Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS)
Career Training Institute of Australia (CTIA) offers Certificate I and Certificate II qualifications in Tourism and Hospitality with the option to progress to a Certificate III or Diploma level qualification, funded by the Department of Education and Training’s VET investment budget.
CTIA can tailor a training program to meet the individual needs of your school.
Programs provide an introduction to the tourism and hospitality industries and could lead to entry level positions within these two rapidly growing employment areas. Successful completion of a Certificate II qualification will enable students to gain an additional 4 QCE points, will assist students by building on their employability skills and will enhance success with resumes, applications and interviews by showing an understanding of cultural awareness in today’s society.
With the introduction of the ATAR system in 2019, CTIA is working closely with schools to assist in tailoring programs and extending qualifications to a Certificate III level. These programs are being designed to be delivered within your current school curriculum.
SAS to Nationally Recognised Qualification – CTIA will work with your existing SAS program, identify and deliver gap training to issue Nationally Recognised Qualifications in either Tourism or Hospitality.
Certificate II in Hospitality – SIT20216
CTIA is also able to manage all your Tourism and Hospitality programs delivered at school through a blended delivery model including on‐line, face to face tutorials and industry placement.
The program includes a ‘live in’ component where students experience the industry first hand during a 1 night / 2day stay in an international hotel.
Talk to us now, on how we can tailor a program to suit your particular school’s needs.
CTIA brings a unique opportunity in training to the school involving face to face, research activities and a “hands on” experience as learning is taken out of the classroom and students are immersed in both the tourism industry and local Indigenous culture.
Certificate II in Tourism – SIT20116
There are a number of cultural camp options available to consolidate the theory delivery of the Certificate II in Tourism. Depending on your location you may be able to choose from one of the following:
- Gold Coast Balunjali Cultural Awareness camp – 2 day / 1 night
- Moreton Island Eco Tourism Adventure camp – 3 day / 2 night
- Ingan Tours River and Rainforest Cultural Walk – 3 day / 2 night
- Gold Coast Leadership and cultural camp – 3 day / 3 night
- Gold Coast Tourism experience – 5 day / 4 night
Certificate I in Tourism (Australian Indigenous Culture) – SIT10116
Students completing the Certificate I in Tourism (Australian Indigenous Culture) have the opportunity to consolidate their theory training by attending the Indigenous cultural experience camp. In conjunction with Balunjali this 1night/2day camp leaves from the Gold Coast where student kayak to South Stradbroke Island with experienced Indigenous guides.
Speak to one of our course consultants who can help you put your Australian indigenous Culture program together.
Feedback on our courses:
“Thanks again for last week – best camp I have been on in 20 years of teaching” – Greg Hamilton – HOD Senior School Mossman, State High School
It’s been very remiss of me not to be in touch before this. Our students had an absolutely fabulous time on the camp and have not stopped raving about their experiences since. Thank you so much for inviting us to be involved and for providing this wonderful opportunity for them. It has really opened their eyes and, as is obvious from their feedback, encouraged some to think more about their future careers. A win/win!
Many, many thanks,
*Teacher* – This course has provided opportunities for our college and students that they will value for the rest of their lives. The skills, knowledge and training that these students have received from this course has had a significant impact on their personal journey. Not only is this an opportunity for training in the Tourism industry, but also to allow students to build resilience and confidence outside their comfort zones. Thank you and we look forward to working with you again in the future.
I have gained a lot of experience from participating in a wide range of activities which I may have not thought about trying. It has given me more insight into what types of tourism activities that could be offered in my community. It has given me more tourism ideas to talk about in my teaching of business. The facilities are good at the centre with a wide range of activities students can participate in.
This experience has been an amazing & truly interesting experience that I will take into full consideration. It’s also given me a better understanding of aboriginal culture & how connected everything is. (land, sea, air). Thank you for this opportunity & thank you for everything.
It was really good in my opinion. I thought it was really educational. I can benefit a lot from this for my future. I’ve learnt how to do other things I’ve never thought were possible. I really enjoyed it and would honestly do it again. Best experience.
I have thoroughly enjoyed this experience and have taken a lot out of it. I learnt more of indigenous history and aboriginal culture as well as flora and fauna. I thank everyone for think experience and should be longer.