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111 An Information Session may be required. Check the Course Information Leaflet, contact the college or visit our website wsi.tafensw.edu.au. There are no fee exemptions or concessions available for WSI PLUS courses. For more information, visit wsi.tafensw.edu.au/wsiplus Key: Application required WSI PLUS fee applies International Student Code TAFE NSW Attendance Certificate Espresso Co ee in a Day Course No: 27245 Duration: 1 day Location: Blue Mountains (Wentworth Falls), The Hills (Baulkham Hills) Description: You will learn the fundamentals of professional co ee making, including the importance of roasting and grinding, safe operation of a commercial co ee machine and how to extract a perfect espresso base. You will also learn about texturing milk, serving and presenting di erent co ees, and how to clean the espresso machine. Entry Requirements: No formal educational requirements. WSI PLUS fees apply Advanced Diploma of (NRT) Events Application Required -- see page 6 Course No: 18076 National Code: SIT60207 Duration: 18 weeks full-time; 1 year part-time Location: The Hills (Baulkham Hills) Description: For people who work, or want to work, in the events industry as an events manager, venue manager, conference manager or exhibitions manager. You will acquire wide-ranging, highly specialised technical event management skills with a strategic research, planning and communication focus. Entry Requirements: Diploma of Events, or equivalent employment experience. Career Opportunities: Event, Venue, Conference or Exhibition Manager. International students CRICOS Code 064730C. Certificate III in (NRT) Events Application Required -- see page 6 Course No: 18052 National Code: SIT30607 Duration: 18 weeks full-time; part-time, flexible Location: Blue Mountains, Nepean (Kingswood), The Hills (Baulkham Hills) Description: This is for people who want to work in the sector responsible for coordinating meetings, conferences and/or community, sporting and cultural events. You will develop meeting and event administrative and operational skills and knowledge required by support sta in and events industry. Entry Requirements: NSW School Certificate or equivalent. You must be 18 years or older to study the unit Responsible Service of Alcohol. Career Opportunities: Event Assistant/ Operative, Conference/ Exhibitions Assistant. International students CRICOS Code 064947G. Diploma of (NRT) Events Application Required -- see page 6 Course No: 18075 National Code: SIT50207 Duration: Up to 1.5 years full-time; 2 years part-time Location: Blue Mountains, Nepean (Kingswood), The Hills (Baulkham Hills) Description: For people who work, or want to work, in the events industry as an events/sports events manager or similar. If you do not meet the entry requirement of a Certificate III, you can enrol directly into the Certificate III in Events and then progress to the Diploma. Please contact your local campus for further details. Entry Requirements: Certificate III in an Events-related area (such as Business, Entertainment, Hospitality, Museums and Libraries, Music, Sport or Tourism), or have undertaken work experience that reflects the full scope of the qualification. Career Opportunities: Event Coordinator, Venue Coordinator, Conference Coordinator, Exhibition Coordinator. International students CRICOS Code 064946J. Jason Amies Diploma of Event Management/ Advanced Diploma of Events Jason's initiative, ambition and strong motivation have been the driving forces behind his success. During the Global Financial Crisis, Jason turned a retrenchment into an opportunity to hone his skills and improve his career prospects. He impressed his teachers with not only outstanding academic results but also with his commitment, organisational skills and determination to deliver for his events. "My enrolment at TAFE demonstrated a clear goal to reposition my career: to build on existing skills, learn about the events industry and create new contacts that would be the start of a new network, and to move forward. My goal in this has been realised." Jason was presented with the Travel, Tourism and Events (Recreation) Student of the Year at the 2010 TAFE NSW --Western Sydney Institute Student Excellence Awards. 60 SECONDS WITH...