NT S TE CO N 04 Why you should study with us 05 Student profile 06 TOURISM and Events 08 HOSPITALITY 16 REtail Baking and Meat Retailing 18 How to apply for enrolment 19 Campus map Q

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Is your course vet Fee-help approved? Check out southbank.edu.au for the latest VET FEE-HELP course information.

Information and courses contained within this booklet are correct as at June 2012 and are subject to change at any time without notice. For up to date information call 13 72 48 or visit southbank.edu.au Southbank Institute of Technology Program Guide 2013 3


Why you should study with us Southbank Institute of Technology

You are our number 1.  hether you are just starting out on your post-school W study, up-skilling for your current career, or changing your career to discover a new you, we are here to assist you on your journey as your teacher, your support team and your lifelong-learning partner.

COURSES THAT MATTER. Our courses are designed to help you develop the skill set you need to not only achieve the job you want, but to achieve ongoing success in today’s fast-changing work environment. We focus on practical, industry-relevant training so you graduate as a valuable asset to your employer - job-ready, capable and confident. At SBIT you can choose to study from a broad range of program areas including health sciences, engineering, digital media and IT, hospitality and tourism, creative industries, business services, science and more. And if you want to study further, there are over 250 pathways from our courses to major universities that award credit for SBIT studies.

Top teachers. I magine having industry knowledge ‘on tap’. Enter our learning spaces and that’s what you get. Our teachers are respected and experienced industry professionals who are passionate about passing their knowledge down the line to you. Time after time our students tell us how much they appreciate our dedicated teaching staff – they were born to teach, and they are here for you.

Where to from here? Visit southbank.edu.au for detailed information on courses and study options, or contact us on 13 72 48. Grab a copy of our Student Guide for a heads-up on our support services and facilities or find it online at southbank.edu.au/studentguide. Then follow the enrolment process outlined in the back of this brochure – we are waiting here to welcome you! Like us on Facebook SBITBrisbane Follow us on Twitter @SBITBrisbane

Location, location, location. You couldn’t want for a better location than SBIT. Our sparkling new campus is equipped to provide you with a world class education in a world class teaching environment. On your door step you have the South East Busway, South Bank Railway Station, CityCat and all the cultural and café vibrancy of South Bank’s riverside parklands. And just a short hop away – Brisbane CBD to one side, and the great vibe of West End to the other.

84.2%* of Southbank Institute of Technology graduates go on to further study or secure a job.

*Source: National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2011 Summary of Graduate Outcomes.


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“SBIT students are given many chances to work with industry professionals during their time at SBIT via volunteer work, classes and workshops; this provides an edge in the workforce.� Sofia Darveniza, Student Diploma in Event Management.

Sofia Darveniza STUDENT PROFILE


Hospitality, Tourism and Events Tourism and Events

Diploma of Tourism

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HLT50607 QTAC codes 155532 155536

1-5 years (full-time)

- School leavers must have completed Year 12 or equivalent with a sound achievement in English and Mathematics or - Applicants are selected according to eligibility and merit; vocational experience, previous study and personal competencies or - Successful completion of an Australian Qualifications Framework Certificate III or higher - Relevant experience in the travel/tourism industry

You can enrol in the above diploma or the pathway course below. Successful completion guarantees direct entry, with study credits, into the university degree without the need to re-apply through QTAC. Course No

Pathways to university

QTAC Codes 155654 155656

Diploma of Tourism / Bachelor of Business (Hotel, Tourism, Events, Real Estate & Property, and Sport) (GU). 3½ years in total.

Career opportunities: Airlines, cruise operators, tour wholesalers, travel agencies, airport ground staff, sales or reservations, tourist information officer.

Danielle McSweeney was selected for the paid internship at the Disneyland Resort in Orlando, Florida.

“It is definitely a great experience, and a great opportunity to further your tourism skills. This whole experience all started from studying at SBIT!” Danielle McSweeney, Student Diploma of Tourism.

Description: This course provides you with job-ready skills for the Tourism industry. In the first two semesters you will obtain globally recognised industry training in Galileo and Cross Check reservations software, Qantas Standard Fares and Qantas Promotional Fares. In addition to these industry qualifications, you will study Australian retail airfares, tour creation, front line selling, customer relations, global destinations and travel products. The final semester builds on these skills by incorporating studies in advanced tourism business operations and regulations, marketing and management. You will develop skills in leadership and participate in valuable industry networking to enhance your future career. Disney visits SBIT each semester to recruit students to work at Disneyworld Florida, USA. FURTHER STUDY OPTIONS: Bachelor of Business (USQ), Bachelor of Business Administration (USQ); and Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of International Hotel and Resort, Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Business Systems (Bond University), Bachelor of Tourism (CQU), Bachelor of Business (Tourism) (CQU), Bachelor of Business (SCU), Bachelor of Sport Tourism Management (SCU), Bachelor of Environment Tourism Management (SCU). Study credit towards these degrees is available to graduates of this diploma. Students must apply for university entry through QTAC.


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Diploma of Events

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SIT50207 QTAC Codes 155692 155696

1½ years (full course, inc. Cert. III in Events) (full-time). 1 year diploma only (full-time).

There are no entry requirements for the full course which incorporates the Certificate III in Events as the first semester. You may enter at the Diploma level if: - You hold a Certificate III in an events-related area. Certificate III qualifications which are particularly relevant include those in the areas of business, entertainment, hospitality or similar. - You have paid or voluntary employment experience at an operational, coordination or management level in an events-related field.

You can enrol in the above diploma or the pathway course below. Successful completion guarantees direct entry, with study credits, into the university degree without the need to re-apply through QTAC. Course No

Pathways to university

QTAC Codes 155668 155666

Diploma of Events / Bachelor of Business (Event Management) (GU). 3½ years in total.

Career opportunities: Event, venue, exhibitions coordinator, professional conference organiser, incentives, sales, data entry officer, staging assistant, banquet/function supervisor. Description: This qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to operate with a high level of competence in the field of events. You will develop significant communication, planning, organisational and operational skills that will enable you to gain employment in a range of diverse organisations that require these skills in areas such as exhibition and event management companies, sporting associations, community or cultural organisations, hospitality, venues and charities. Disney visit SBIT each semester to recruit students to work at Disneyworld Florida, USA. FURTHER STUDY OPTIONS: Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of International Hotel and Resort Management, Bachelor of Tourism Management, Bachelor of Tourism Management (Bond University), Bachelor of Tourism (CQU), Bachelor of Business (Tourism) (CQU), Bachelor of Business (SCU), Bachelor of Sport Tourism Management (SCU), Bachelor of Environment Tourism Management (SCU). Study credit towards these degree programs is available to graduates of the diploma. Students must apply for university entry through QTAC.

“SBIT has had outstanding success with its pathways to GU and QUT.” Alicia Toohey Manager of Education Pathways, SBIT.

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Hospitality, Tourism and Events Hospitality

Advanced Diploma of Hospitality/ Bachelor of Business (International Tourism and Hotel Management) Griffith University VFH

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SIT50307 SIT60307 QTAC Codes (Please refer to the QTAC website)

Diploma- 1½ years, Advanced Diploma2 years, Total inc. degree3 years (full-time)

There are no formal entry requirements, however the SBIT selection process bases entry on the following criteria: - School leavers must have completed Year 12 or equivalent with a sound achievement in English and Mathematics or - Applicants are selected according to eligibility and merit; vocational experience, previous study and personal competencies or -S  uccessful completion of an Australian Qualifications Framework Certificate III or higher in any area of study requiring formal written communication and numeracy skills or - Relevant experience in the hospitality industry

Career opportunities: Trainee management positions in sectors such as hotels, resorts, clubs and casinos, restaurants and bars, conference, convention, special events management and hospitality sales and marketing. Description: SBIT has built links with Griffith University so you can benefit from direct entry into university and gain a dual qualification in the same time it takes to gain a degree. Your studies will combine practical skills and theoretical knowledge that will hold great appeal to potential employers.

“We were able to relate many examples of how the course content applies in real world due to our teacher’s experience.” Elizabeth Cox, Student Diploma/Advances Diploma Hospitality.

This course provides thorough training in hospitality management, from food and beverage to housekeeping and front office. Students have the opportunity to progress through the ranks by gaining greater levels of experience in supervisory roles across a variety of departments. There is an opportunity to exit this program after eighteen months with a Diploma of Hospitality qualification. Disney visit SBIT each semester to recruit students to work at Disneyworld Florida, USA. Further study options: Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of International Hotel and Resort Management, Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Tourism (BOND). Successful completion of the advanced diploma will assist you to gain entry into these university courses through the usual QTAC process and will contribute towards study credits.


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SIT50307 QTAC Codes 155992 155996

1½ years (full-time)

There are no formal entry requirements, however the SBIT selection process bases entry on the following criteria: - School leavers must have completed Year 12 or equivalent with a sound achievement in English and Mathematics or - Applicants are selected according to eligibility and merit; vocational experience, previous study and personal competencies or -S  uccessful completion of an Australian Qualifications Framework Certificate III or similar - Relevant experience in the hospitality industry

You can enrol in the above diploma or the pathway course below. Successful completion guarantees direct entry, with study credits, into the university degree without the need to re-apply through QTAC. Course No

Pathways to university

QTAC Codes 155902 155906

Advanced Diploma of Hospitality/Bachelor of Business (GU)

Career opportunities: Function or catering supervisor, food and beverage supervisor, housekeeping or restaurant supervisor, concierge, purchasing officer, accounts clerk, guest service agent, bar or bistro supervisor, shift supervisor. Description: Start with the basics of food and beverage, housekeeping, front office and kitchen operations, and progress to the next level with client service, finance, management and legal studies. With the skills and ability to open a huge number of doors, this is the perfect program to work your way to the top. When you successfully complete this course you’ll be able to apply to Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA) for medication endorsement.

A total of 22 SBIT Hospitality/Tourism/ Events students have been accepted by Disney to work in 2011 and 2012.

Further study options: Bachelor of Business - Hotel, Tourism, Events, Real Estate and Property, and Sport (GU), Bachelor of Business - Tourism and Hospitality Management (GU), Bachelor of Hospitality Management (CQU), Bachelor of Business (SCU), Bachelor of Sport Tourism Management (SCU), Bachelor of Environmental Tourism Management (SCU), Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of International Hotel and Resort Management, Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Tourism (BOND). Successful completion of this course will assist you to gain entry into these university courses and will contribute towards study credits.

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HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND EVENTS – Hospitality

Diploma of Hospitality


Hospitality, Tourism and Events Hospitality Continued

Food Safety Diploma of Marketing Supervisor (face to face or online) Course No

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1 year (full-time) Duration

QTAC code class-based 155932 FFS504 155930 online FFS504-1

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You can enrol in the above diploma or the pathway course below. Successful completion guarantees direct entry, with study credits, into the university degree without the need to re-apply through QTAC.

Career opportunities: Food Safety Supervisor in the Course No Pathways to university hospitality, food processing or retail industries. QTAC codes Diploma of Marketing / Bachelor of Business (GU) 155738 Enhanced employment prospects in the: 155737

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Diploma of Marketing /restaurants, Bachelor of Business QTAC codes stores, grocers, delicatessens, hotels,(QUT) take 155658 aways and cafes, private function catering, food markets 155657

and codes stalls Diploma of Marketing / Bachelor of Business (USQ) QTAC 155659 food processing industry: flour mills, canneries, packers, 155660 bakers, breweries, airline catering, ice manufacturing, wine

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QTAC codes Diploma of Marketing / Bachelor of Business production, pre-prepared meals. 155661 Administration (USQ) 155662 Description: Under the Food Act 2006, every licensable

“The courses I teach show students how many different types of jobs are in the tourism industry and how much fun it can be.” Melissa Woon, Teacher Tourism, Hospitality and Events.

food business in Queensland is now required to have a Food Career opportunities: Assistant marketing Safety Supervisor. At SBIT you can choose to domanager, this course product / brand manager, marketing coordinator, sales as a class-based or online course. You will gain a thorough coordinator, customer service officer, promotions understanding of food safety planning and learn about food coordinator. safety measures including hazard identification, corrective actions, critical control points and operational policies and Description: As a student of this course you will develop procedures. industry relevant knowledge and skills to operate successfully in a marketing environment. You will gain essential work Online course: You must supply a current, valid email ready marketing and business skills ready to apply in the address and have access to the following: workplace or the foundation for further studies at university. ■■ PC running Windows 95 or above, with sound output This course is structured to allow you toconnection carry out a(Internet range of ■■ a 56k modem or broadband internet work based6activities such as: Explorer or equivalent ■■ Microsoft Word ■■ market profiling and analysing customer behaviour ■■ Microsoft Outlook or another email program ■■ conducting, analysing and presenting market research ■■ Flash 8 player. ■■ developing domestic and international marketing plans ■■

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reviewing and maintaining websites and electronic marketing communications reviewing marketing activity and financial reporting.

Further study options: We have built links with many universities including QUT and Griffith to give you more options for further study. Enrolling in one of the marketing pathway courses above provides you with a seamless entry into the respective university course and credit of up to one year of study at university. On completion of your study you’ll have two qualifications plus great practical skills and theoretical knowledge from your vocational and university studies.


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on average, 4 hours (max. 4 weeks from the date of enrolment to completion)

You must supply a current, valid email address, have internet access and be able to commence the course upon enrolment

Career opportunities: Professional development for licensees, liquor serving staff and security employees. This is an essential training course for all staff involved in the sale and supply of liquor to ensure compliance with liquor licensing laws in Queensland. This qualification is also often a pre-requisite for employment in a wide range of occupations in the hospitality industry. Description: You will acquire the knowledge and skills to provide the best possible protection against potential breaches of the current Queensland Liquor Act. Breaches could occur when serving minors, unduly intoxicated or disorderly patrons. On successful completion of the course, you will receive two certificates: a Nationally Accredited Statement of Attainment, and a Queensland Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing RSA Certificate.

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HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND EVENTS – Hospitality Continued

Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA)


Hospitality, Tourism and Events Hospitality Continued

Certificate IV in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery)

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SIT 40407

Part time- 1 day per week over a period of 2 years (approximately)

Open to qualified chefs/cooks who have a Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) or equivalent. Pathways to this qualification is available through the Certificate II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operation) or Certificate III in Hospitality (Catering Operations).

Career opportunities: Supervise one or more sections in a large kitchen; or supervise a small kitchen. Description: This course will provide advanced skills in leading and managing people, monitoring work operations and interpreting and managing finances within budgets, implement a food safety program, and workplace health, safety and security practices. This course covers everything from planning and preparing buffets, Asian cooking methods and specialised advice on food and beverage matching.

Certificate IV in Hospitality (Patisserie)

“Winning my chance into the Worldskills National Finals in Sydney and also winning SBIT’s Apprentice Chef of the Year Award has been wonderful.” Richard Pascoe, Student Apprentice Chef of the Year 2011.

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dependent on units selected (part-time)

There are no entry requirements for this program, however, Certificate IIII in Hospitality Patisserie, Commercial Cookery, Retail Baking recommended.

Career opportunities: Second in charge to a chef patissier. Description: This course will provide you with the necessary higher technical and management expertise to advance towards becoming a chef patissier. You will develop the ability to work efficiently in a wide variety of commercial food outlets across the hospitality industry, and learn additional skills to enable you to specialise in commercial patisserie. Recognition of prior learning may be applicable subject to assessment of previous experience.


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Entry criteria

SIT30807

Completed within apprenticeship period (negotiable between employer and apprentice)

You must be registered as an apprentice with an employer before commencing training.

Career opportunities: Qualified chef in hotels, restaurants, hospitals or any commercial catering establishment. Description: This comprehensive course has been designed in direct consultation with industry and provides the basis of training to a trade level in the professional cookery industry. The course covers everything from cookery techniques to food service and preparation, menu planning, food hygiene, health and safety procedures and more. Recognition of prior learning may be applicable subject to assessment of previous experience.

Certificate III in Hospitality (Patisserie) Course No

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SIT 31107-1 2 semesters SIT 31107-2 This program is also offered part-time.

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Entry criteria There are no entry requirements for this program.

Career opportunities: Commis Chef Patissier or Pastry cook. Description: Hone your kitchen skills into a fine art, with courses that will provide the necessary culinary expertise to advance towards becoming a Chef Patissier. Develop the ability to work efficiently in a wide variety of commercial food outlets across the hospitality industry. It’s the perfect course to start your career in hospitality.

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HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND EVENTS – Hospitality Continued

Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) Apprenticeship


Hospitality, Tourism and Events Hospitality Continued

Certificate III in Hospitality (Food and Beverage)

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SIT30707

18 weeks

School leavers must have completed Year 10 or equivalent or Non school-leavers are selected according to eligibility and merit, vocational experience, previous study and personal competencies

Career opportunities: Bar Attendant, Barista, Wine Waiter, Food Waiter. Description: Upon successful completion of this hospitality training you will have the competitive edge to seek employment in bars, restaurants, hotels, motels, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops. RSA, Responsible Service of Alcohol, is also included in the course. Further study options: Diploma of Hospitality, Diploma of Tourism.

Certificate III in Hospitality (Catering Operations)

“Our students have hands-on experience in the industry, run their own events and learn great problem solving skills.� Fiona Lambert, Teacher Diploma of Events.

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SIT31007

18 weeks

School leavers must have completed Year 10 or equivalent or Non school-leavers are selected according to eligibility and merit, vocational experience, previous study and personal competencies

Career opportunities: Hospitals and aged care facilities, sporting and entertainment venues, hotel banqueting departments, cook-chill production kitchens or mobile catering businesses of varying size. Description: This cooking course is ideal if you are seeking work in various catering settings such as hospitals and aged care facilities, sporting and entertainment venues, hotel banqueting departments, cook-chill production kitchens or mobile catering businesses of varying size. You will learn a range of cooking skills, as well as food handling, storage, customer service skills and more. Further study options: This program is a pathway to an Australian cookery apprenticeship.


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HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND EVENTS – Hospitality Continued

Certificate II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations)

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SIT20307

12 weeks

School leavers must have completed Year 10 or equivalent or Non school-leavers are selected according to eligibility and merit, vocational experience, previous study and personal competencies

Career opportunities: Apprentice cook, grill attendant or kitchen hand. Description: If you can stand the heat and enjoy cooking, then develop the skills and associated knowledge necessary to work effectively in commercial kitchens. Covering all aspects of commercial cooking, it’s the perfect course to get a taste for a new career. Further study options: Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) or (Catering Operations).

Certificate II in Hospitality (Accommodation Services)

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SIT20207

10 weeks

School leavers must have completed Year 10 or equivalent or Non school-leavers are selected according to eligibility and merit, vocational experience, previous study and personal competencies

Career opportunities: You can seek employment in hotels that provide high quality housekeeping services to guests. Description: If you are interested in working as a housekeeper in the tourism and hospitality industries, this is the program for you. Specialisation areas include hygiene, preparing rooms for guests, industry knowledge and laundry services. This course is a great way to start your career in the hospitality industry. Further study options: Diploma of Hospitality.

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Hospitality, Tourism and Events Retail baking and meat retailing

Certificate III in Food Processing (retail baking – bread) Apprenticeship

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Entry criteria

FDF30603

Block release training periods scheduled throughout the year, on the job.

You must be registered as an apprentice with an employer before commencing training. Sign up is accepted any time throughout the year.

Career opportunities: Trade qualification as a bread baker. Description: This comprehensive course includes thorough training in all aspects of bread baking. Practical, hands-on and industry relevant, this training takes place through convenient block release combined with on-the-job programs scheduled to fit easily around your work duties.

Certificate III in Food Processing (retail baking – cakes and pastry) Apprenticeship DE FD WB Course No

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Entry criteria

FDF30510

Block release training periods scheduled throughout the year, on the job.

You must be registered as an apprentice with an employer before commencing training. Sign up is accepted any time throughout the year.

Career opportunities: Trade qualification as a pastry cook.

“Our hands-on practical programs incorporate industry relevant specialty areas. Combined with our world-class facilities, students are work ready on completion of their studies.” Sally Lamoin, Head of School Tourism, Hospitality and Events.

Description: This course combines the two interrelated fields of pastry and cake-making. SBIT’s unique course includes a course that will develop and extend your practical skills in the research and development of recipes. You will acquire the skills and knowledge to evaluate bakery products and modify or create new recipes according to trends and market developments. As part of this process you will also conduct product tastings and evaluate results. These skills will give you a competitive edge when seeking employment as a qualified pastry cook.


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Entry criteria

FDF30710

Block release training periods scheduled throughout the year, on the job.

You must be registered as an apprentice with an employer before commencing training. Sign up is accepted any time throughout the year.

Career opportunities: Trade qualification as a baker and pastry cook. Description: This course combines the two interrelated fields of pastry, bread making and cake-making. SBIT’s unique course will develop and extend your practical skills in the research and development of recipes. You will acquire the skills and knowledge to evaluate bakery products and modify or create new recipes according to trends and market developments. As part of this process you will also conduct product tastings and evaluate results. These skills will give you a competitive edge when seeking employment as a qualified pastry cook.

Certificate III in Meat Processing (meat retailing) Apprenticeship

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Entry criteria

MTM30807

Flexible delivery

You must be registered as an apprentice with an employer before commencing training. Sign up is accepted any time throughout the year.

Career opportunities: Trade qualification as a butcher. Description: Enhance your apprenticeship with this comprehensive formal qualification and add value to yourself and your employer. Training includes all aspects of health and safety, quality and productivity. Our convenient on-the-job training programs are designed to easily fit around your work duties.

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HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND EVENTS – Retail Baking and Meat Retailing

Certificate III in Food Processing (retail baking – combined) Apprenticeship


How to enrol Application stage Select your course

Contact Student Administration To confirm the most recent course information, phone 13 72 48, or go to southbank.edu.au

Pathways to university* Southbank Institute of Technology has partnered with major Queensland universities to provide articulation pathways from diplomas and advanced diplomas into their degree courses. So if you didn’t get the right OP it’s not the end of the world. By completing a diploma or advanced diploma at SBIT, you can improve your OP score and increase your chances of securing a place at university. For more information visit southbank.edu.au/pathways.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) RPL is a process that allows the competencies you already possess to be recognised (regardless of how you obtained them) with a formal qualification. These might include skills you picked up on the job or from other life experiences that do not necessarily include formal training. For more information visit southbank.edu.au/rpl.

Apply for your selected course through either:

(Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre)

Southbank Institute of Technology

To apply, visit qtac.edu.au

To apply, phone 13 72 48

QTAC

Check the on-line course brochure on southbank.edu.au to find out if you need to apply through QTAC or directly to SBIT.

Enrolment stage Once you have received acceptance, go to southbank.edu.au or phone 13 72 48 to enrol in your subjects. View the ‘show me’ video at southbank.edu.au/howtoenrol for full details about enrolling online.

Secure your enrolment Pay your fees before the course commences to secure your enrolment. Limited places are available in most courses.

Career and Employment Resource Centre Make sure you visit our Career and Employment Resource Centre. Aside from an array of career and employment resources, you will find qualified and experienced Career Counsellors who can help you with information and advice on future career and employment options. Prospective and current students are welcome. The Centre is open Monday to Friday and is located in the campus heart, just off Ernest Street.

FEE-HELP and VET FEE-HELP At SBIT you can access the Federal Government’s student loan schemes. FEE-HELP assists full fee paying students to pay for all or part of their tuition fees. Eligible students can use FEE-HELP at SBIT for the Associate Degree in Civil Engineering. VET FEE-HELP assists eligible full fee paying students to pay for all or part of their tuition fees when studying an approved VET course of study at the diploma, advanced diploma, vocational graduate certificate or vocational graduate diploma level. For more information visit southbank.edu.au/feehelp and southbank.edu.au/vetfeehelp.

Info Evening Keep your eye on southbank.edu.au for details on our annual Info Evening. This event provides you with the opportunity to meet our teachers face-to-face, tour our world-class learning facilities and seek answers to all of your questions.

*University abbreviations: QUT

Queensland University of Technology

BOND Bond University

SCU

Southern Cross University

CQUni Central Queensland University

UQ

The University of Queensland

CSU

Charles Sturt University

USC

University of the Sunshine Coast

Griffith University

USQ

University of Southern Queensland

ACU

GU

Australian Catholic University National


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