Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Package

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As a student in our renowned hospitality program, you will develop a strong range of practical skills and theoretical knowledge for employment in frontline and managerial positions in restaurants, hotels, cafes, motels and other hospitality establishments. You will be taught a range of practical skills in food and beverage, housekeeping, front-office and catering, as well as management skills such as financial operations, business planning, leadership, budgeting, project management, and human resource management.

Duration – 77 weeks
Campus – Drysdale Hobart
Intake – February
IELTS score required – 5.5 (no band less than 5.0)
TasTAFE Packaged Course Fee*† – AU$24,550
* Some additional costs for course materials may apply.
† Prices are correct at time of printing and may be subject to change.




Course Structure

The course is a blend of theoretical and practical learning. Students will work in both commercial kitchens and TasTAFE’s own restaurants and cafes that are open to the public, providing real life work experience. You will also complete a major project using the skills that you have acquired throughout the course, such as hosting a themed dinner event.  

Course Additions/Alternatives

Complete a Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery), which is an additional 48 weeks of study, at the beginning of your Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Package to specialise in Cookery.  

Early Exit Points

• Exit after 29 weeks to earn a Certificate III in Hospitality • Exit after 45 weeks to earn a Certificate IV in Hospitality  

Employment Outcomes

Senior Manager in food and beverage, Hotel Operations Manager, Cafe owner, motel or hotel owner, Executive Chef (cookery stream), Catering Manager.  

Pathway to University

Receive guaranteed advanced credit of 1.75 years into a University of Tasmania 3-year Bachelor of Business Administration Degree. No IELTS re-sit required.   Pankaj_hospitality

I love the practical stuff. It is more like working in the industry itself. Doing things in a proper manner and making contacts is really good.

Pankaj Verma, Hospitality.