VET Certificate II in Hospitality & Kitchen Operations
(SIT20316 and SIT20416)
The VCE/VET Hospitality program provides participants with the knowledge and skills to achieve competencies that will enhance their employment prospects within a broad range of hospitality settings.
The VCE/VET Hospitality offers two programs, with the first year being dual:
Program 1: Certificate II in Hospitality
Program 2: Certificate II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations).
The aim of the VCAA VCE/VET Hospitality programs is to:
Provide participants with the foundation knowledge and skills to achieve entry level competencies which will enhance their employment prospects within the hospitality industry
Provide knowledge and skills to use in a range of job functions
Enable participants to gain a recognised credential and make a more informed choice of vocational and career paths
Students will have access to the fully equipped commercial training kitchen and CRCIT’s commercially operational training restaurant Quatrefoils or in Manna. Quatrefoils is opened to the public two evenings per week and also provides catering for other private functions. Manna is open to the school community daily serving delicious lunches prepared by students.
Structured Workplace Learning
Students will be expected to complete a minimum of 12 complete service periods of industry experience for the Certificate II in Hospitality. Students will demonstrate their skills and apply their knowledge in a real environment.
Vocational Education and Training Programs are conducted under the auspices of various Registered Training Organisations. This certificate course is delivered by CRCIT (Catholic Regional College Institute of Training 22427). Students who are continuously absent may receive a N (Not Satisfactory) result for the unit of study or failure to abide this commitment may also result in their withdrawal from the program.
Resources and Facilities
Students will have access to the fully equipped commercial training kitchen and CRCIT’s commercially operational training restaurant Quatrefoils. Quatrefoils is opened to the public two evenings per week and also provides catering for other private functions.
Entry requirements and pre-requisites
There are no formal entry requirements or pre-requisites for this course. However students will be expected to demonstrate an aptitude for and interest in the hospitality industry.
Responsible Service of Alcohol
A requirement to work in the Hospitality Industry throughout Australia is to have your Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) Certificate. CRCIT Hospitality VET trainer is hospitality experienced person that is fully accredited with The Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA –www.vrqa.vic.gov.au/) and The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR)
Once you have successfully completed the RSA course you will receive your Victorian RSA Certificate.
For further information on the Hospitality Programs delivered at CRCIT please click here to download an information brochure.