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113 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 Certificate III in (NRT) Holiday Parks and Resorts Course No: 19978 National Code: SIT31209 Duration: Flexible Location: The Hills (Baulkham Hills) Description: This is for employed trainees working as a holiday park or resort administrator and tourism consultant in the front o ce of a holiday park or resort, or maintaining the aesthetic appearance and presentation of the park. Entry Requirements: NSW School Certificate or equivalent. Career Opportunities: Tourism/ Administration Clerk, Holiday Park or Resort Ground and Maintenance O cer. Certificate IV in (NRT) Holiday Parks and Resorts Course No: 19979 National Code: SIT40809 Duration: Flexible Location: The Hills (Baulkham Hills) Description: This is for employees working in the holiday parks and resorts industry who operate with significant autonomy and responsibility. Entry Requirements: NSW School Certificate or equivalent. Career Opportunities: Assistant Holiday Park or Resort Manager, Holiday Park or Resort Supervisor. Certificate II in (NRT) Hospitality Course No: 18112 National Code: SIT20207 Duration: 9 weeks full-time; 18 weeks part-time Location: Blue Mountains, Mount Druitt, Nepean (Kingswood), The Hills (Baulkham Hills) Description: The qualification provides you with the skills and knowledge to be competent as a qualified cook. This course includes units of competency where skills must be demonstrated in a workplace setting and is for people employed as trainees in the hospitality industry or people who want to work at the operative level in a range of hospitality establishments including restaurants, hotels, motels, catering operations, clubs, pubs, cafes and co ee shops. You will learn about the hospitality industry and will develop your customer service and communication skills, along with other skills relevant to food and beverage service, accommodation services or other hospitality services. The Hills - Bar Attendant Blue Mountains - Food and Beverage and Bar; Accommodation Services and Front O ce Mount Druitt - Food Beverage and Gaming Entry Requirements: You must be 18 years or older to join particular units. Career Opportunities: Bar Attendant, Bottle Shop Attendant, Catering Assistant, Food and Beverage, Attendant, Housekeeping Attendant, Porter, Receptionist, Front O ce Attendant. Certificate IV in (NRT) Hospitality Course No: 18114 National Code: SIT40307 Duration: Up to 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time, flexible Location: Blue Mountains, Mount Druitt, Nepean (Kingswood), The Hills (Baulkham Hills) Description: For people who want to work in the hospitality industry in the food and beverage, wine or accommodation areas at supervisory level. Depending on the electives chosen, you develop skills in the following areas: front o ce, housekeeping, basic- level catering, communication, basic accounting and cashiering, hospitality sales and marketing, food and beverage service, accommodation services supervision, wine studies, sta ng and training, and function planning and practice. The Hills - Food and Beverage, Front O ce Nepean (Kingswood) -- Food and Beverage, Front O ce Entry Requirements: NSW School Certificate or equivalent. You must be 18 years or older to join particular units. Career Opportunities: Food and Beverage Supervisor, Front O ce Supervisor, Concierge, Butler. International students CRICOS Code 065588G. Mieko Shimoda Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) Mieko developed a taste for Commercial Cookery after undertaking an Asian Cookery course in 2008. Attaining a high level of achievement in her chosen field, Mieko's thirst for knowledge and growing skills in cookery have made her a great asset to her industry. A perfectionist in all respects, Mieko excelled in her studies and now manages the kitchen of a cafe in Katoomba. She is also completing her Certificate IV in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery). Mieko says that she enjoyed all aspects of her course, particularly the practical skills development. "I learned so many techniques to deliver and also develop my knowledge about commercial cookery too." Mieko was presented with the Hospitality Student of the Year at the 2010 TAFE NSW --Western Sydney Institute Student Excellence Awards 60 SECONDS WITH...