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SIT50416 –Diploma of Hospitality Management (CRICOS Course Code:092049K)

Course Description

The SIT50416 – Diploma of Hospitality Management course has a strong focus on planning and execution. It helps to develop knowledge and managerial skills required for business operations of international hotels and resorts. There is a skill shortage in Hospitality industry. This course will empower you to take those challenging opportunities.

No occupational licensing, certification or specific legislative requirements apply to this qualification.

Course Admission Requirements

*We accept under 18 students

  • Completion of high school studies equivalent to Australian Year 12 schooling OR
  • Completion of secondary school/ A level education overseas OR
  • Demonstrated knowledge, skills and experience in the hospitality industry as per AQF requirements AND
  • Completion of SIT40516 -Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery

English Language Requirement (for international students only):

Where the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) require evidence of English language proficiency for the student visa application process, will be required to provide proof of English language proficiency.

  • IELTS Test Score of 5.5 OR
  • TOEFL (iBT) Test Score of 46 OR
  • PTE Academic Test Score of 42 OR
  • Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Test Score of 47 OR
  • OET Pass Grade OR
  • TOEFL (PBT) Test Score of 527 (only if IELTS is not available) OR
  • If you are an international student currently studying in Australia and have studied for a period of 6 months or more at AQF Certificate III level or above.

Course Fee

Application Fee

Material Fee

Tuition Fee

$250 (for new students only)



For overseas students: $5100

For domestic students: $3500

Material fee varies from course to course. 


  • Text Books (Online)
  • Student support material


The Students must have successfully completed SIT40516-Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery to enrol in this course. The course duration is 26 weeks, including 6 weeks’ holidays. Students must attend a minimum of twenty (20) face to face timetabled hours per weekand self- paced study of 10 hours per week.
Study Modes

The delivery method for this course is:

  • Face-to-face classroom-based learning
  • Self-paced (outside class hours) includes reading learner guides, research of subject learning material, completing learner guide activities, online quizzes, research, and assessment tasks.


  • 8 Francis Street, Perth,WA 6000

Units of Competency

Unit Code

Unit Name



Enhance customer service experiences*



Develop and manage quality customer service practices*



Research and comply with regulatory requirements*



Establish and conduct business relationships*



Roster staff*



Manage operational plan*



Prepare and monitor budgets*



Manage diversity in the workplace



Manage conflict



Manage finances within a budget



Lead and manage people



Monitor work operations



Implement and monitor work health and safety practices



Use hygienic practices for food safety



Participate in safe food handling practices



Work effectively as a cook



Use food preparation equipment



Prepare and present sandwiches



Prepare appetisers and salads



Prepare dishes using basic methods of cookery



Prepare vegetable, fruit, egg and farinaceous dishes



Prepare stocks, sauces and soups



Prepare seafood dishes



Prepare poultry dishes



Prepare meat dishes



Handle and serve cheese



Prepare food to meet special dietary requirements



Produce cakes, pastries and breads


*Units [seven] are completed in the SIT50416- Diploma of Hospitality Management in 26 weeks, remaining twenty one units are completed in the SIT40516 -Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery.

Study Pathway and Career Opportunities

On completion of the SIT50416- Diploma of Hospitality Management, students may pursue selected Bachelor courses at Universities. Job roles and titles vary across different industry sectors .Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include:

  • Banquet or Function Manager
  • Chef Patissier
  • Front Office Manager
  • Kitchen Manager
  • Restaurant Manager
  • Unit Manager (Catering Operations)
  • Chef de cuisine
  • Executive Housekeeper
  • Gaming Manager
  • Motel Manager
  • Sous Chef.


Australian Technical College adopts a number of assessment tools. All students should demonstrate competency through each of the assessment tools. In general, the following assessment methods apply for this course:

  • Projects
  • Practical Demonstrations
  • Knowledge-Based Tests
  • Case Studies
  • Portfolios
  • Quiz
  • Role Plays

Simulated Environment

ATCWA’s learning program includes simulation which involves the student completing or dealing with a task, activity or problem that they might encounter in the workplace in their chosen field of study but it is being replicated in an environment that mimics the workplace context. Both the practice and assessment tasks create an environment that requires the student to use both generic skills (decision making/problem solving) and technical skills relevant to each unit.

Award Requirements

To be awarded the SIT50416 -Diploma of Hospitality Management, students must successfully complete all units. Where learners complete individual units of competency but not the entire qualification, they will receive a Statement of Attainment for any unit(s) that is successfully completed.

Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) Support at ATCWA

ATCWA will ensure all clients have met the course entry requirements of their enrolled course. As part of enrolment process, all clients are required to sit for a LLN test to ensure that the student has sufficient LLN capabilities to complete the course. Students are required to take an LLN test on the day of orientation.

Students with LLN difficulties will be provided additional learning support by an appropriate staff member in ATCWA. The LLN support will be based on the client’s individual special needs and availability. ATCWA will provide the required assistance to all students as per its registration requirements.

This support will include:

  • Identifying particular requirements (such as literacy, numeracy, English language or physical capabilities) learners would need to complete each course, and developing strategies to make support available where gaps are identified. This may include providing: Language, Literacy & Numeracy (LLN) support and/or additional tutorials.
  • Other mechanisms, such as assistance in using computing technology for completion of assessments.

 Transfer between Registered Providers Requirements at ATCWA

ATCWA ensures that it only accepts the enrolment of international students who are eligible for release or have completed at least six (6) months of their principal course of study. In accordance with National Code 2018 student.

ATCWA Transfer between Registered Providers Policy and Procedure outlines the circumstances in which transfer of students from other Providers will be assessed in accordance with the National Code. ATCWA will assess each request on an individual student basis, taking into account all supporting documentation submitted.

Under the transfer student requirements (ESOS Act), if the student has completed more than six months of their principal course of study, the student as per ATCWA does not need to apply for a release but they must apply for a cancellation of their enrolment.

Please refer to Department of Home Affairs web site regarding changing courses: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/change-in-situation/study-situation

Please refer to ESOS student fact sheet to know the responsibilities of an international student: https://docs.education.gov.au/documents/international-student-fact-sheet

Please refer to our web site for more information on transfer students requirements: https://atc.wa.edu.au/overseas-transfer-students/

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT) at ATCWA

ATCWA will systematically and appropriately recognise course credit that is granted for recognition of prior learning and credit transfer within the ESOS framework. ATCWA is proactive in granting course credit for recognition of prior learning and credit transfer to students with suitable prior qualifications, learning or experience. To apply for recognition of prior learning or credit transfer students must submit an application form along with all documentary evidence to ATCWA. Recognition of prior learning and credit transfer may reduce the duration of your studies.

Intake Dates

  • 15 April 2019
  • 15 July 2019
  • 14 October 2019
  • 13 January 2020
  • 13 April 2020
  • 13 July 2020
  • 12 October 2020