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Hospitality Open Days

Visit us on Open Day for a formal presentation on the hospitality industry, starting at 5pm, followed by a tour of our fabulous student training restaurants, commercial kitchens and study facilities. After receiving a general overview, we nominate expert staff for you to talk to in detail about hospitality programs, specialisations and pathways to further study.


Please note: Bachelor of Hospitality Management information will be available at the Waverley Open Day sessions only.

- , Thu, 09 Aug - bookings essential.

Holmesglen Moorabbin Campus, 488 South Road Moorabbin 3189 Australia

Visit us on Open Day for a formal presentation on the hospitality industry, starting at 5pm, followed by a tour of our fabulous student training restaurants, commercial kitchens and study facilities. After receiving a general overview, we nominate expert staff for you to talk to in detail about hospitality programs, specialisations and pathways to further study.


Please note: Bachelor of Hospitality Management information will be available at the Waverley Open Day sessions only.

- , Thu, 09 Aug - bookings essential.

Holmesglen Waverley Campus, 595 Waverley Road Glen Waverley Australia

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Take the first steps into hospitality during your final year of school – with this course.

During this certificate, you’ll learn key hospitality skills such as how to interact with customers and receive and store stock. We also teach you food safety procedures and safe work practices.

Upon successfully completing your first year, you’ll be awarded a Certificate II in Hospitality.

You can then specialise in the Hospitality or Kitchen Operations stream – depending on which pathway you prefer.

Fast track to a career as an apprentice chef, kitchen hand, barista or food and beverage attendant with this course.


This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge required to obtain and further a career in the hospitality industry. It is delivered in your workplace with an emphasis on providing hands on, practical, relevant training.

You will develop your skills in food and beverage service, espresso coffee making skills, bar service of alcoholic beverages and cocktails, and food and beverage knowledge. You will also learn about health and safety in the workplace, as well as how to handle complaints and communicate efficiently with your customers.

After successful completion of this course, you will have the skills to work in various service positions within resorts, hotels, function centres, catering enterprises, restaurants, bistros and accommodation venues.


If you love working with people, food, coffee and drinks, this hands-on course will prepare you for a career in the hospitality industry.

With potential employment opportunities in hotels, resorts, motels, function and catering operations, pubs, clubs, cafes and coffee shops, this course will set you up for the beginning of a lifelong career.

You will experience live learning in our training restaurants and develop your skills in a range of service styles from casual to fine dining.

You will also have the opportunity to train alongside some of the best in the business through organised events such as the Melbourne International Food and Wine Festival and Celebrity Chef dinners.

These events provide our students with networking opportunities to kick-start their career.

Work experience is available with organisations like the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.


If you are seeking a management position within the hospitality industry, this hands-on course gives you the training and development you need for your future career.

Your studies will involve placement in Holmesglen's student training restaurants (Zest at Waverley and Cilantro at Moorabbin) where you will learn the intricacies of front of house service.

You will apply your skills while learning in our fully equipped practical facilities, as well as enjoying work placement with our industry partners.

Subjects studied include the Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) certification, practical training on food preparation, food serving and food safety, managing budgets and staffing, and an additional focus on barista training (essential for those wanting to work in Melbourne).

The course offers a fantastic overview of the tasks involved in supervising front of house at a restaurant or cafe - a perfect choice for those looking to work in the hospitality industry.

Career paths open to graduates include management roles in resorts, hotels, function centres, casinos, cruise liners and gaming venues.

You may wish to pursue restaurant management, accommodation operations, specialist wine roles, and supervisory and management roles within sales, marketing, inventory and logistics at major hotels and facilities worldwide.


This course provides training in the skills and knowledge required by people seeking management positions and a career within the broader hospitality industry.

Holmesglen's balanced delivery of practical and theory lets you apply your skills while learning in our fully equipped facilities, including on-campus restaurants, bars and kitchens.

This course incorporates the SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management. If you have already completed the diploma, you may be able to complete this course in just six months.


Holmesglen's Bachelor of Hospitality Management (BHM) is a three-year degree for those aspiring to a career in hospitality management. The course provides operational and higher level management skills, contextualised for hospitality.

Students are challenged to collaborate and integrate technology, producing graduates who are confident in today's dynamic workplace. Students get the opportunity to put their learning into practice with two placement opportunities in the final year of study.

The range of options open to our graduates is enormous, from positions in major hotels, resorts, commercial catering operations, to restaurants and events management organisations. There are also abundant opportunities for graduates to establish their own businesses.

Hospitality is a world-wide industry; it is increasing its professionalism, requiring higher level qualifications from its workforce. Our Bachelor of Hospitality Management creates graduates ready to take on tomorrow's jobs.

At Holmesglen, we are committed to supporting our students to achieve their learning goals, so we provide small classes with hands-on experiences. With small classes, you won't be lost in the crowd. You'll soon get to know your fellow students and feel part of Holmesglen - and your teachers will know you as an individual.

All BHM academic staff have extensive industry experience and higher education teaching experience. The facilities used by students include the Zest training restaurant, coffee-making and kitchen facilities, the Holmesglen at Eildon campus for conference and student recreation facilities, as well as off-site visits to hospitality and tourism venues and businesses within Melbourne and regional Victoria.


  • A look into our student restaurants – Cilantro and Zest
    Our training restaurants help students develop their skills in real working environments.
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