Certificate I in Hospitality (SIT10216)

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Certificate I in Hospitality is a nationally recognised certificate. This qualification provides a pathway to work in many hospitality settings, for a diverse range of employers as well as for further education and training.

At the time of print the following units of competency will be studied.



National Code


Unit of Competency – core units


Nominal Hours


BSBWOR203 Work effectively with others




Prepare and present sandwiches




Prepare and serve non alcoholic beverages


SITXWHS001 Participate in safe work practices 15


SITXCCS002 Provide visitor information 20


SITXCCS001 Provide customer information and assistance 20


Please Note:

These hours are nominal and do not reflect actual hours of required study by a student. The certificate is attainable over one year of study in Year 10.

Those students who study Certificate l in Hospitality in Year 10 and elect to undertake a Certificate ll in Tourism in Year 11 and 12 will receive a transfer credit for three of the units contained in this Certificate. They will not need to re do them.

The frequency of this subject is FOUR periods per week.

Link to training.gov.au Certificate I in Hospitality can be found HERE.


This qualification is very beneficial when seeking part time work in the hospitality as it provides a pathway to work in various hospitality settings, such as restaurants, catering operations, cafés, and coffee shops. The Certificate and/or Statement of Attainment for successfully completed units will also be recognised by any Polytechnic College or other Registered Training Organisation nationally.


A fee is charged for resources and ingredients. The fee for 2020 is set at $240. This fee may be subject to change.

Certificate I in Hospitality is an enjoyable course whether you’re interested in becoming a chef or waiter, or even if you’re simply interested in food and would like to achieve your first certificate. This certificate will improve your resume when applying for jobs, as it provides the necessary knowledge and skills for the hospitality industry.

Alyssa Holdaway

This course is suitable for students who may wish to study a Certificate II in Tourism

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