Overview of the Global Hospitality Industry
The Hospitality and Tourism Industry is the third largest export earner for Australia. A career in the dynamic hospitality industry will offer you great career and opportunities to work within Australia and overseas. Hospitality careers are diverse, you can work in hotels, restaurants, bars and cafes, wine industry, operate as a franchise such as Subway, Boost Juice, Dominos Pizza, cruise line industry or coordinate in major events and functions such as the Royal Show.
Studying a qualification in Hospitality Management offers excellent employment opportunities upon completion of the course. Australian Professional Skills Institute’s hospitality training incorporates theory with practical on-the-job training. Workplace training provides an excellent opportunity for students to apply their newly acquired knowledge and skills in a real life situation. Many graduates are offered employment opportunities during and after completion of workplace training. Australian hospitality qualifications are highly regarded throughout the world and will lead to a successful career in Australia or overseas.
Whether you are looking for a global career, or just the sills to land you first job in the hospitality industry, APSI has the right course for you.
At Australian Professional Skills Institute, we offer a number of short courses in hospitality that will provide students a quick and effective way to learn specific skills that will improve confidence, effectiveness and efficiency in a hospitality environment.
I Kadek Juliartana
Diploma of Hospitality Management
Trainee at Rendezvous Hotel Central
Here are our uniform requirements for students doing Commercial Cookery and Hospitality courses
All hospitality students, including Food & Beverage and Cookery students are required to dress appropriately for theoretical and practical classes, excursions or events that are scheduled during the course. The purpose of the Dress Code is to provide guidelines regarding appropriate dress standards to assist in the maintenance of an appropriate professional image set by APSI.
As an International student, we encourage you to purchase these items from your home country before your departure for Australia.
- 2 to 3 white long sleeve business shirts
- 2 pairs of black trousers
- 1 black skirt for ladies
- 1 black business style jacket
- 1 pair of flat fully covered non-slip black shoes (make sure they are very comfortable)
We estimate that you will need 2-3 sets of formal wear for your entire period of study.
Non Acceptable Attire:
- See through white shirts
- White T-Shirts
- Low Cut White Shirts
- Short Black Skirt /Mini Skirt
- Tight leggings
If you are enrolled in Certificate III and IV in Commercial Cookery, your resource fee payable in advance will include the standard set of chef’s uniform and kitchen tools. You are still required to adhere to the hospitality dress code as specified above while you attend theoretical classes with hospitality students on campus.
Example of hospitality Dress Code:
White Buttoned Down Shirt and Black Pants/ Slacks with black covered shoes.
have finished my Advanced Diploma of Hospitality in January 2018. I had experience in Hospitality in my country, Taiwan, before I came to Perth; and decided to learn more if I want to operate my own business in Hospitality Industry.
The trainers at APSI are professional and full of knowledge and experience, as they worked in Hospitality industry for many years. They are willing to share their experiences in various situations, and it will help you to overcome any difficulties.
Furthermore, resources and assessments at APSI are also helping you understand more about the part of management. Those knowledge will assist you in the future.
Now, I’m a café manager in a restaurant. Although it all depends where you work, the fundamental which has built in APSI do help me a lot during work. And I have referred to the resources that I did at school to clarify things sometimes.
In the nutshell, APSI provide a good environment for students. You will have more opportunities for your career path (under the circumstance of learning/studying hard).Fang-Ru Chou (Taiwan) - Adv. Diploma of Hospitality Management
I started studying at APSI when I finished Year 12. I was introduced to APSI by my teacher in high school. When I first started, the work was difficult for me to understand, but I felt more confident because the teacher guided me. APSI really helps people to grow and it is really amazing.
I started with the Certificate III in Hospitality and since that moment I’ve learnt that I can do much better and develop more skills, also, I have built up my confidence. Then I went to my workplace training which was a challenge for me. I studied at the institute and I took the knowledge to the practical training.
When I started I didn’t trust myself. I was really surprised at being here. I find that APSI helps you achieve your goals and helps you to find a job which you are happy with. The opportunity is always there and you need to go and get it. So when I finish this course I want a open a small business – a cafe.Fatima Kanneh (Ivory Coast) - Diploma of Hospitality
I am studying Advanced Diploma in Hospitality and I came to Perth as I want improve my professional career. My family has a guest house and I would like to help in the family business. When I go back to I’ll put in practice all the knowledge I am acquiring in my organization.
I am happy in APSI since the first day. We have a really good teacher, who is very passionate and you can see that from the way she teaches. We can feel the emotion she brings into the class and how she makes us love hospitality more and more. She helps us a lot.
The students are from Australia and different countries. It is a great opportunity to learn a lot of things about culture. And also the atmosphere is friendly.Cecilia Auguste (Maruitus) - Adv. Diploma of Hospitality