Training for schools and universities
Innovative onsite training to get your students job-ready for the hospitality industry.
iTFE’s Essentials Hospitality Skills Program is our most popular onsite training solution, empowering students to obtain part-time employment during their studies. With onsite delivery of customised hospitality courses, students can share an invaluable experience with their friends from the comfort of their classroom.
The program is an innovative and cost-effective solution assisting schools in training their students to be job-ready with real industry skills. The program comprises of four Essential Hospitality Courses; Food Safety Handler, Barista Coffee, Responsible Service of Alcohol and Professional Waiter (the minimum requirement for any new employee in hospitality). The students receive certificates and experience to assist them to enter the hospitality industry.
iTFE’s Essentials Hospitality Skills Program can be held at either your school’s premises or at our training centres during the school term or in holiday periods. iTFE will organise all the required training equipment including professional coffee machines, experienced trainers, promotional materials to distribute to students and parents and schedule the training program based on your requirements.
The program can be tailored to suit your school’s requirements, and additional or alternative training courses can be included, just ask us when booking.
Don’t take our word for it, here’s what St Kevin’s College thought:
The Institute of Training and Further Education (iTFE) conducted a comprehensive Hospitality Course for 100 St Kevin’s College Year 12 students in November 2016 over a period of three days. The course consisted of the RSA, Food Safety Handler, Professional Waiter and Coffee Barista with student groups of 20 to 25 rotating from one course to another. The organisation by iTFE, both prior to, and throughout the course, was excellent with the session run in a very professional manner by each of the visiting trainers. The feedback from the students was extremely positive with many using their new qualifications to procure jobs in the hospitality industry to support their university studies.
Sue White, Head of Careers, St Kevin’s College