Hospitality courses

Hospitality courses

The hospitality industry is suffering such a critical skills shortage that employers are having to go off-shore to find workers. There are already 36,000 unfilled vacancies in the hospitality industry and by 2015 another 56,000 workers will be required.¹

With unprecedented demand for skilled professionals, hospitality is much more than a path between restaurant tables. Now's the time to get qualified.

These accredited hospitality courses include all the right ingredients for a five-star career.

¹Minister for Immigration Chris Bowen on release of new labour agreement January 24, 2012

Career outcomes:

  • Food & Beverage Manager
  • Guest Services Manager
  • Functions Manager
  • Restaurant Manager
  • Reservations Manager
  • Duty Manager
15 Hospitality courses:

A look at the numbers

$51,342 The average minimum salary for Hospitality jobs on SEEK in March 2014 Minimum salary icon

Source: seek.com.au

$63,168 The average maximum salary for Hospitality jobs on SEEK in March 2014 Maximum salary icon

Source: seek.com.au

7% of the Australian workforce are employed in Accomodation & Food Services

Source: Australian Jobs 2012