Serve it Up has attained huge recognition as the registered training organization that specializes in conducting nationally accredited training programs for hospitality management. The key courses that are offered in this company include short courses in RSA, Certificate IV Hospitality, Certificate III Traineeships in Hospitality, Certificate IV Management & Leadership and hygienic practices for RSF. They emphasize on real skills in order to help the students bag commendable jobs. This highly-reputable, Melbourne-based organization share contacts with the employers seeking their students directly. To know more about the organization, do feel free to go through the following write-up.
More about This Company
Serve It Up is looked upon as the boutique organization, dedicated to conducting effectual training courses in hospitality and management. They emphasize on skills based completely on training wherein each session involves more on the development of personal skills. Most of the qualifications they are offering usually have the government funding available. In case, one is eligible for government subsided place, he/she may be assured that the majority of the course costs will be covered.
During the enrolment procedure, the students are needed to complete the pre-training review. The document outlines numeracy and literacy requirements, essential for the completion of the courses. The form also determines the digital literacy. As the part of enrolment procedure, the assessor or trainer mark the document as well as assess the eligibility of the students for the completion of the courses on the enrolment day. The pre-training reviews usually indicate whether or not they need the other learning requirements.
Hospitality and Management
The course is conducted for one day every week for almost 4 hours over 18 sessions. On the completion of the classes, one needs to submit the logbook of nearly 36 shifts in hospitality workplace as well as industry task book.
The course is conducted for one day every week for almost 4 hours over 16 sessions. One is normally awarded with 5 certificates on the completion of the qualification.
The course is generally conducted as the group in the workplace over 12 sessions for 4 hours. The courses are eligible for funding as the part of Skills First Program. For more information, feel free to visit the website.
The organization also offers trainings for RSF, RSA and first aid programs.
Why Should One Choose This Organization?
The qualities of the training programs they conduct are evident in the following feedbacks left by the individuals in the testimonial section of their official website.
"I'm really sad to say I'm ending the course early due to moving interstate. It gave me a huge about of knowledge in a short amount of time, with huge thanks to the awesome trainers I've had, and I'd love to thank you especially! I landed 2 jobs in hospitality, (which were my first ever jobs) while living in Melbourne, and adding this course to my resume definitely helped me get them! It was great and I wish I could've completed it. I'll definitely look into it again next time I'm living in Melbourne! I loved the practical side to this course, it was great because I learn more from being hands on! Thanks so much Rebecca!"
- Isabelle Christensen
"Hey Bec, I just wanted to say thank you on behalf of the students at Serve It Up. I am currently working as a waiter at Maha, which is a 5 star Mediterranean restaurant in the CBD for the past month and I'm loving it. My friends from Sim service are also loving their new jobs at AFL games, Ed Sheeran shows and cocktail bars in the city. Without Serve It Up, I don't think I would have been considered at all for a position at Maha, so I wanted to tell you how much we all really appreciate what you and all the staff team do for us students......... please let the whole staff team know that we thank them very much for their hard work. We are lucky to have such great role models in the industry to help us slog shot into the industry."
- Caillan Baynes
To know more, check out the official website.
For more information, visit: http://www.serveitup.com.au/