Kenvale College now offers a work based qualification (Certificate II in Hospitality, SIT20213) based in and through work at Kenvale College approved hospitality establishments in Sydney and some in New Zealand.
Qualified supervisors with prestige in the field provide the necessary training, so that while each person works, they can acquire the skills and required knowledge and have these recognised by a hospitality provider.
Individuals with this qualification can work in various hospitality settings, such as restaurants, hotels, catering operations, cafes, coffee shops and also learn how to manage their own home.
In this certificate, Kenvale offers training within select hospitality establishments in Sydney. The type of establishments selected includes:
- small to medium sized residences in Strathfield, Chatswood, Pennant Hills, Killara or Randwick.
- larger residences such as Creston College and Yarraton, as well as a conference centre in the north-west of Sydney, Kenthurst Study Centre.
The hospitality and home management of these residences is entrusted to household administration staff. Each one of these household administrations aims to create a home environment by providing quality hospitality service.
There are also similar Kenvale College approved establishments in New Zealand.
The Work Based Certificate II in Hospitality gives students the opportunity to work at these establishments, gain life skills and qualification all at the same time – on the job.
How to apply
The course is open to 15-25 year old women that have an authentic interest to learn about and develop home management skills.
- Students need to enrol in Kenvale College by filling in an application form
- The applicant will be sent an acceptance questionnaire to determine the following information:
- Preferred timing for work placement
- Preferred establishment
- Strathfield, Chatswood, Pennant Hills, Killara, Randwick or Kenthurst
- Preferred type of contractual agreement
- Permanent part-time or full-time work
- Important personal health data
Upon receipt of all information above, the College will then contract the manager of the establishment who will arrange for an innterview.
Once accepted, the establishment will draft a formal training agreement, induction program and determine the start date.
How to apply
The certificate consists of 12 Units of Competency.
On average, it would take one year to complete with full-time work.
However, the certificate can be completed at the pace of the student or they may only want to select particular units and receive a statement of attainment from Kenvale College every 12 months for the units completed in that academic year, This can be used to obtain credit in any Australian VET College including Kenvale for those units if they would like to do further study.
The Units of Competency are:
- SITXWHS001 Participate in safe work practises
- SITHIND002 Source and use information on the hospitality industry
- BSBWOR203 Work effectively with others
- SITXCOM002 Show social and cultural sensitivity
- SITHIND003 Use hospitality skills effectively
- SITXCCS003 Interact with customers
- SITXFSA001 Use hygienic practices for food safety (Prerequisite for *)
- SITHCCC002 Prepare and present simple dishes *
- SITHACS002 provide housekeeping services to guests
- SITHACS004 Launder linen and guest clothes>/li>
- SITHFAB014 Provide table service of food and beverage*#
- SITHFAB002 Provide responsible service of alcohol (Prerequisite for #)
In order to fulfill all the required units, each student will be provided with a training log book with all the required information regarding workplace assessment.
Fees and Charges
The cost to obtain each unit through Kenvale college in this certificate is $50. This is payable to Kenvale College.
Wage rates and other training wages will be as per established award rates. For more information about this, please contact your own establishment.