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Hospitality

 

What is Hospitality?

Currently at Noosa District there are two Hospitality Courses offered in Senior Schooling (Year 11& 12). They are Certificate II in Hospitality and Certificate II in Kitchen Operations

SIT20213: Certificate II in Hospitality

The Certificate II in Hospitality is focused
on learning the basics of the Tourism and Hospitality Industry, and specifically about the skills required for working in Front of House Hospitality jobs. This course provide students with entry level workplace skills such as preparing espresso coffee, non-alcoholic beverages and customer service skills required for a variety of hospitality and tourism businesses. It also provides the students’ knowledge and skills which will enable them to work in a bar. With expanding employment opportunities in the hospitality industry, this subject provides a context in which students can make decisions about future careers.


Course
Content

This 2 year course is delivered at Noosa District State High School, utilising the bar and commercial coffee making facilities and the school restaurant. It is delivered in partnership with RTO Careers Australia. This course is assessed using competency based assessment. The theory component of the course is delivered on line using “Futura- Hospitality training program”, while the practical work is taught and assessed using observation checklists during class time, restaurant service and while working in industry on work experience. Students are required complete work experience in local restaurants, coffee shops or similar to satisfactorily meet the requirement. This involves successfully completing 12 shifts at a variety of venues. This work experience is organised by Careers Australia.

 

The competencies covered are -

BSBWOR203B - Work effectively with others
SITHIND201- Source and use information on the hospitality industry
SITHIND202 - Use hospitality skills effectively
SITXCOM201 - Show social and cultural sensitivity
SITXCCS202 - Interact with customers
SITXWHS101 - Participate in safe work practices
SITXFSA101 - Use hygienic practices for food safety
SITHFAB101 - Clean and tidy Bar
SITHFAB201 - Provide responsible service of alcohol
SITHFAB202 - Operate  a Bar
SITHFAB203 - Prepare and serve non-alcoholic beverages
SITHFAB204 - Prepare and serve expresso Coffee
 

 Special features

  • This course is fee free as it is Vetis funded, provided the student meets the criteria for Vet in school funding.
  • Students to do 12 shifts in commercial kitchens in the local area as work experience. This is organised by Careers Australia
  • Up to 4 school restaurant nights may required to be completed by the students.
  • Uniform: Students are required to purchase a white dress shirt (collar and sleeves)and black dress trousers or skirt to meet WHS and industry standards when completing work experience and working at the school restaurant nights.
  • Bar Course: RSA and Bar course are completed at no extra charge. The course is approx. 5 days in duration and conducted off campus generally using local venues such as the villa Noosa Hotel and the Cooroy Sports Hub.

 

Careers & Pathways

Barista
Bar attendant
Waiter/ waitress
Receptionist in hospitality venues
Diploma in Hospitality
Degree in hospitality, tourism and events management
Airline steward

SIT20312: Certificate II in Kitchen Operations

The Certificate II in Kitchen Operations is specifically about learning the basics of
Commercial Cooking which will provide student with a good foundation for a Chef apprenticeship or a school based traineeship in Commercial Cookery.
Students learn basic and specialised food preparation techniques along with essential knowledge required to prepare and handle food safely and follow government regulations which directly affect those working in the hospitality industry.
 
Course Content
 
This 2 year course is delivered at Noosa District State High School, utilising the commercial kitchen facilities and restaurant, in partnership with RTO Careers Australia.
This course is assessed using competency based assessment.
The theory component of the course is delivered on line using “Futura- Hospitality training program”, while the practical work is taught and assessed using observation checklists during class time, restaurant service and while working in industry on work experience. Students are required complete work experience in local restaurants, coffee shops or similar to satisfactorily meet the requirement. This involves successfully completing 12 shifts at a variety of venues. This work experience is organised by Careers Australia.

The competencies covered are - 
 
BSBWOR203B - Work effectively with others
SITHCCC101 - Use food preparation equipment
SITHCCC201 - Produce dishes using basic methods of cookery
SITHCCC207 – Use cookery skills effectively
SITHKOP101 – Clean kitchen premises and equipment
SITHXFSA101 – Use hygiene practices for food safety
SITXINV202 – Maintain the quality for perishable items
SITXWHS101 – Participate in safe work practices
SITHCCC103 - Prepare sandwiches
SITHCCC202 – Produce appetisers and salads
SITHSSS203 – Produce stocks, sauces and soups
SITHCCC204 – Produce vegetable, fruit, egg and farinaceous dishes
BSBSUS201A – Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices.
 
Special Features
  • This course is fee free as it is Vetis funded, provided the student meets the criteria for Vet in school funding.
  • Students to do 12 shifts in commercial kitchens in the local area as work experience. This is organised by Careers Australia
  • Up to 4 school restaurant nights may required to be completed by the students.
  • Chef uniform: Students are required to purchase a full chef uniform to meet WHS and industry standards when completing work experience

Careers & Pathways
 
Traineeships in Commercial cookery
Cert III Commercial Cookery
Chef Apprenticeship
Diploma in Hospitality
​Pam O'Sullivan ​Patty Riley
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Janine Sheldon

Teacher Aide