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Diploma of Hospitality

The Diploma of Hospitality course offered online through SEEK Learning gives you the wide-ranging practical skills to help you succeed in hospitality.


Upon completion of this course, you’ll have the business understanding and the leadership abilities to work in a wide range of management roles in hotels, resorts and other facilities, and the practical workplace experience to perform confidently and capably in a diverse range of environments.
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Certificate III in Hospitality

The Certificate III in Hospitality course provides a career launch pad for anyone seeking work in the dynamic hospitality and services industry.


With an emphasis on front-of-house food and beverage service, you’ll complete this course with the practical skills you need to excel in the hospitality sector.
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SIT50313 Diploma of Hospitality

Study the online Diploma of Hospitality course and get started in a dynamic industry that employs millions of people across the globe.


This comprehensive program is best suited to those with a background in hospitality who are looking to transition into more senior roles, but will also benefit those looking to gain entry into the industry.
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Diploma of Business (Hospitality Management)

This online Diploma of Business (Hospitality Management) course offered by William Blue is the ideal launchpad for your career in hospitality, events or tourism.


The nationally recognised qualification will equip you with a variety of skills ranging from human resources and management to marketing and service delivery.
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Associate Degree in Business (Hospitality Management)

The Associate Degree in Business (Hospitality Management) online course from William Blue will give you valuable skills and experience to kick-start your career in hospitality.


Upon completion of this course, you will have the skills and knowledge to be eligible for assistant manager-level roles, including assistance food and beverage manager, assistance front office manager, operations manager and department manager.
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Australian Institute of Professional Education (AIPE)

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Diploma of Hospitality

Good hospitality is more than offering food and shelter; it’s an art. Learn to turn the art of good service into a career with this online Diploma of Hospitality course.


From understanding how to enhance the customer-service experience right through to recruitment and rostering of staff, this course will ensure you run your hospitality business like a pro.
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Diploma of Business (Tourism Management)

Learn the business and logistics behind tourism initiatives with this online Diploma of Business (Tourism Management) course.


Delivered by William Blue, this course will provide you with the business and management skills you need to lead a tourism operation.
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About Hospitality

Hospitality is a broad and diverse industry that covers a range of services including accommodation, dining, clubs and pubs, events and tourism. It is a career that can literally take you around the globe, and studying an online course in hospitality can act as the perfect first step to get you in the industry.

If you like to entertain people and strive to be the host with the most, a career in hospitality could be your calling. The hospitality industry centres around making people feel welcome and providing the perfect environment for them to relax and enjoy themselves. Creating this environment involves providing the best possible customer service and understanding the needs of clients.

In every hospitality role, customer service is the main priority. It is just as true for food and beverage attendants, housekeeping attendants and bar staff as it is for maitre d’s, executive chefs and general managers.

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