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Key details

Duration

1 year/s

This program is delivered over a period of 12 months. The length of time to complete this qualification will depend on the location, study mode and selected units.

* - Student Visa holders must study internally full time

Locations

Alice Springs
Not available to international students.

Course code

SIT40416

Overview

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for students to be competent in skilled operations, and team leading or supervision. Work is undertaken in various hospitality settings such as restaurants, hotels, motels, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops.

The qualification is suitable for an apprenticeship pathway, it enables skilled workers to obtain formal recognition and provides opportunities for further studies.

Studies can be undertaken either on campus or externally in the workplace.

Career opportunities

Occupations relevant to this qualification in industry sectors such as hospitality include:
>Bar supervisor or team leader
>Coffee shops
>Concierge
>Duty manager
>Food and beverage supervisor or team leader
>Front office supervisor or team leader
>Hotels
>Housekeeping supervisor or team leader
>Restaurants
>Shift manage

Credit transfers and advanced standing

Skill recognition

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

RPL is the acknowledgement of a person's skills and knowledge acquired through previous training, work or life experience, which may be used to grant status or credit in a subject regardless of how and where they were attained, including overseas.

This can include skills from:

  • Previous study excluding courses at another VET/TAFE institution, but including courses at school or college, through adult education classes or training programs at work;
  • Work experience (including both work that is paid and unpaid); and/or
  • Life experience (for example leisure pursuits or voluntary work).

RPL is a form of assessment. It is used to determine whether a person has acquired, through formal or informal learning, the skills and experience consistent with the stated competency standards that comprise a qualification. RPL is not time referenced, so there are no parameters on how or when the skills are acquired. However, the skills that have been acquired through life experience etc., must be current and must match the elements and performance criteria contained in the individual unit.

Students seeking RPL need to indicate this on their enrolment form at the time of enrolment.

For further information please refer to the Applicant's Guide to the Recognition of Prior Learning or contact Student Central on 1800 061 963 (free call) or email Student.Central@cdu.edu.au.

Credit Transfer

Charles Darwin University as a Registered Training Organisation recognises the Australian Qualifications Framework qualifications and Statement of Attainments issued by any other Australian Registered Training Organisation.

Students are encouraged to submit any requests for credit from previous studies at the time of enrolment, to ensure they are not enrolling in units they may not need to undertake.

In order to apply for exemption/credit transfer from units completed at another training organisation, you will need to complete an Application for Exemption Form available from any campus, centre, or team, or a copy of the form can be obtained from the web.

Your completed Application for Exemption form together with attached documentary evidence (certified copy of Qualification/Statement of Attainment) to support your request for exemption/credit transfer should be submitted directly to the University either in person or by mail. Requests without documentary evidence will not be processed and will be returned to students. There are no fees attached to Credit Transfers.

Pathways

VET to Higher Education Pathway Mapping for completed Awards in the same field or discipline.

Students who successfully complete VET qualifications at the Certificate IV level or above and subsequently enrol in a Bachelor degree in the same field or discipline, will receive advanced standing as detailed in the table below.

Completed Award Course Level
HE
VET
to a HE Award
Credit granted for a completed award in the same field
Certificate IV
*
3 year Bachelor award
up to 40 credit points
Certificate IV
*
4 year Bachelor award
up to 40 credit points
Diploma
*
*
3 year Bachelor award
up to 80 credit points
Diploma
*
*
4 year Bachelor award
up to 80 credit points
Advanced Diploma
*
*
3 year Bachelor award
up to 160 credit points
Advanced Diploma
*
*
4 year Bachelor award
up to 160 credit points
Associate Degree
*
3 year Bachelor award
up to 160 credit points
Associate Degree
*
4 year Bachelor award
up to 160 credit points

Further training pathways from this qualification include but are not limited to SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management or any other higher level qualifications from the SIT training package. On completion of this qualification credit(s) may be available into Higher Education courses.

Fees

2022 Course fee for students who are eligible for an NT Government supported place is $2,292.50, and for students who are not eligible is $8,187.50.

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Why study at CDU?

Study with the Territory's largest provider of Vocational Education and Training (VET) and gain industry-ready skills and experience. Whether you're a high school student or a working professional, we've got the courses and qualifications you want plus the support and flexibility you need to succeed.

  • Learn from expert lecturers and industry professionals
  • Access to first-class facilities
  • Recognition of prior learning to qualify faster

What will I study?

To achieve a SIT40416 Certificate IV in Hospitality a total of twenty-one (21) units of competency must be completed comprising nine (9) Core and twelve (12) Elective units as detailed in the packaging rules and listed below. The electives offered may vary between campuses.  

Course structure

To achieve a SIT40416 Certificate IV in Hospitality a total of twenty-one (21) units of competency must be completed comprising nine (9) Core and twelve (12) Elective units as detailed in the packaging rules and listed below. The electives offered may vary between campuses.
 

The total Nominal Hours for the sequence listed below is 655.
 

Code Module/Unit of Competency

Hours

CORE UNITS OF COMPETENCY
BSBDIV501 Manage diversity in the workplace 60
SITHIND004 Work effectively in hospitality service 0
SITXCCS007 Enhance customer service experiences 40
SITXCOM005 Manage conflict 20
SITXFIN003 Manage finances within a budget 30
SITXHRM001 Coach others in job skills 20
SITXHRM003 Lead and manage people 60
SITXMGT001 Monitor work operations 20
SITXWHS003 Implement and monitor work health and safety practices 30
  Total nominal hours for core units 280
ELECTIVE UNITS OF COMPETENCY
SITXFSA001 Use hygienic practices for food safety 15
SITHFAB002 Provide responsible service of alcohol 10
SITHFAB001* Clean and tidy bar areas 15
SITHFAB003*^ Operate a bar 35
SITHFAB007* Serve food and beverage (unnamed) 80
SITHFAB010*^ Prepare and serve cocktails 20
SITHFAB004* Prepare and serve non-alcoholic beverages 20
SITXCCS006 Provide service to customers (unnamed) 25
SITXFIN002 Interpret financial information 60
SITXFIN001 Process financial transactions 25
SITXWHS002 Identify hazards, assess and control safety risks 30
SITXFSA002 Participate in safe food handling practices  40
  Total nominal hours for elective units 375
  Total nominal hours for the qualification 655

*Pre-requisite unit is SITXFSA001 Use hygienic practices for food safety
^Pre-requisite unit is SITHFAB002 Provide responsible service of alcohol
 

Entry requirements

Admission criteria

For entry into SIT40416 students should have completed a relevant Certificate III level Hospitality qualification or have significant industry experience.

External self-paced learners are required to hold a position in a relevant hospitality establishment to gain appropriate industry knowledge, skills and experience throughout the duration of the course.

A pre - enrolment process to establish suitability to undertake the course will be conducted, which will include a Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) assessment. A Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LL&N) evaluation helps identify any areas where you may need additional support to help you achieve your goals.

Essential requirements

English language requirements

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Course details

Accreditation

This is a current, nationally accredited qualification from the SIT Tourism, Travel and Hospitality Training Package.

Employability skills

Employability Skills are embedded in the training and assessment of national training package qualifications. Information on the Employability Skills relevant to your qualification can be obtained by visiting this website and keying in the national code for the qualification: training.gov.au

Location and study mode

Delivery at all locations is subject to sufficient demand and resources.

Locations: Alice Springs

Study Mode: On campus, workplace assessment

Additional information

Sector
Vocational Education & Training
Industry groups
TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY
Occupation types
Hotel Service Managers
Area of study
Business and Retail Services, Tourism and Hospitality

Contact details

Email:Student.Central@cdu.edu.au. Phone: (08) 8946 7766 or 1800 061 963 (free call).

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