Tourism and Hospitality in QLD - start your lucrative career now
It's time we celebrate... the taste makers, the explorers
Enter the lucrative industry of hospitality and tourism and learn skills that can land you a job anywhere in the world.
At TAFE Queensland
your classrooms are real life restaurants and cafes where you will learn firsthand how to work in this fast-paced, exciting industry. TAFE Queensland
tourism courses prepare students for working as a travel consultant, tour guide or tourism promoter.
Courses offered include hospitality, commercial cookery, kitchen operations, events, travel and tourism.
View our hospitality and tourism course list
CAREERS IN TOURSIM AND HOSPITALITY
Ever wondered how to make a career out of travelling?
Australia's travel and tourism industry attracts hundreds of thousands of people to Australia each year.
TAFE QLD tourism, travel and hospitality
Get the edge you need to quickly progress through the ranks in the tourism and hospitality industry.
QLD Young Tourism Leaders
There’s never been a better time to launch a career in tourism. From hotels, resorts, transport and travel, tourist attractions and adventure tours – the possibilities are endless to build a successful, lifelong career.
Event Management Courses at TAFE SA
Event management is a growing industry in Australia and trained event planning professionals are in demand.
William Angliss short Patisserie course
With William Angliss's Pastry Chef as your guide, take an incredible journey through the art of producing traditional Viennoiserie such as croissants, brioche and Danish.
ICC Sydney - set your career apart from the rest
The ICC Sydney recruitment process sets them apart.
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Restaurant Australia: ICC Sydney
ICC Sydney offers world class catering for events
Events Management @ William Angliss
Why settle for walking the red carpet when you can run the whole show?