Diploma of Hospitality Management at Imperial Institute of Sydney

For hands-on training and experience in the hospitality business, students who are interested in hospitality management can get in touch with the program. The course will provide you a general understanding of the hospitality sector, allowing you to explore concepts for building competency so you may stand out from other professionals in the field for your knowledge.

Description

For hands-on training and experience in the hospitality business, students who are interested in hospitality management can get in touch with the program.


The course will provide you a general understanding of the hospitality sector, allowing you to explore concepts for building competency so you may stand out from other professionals in the field for your knowledge. 


You will gain knowledge in topics like business operations, human resources, law, and service quality, preparing you for a management role.

Course Rules:

Twenty-six (26) core units and seven (7 ) elective units must be successfully completed in order to earn the SIT40516 Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery.


Imperial Institute of Sydney has selected the electives for this certificate to guarantee that students acquire a wide variety of leadership and management skills and knowledge.

Learning outcomes:

The following overseas students are target populations for the BSB50420 Diploma in Leadership and Management:


  • aiming to become a manager in the future.

  • attempting to break into a new market.

  • seeking a route to more advanced degrees.


The following describes the target group:


international students from diverse nations who want to advance their educational or career paths by developing their business knowledge and skills. These students are often between the ages of 18 and 35 and have little to no professional experience.


Students may be offshore applicants from abroad or onshore applicants currently residing in Australia. The majority of students consider English to be a second language, so they must successfully complete English language requirements in order to enroll in the course.


For those who already possess the necessary skills and knowledge, credit and/or RPL may be granted, allowing them to finish the course faster.

Entry Requirements:

The following criteria must be met to enroll in Imperial Institute of Sydney. You have to


  • Be at least 18 years old before the program begins;

  • Possess an AQF Certificate III or above, or have completed Australian Year 12 or an equivalent program;

  • A course entry interview to ascertain one's aptitude for the course and the needs of the student;

  • Satisfy the prerequisites for Australian student visa category 500;

  • Have a 5.5 on the IELTS* (test results must be no more than 2 years old).



Documented proof of any of the following can also serve as proof of an individual's proficiency in the English language:


either completed at least a Certificate IV-level course in a recent two years at an Australian RTO, or at least five years of education in an English-speaking nation where English was the primary language of instruction.


Take note that other English language exams like the PTE and TOEFL may be accepted. Students must submit their scores so that Australian Federation College can verify they are IELTS 5.5 equivalent.

Job opportunities

Different industries have different job duties and names.


  • Kitchen manager

  • Motel manager

  • Restaurant manager

  • Unit manager catering operations.

  • CafĂ© manager

  • Club manager

  • Front office manager

  • Banquet or function manager

  • Bar manager

English Language Requirements

  • IELTS 5.5 or equivalent

  • PTE and TOEFL

Tuition Fee and Scholarships

Tuition fee

$15,000


Full Fee: $15,000
  • Level
    Diploma
  • Delivery
    On Campus
  • Duration
    2 years
  • Application Fee
    None
  • Intake
    June
  • Language Test Score
    IELTS, TOEFL, PTE
  • Scholarship