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Hospitality and Tourism

Tourism has been identified as one of Australia’s ‘high-growth’ sectors over the next two decades, while employment in the hospitality sector is forecast to grow considerably over the next three years. Taken together, the two sectors make up one of our most important industries. If you enjoy meeting new people and trying new things, you’ll be amazed at the career choices available to you in this dynamic and exciting industry sector.

Sectors & Occupations

The tourism sector employs a range of different workers to facilitate leisure activities away from the ‘home’ environment, while the hospitality sector employs a wide range of people to provide accommodation, food and beverage services. Many of these people gained their practical skills through ‘real life’ vocational education and training (VET) courses. Check out a sample of the most popular occupations in each sector.


  • Tourism and Travel Advisor
  • Travel Attendant
  • Tour Guide
  • Travel Consultant
  • Visitor Information Officer
  • Hospitality

  • Kitchenhand
  • Waiter
  • Bar Attendant
  • Barista
  • Chef
  • Café Manager
  • Restaurant Manager
  • Fast Food Cook
  • Cook
  • Housekeeper
  • Café Worker
  • Conference and Event Organiser
  • Hotel Manager
  • Motel Manager
  • Gaming Worker
  • Hotel Service Manager
  • Licensed Club Manager
  • Careers in Demand

    Chefs are currently in demand across Australia, so there’s a good chance of ongoing employment when you complete your training. If you want to set yourself up for a rewarding career, check out the following VET courses that will give you the practical skills you need to gain employment as a chef.


  • SIT30816 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery
  • SIT40516 Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery





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