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Is Tourism your game? Take the plunge!
Get your hospitality career cooking!!
Is Tourism your game? Take the plunge!

Get your hospitality career cooking!!

Your next team member awaits...
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Tourism & Events Courses at Sydney TAFE

Take off to an exciting future


Right at this moment, right around the world, from Tippaburra to Timbuktu people are dreaming about their future travel experiences. Helping people to make those dreams come true is what people who work in the travel and tourism industry do.

Sydney TAFE travel, tourism and event courses can open up the world.  Become an events manager, travel agent, tour guide, sales and marketing manager or business development manager responsible for exclusive products and large corporate accounts.

A career in travel, tourism and events could take you anywhere.  C1_Take-off-Exciting-Future2

Flexible and fast-track options


Sydney TAFE can recognise your knowledge and life/work experience so you finish your qualification faster.

If you are already working in the industry and want to build on your career, you can apply for recognition of prior learning (RPL) so you don’t have to study what you already know.

Sydney TAFE is always developing innovative ways to deliver its courses, including evening and online options, with the diploma and advanced diploma-level courses in both travel and tourism available online.

Towards a rewarding tourism career


Sai Pesanan came to Sydney TAFE to study events and then decided to go global. With her interests broadening, she redirected her study program towards travel and tourism.

Sai’s knowledge and experience gave her the training she needed to gain a position with LesConcierge as a lifestyle consultant, a role which combines both events and tourism. She is now doing further study specifically in travel to gain even more skills and opportunities in the tourism industry.

From Sydney TAFE to a degree


Create your own pathway from a certificate-level course right through to a Bachelor of Hospitality (Management) at Sydney TAFE.

Some higher level Tourism courses offer credit transfer so you may can fast-track your degree after you finish your Sydney TAFE course, with a number of universities across Australia offering bachelor degrees in tourism, tourism management and hotel management.

Build new career skills


Sydney TAFE offers you the opportunity of adding value to your skill-set through other programs.

You may be interested in other Sydney TAFE career areas

•Advertising, Marketing and PR

•Languages other than English (LOTE)

•Business Management and Office Administration

•Photography

•Hospitality

Plan an eventful future


Are you the ‘go-to’ person for family and friends when it’s time to plan special occasions? Are you happiest when you’re participating in community, cultural, culinary, tourism, sporting or music events?

With Sydney TAFE events management courses, you could find yourself coordinating and managing fabulous functions, parties and conferences through to large-scale public and industry events. Or channel your creativity into live production design courses and you could design for theatre productions, festivals, exhibitions and media performances.

More details and contact info


Download the course brochure here

Phone 1300 360 601 and talk with a course advisor

or Email for course details

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