MELBOURNE | SYDNEY DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 2008 INTAKE DATES 2008 18 February MELBOURNE | SYDNEY 28 April 14 July 22 September 24 November LOCATIONS MELBOURNE 196 Flinders Street Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia T. +61 3 8616 0160 F. +61 3 9663 9694 E. firstname.lastname@example.org SYDNEY 26 Waterloo Street Surry Hills NSW 2010 Australia T. +61 2 8394 9499 F. +61 2 8394 9237 E. email@example.com W. www.tmihs.com CONTENTS 04 Introduction Student Services Industry Placement Office Training Facilities Flinders Street, Melbourne Intake Dates 05 Articulation Pathways Instructional Method and Assessment Entry Requirements Recognition of Prior Learning and Recognition of Credit Transfer 06 CERTIFICATE III IN HOSPITALITY (OPERATIONS) 07 CERTIFICATE III IN HOSPITALITY (PATISSERIE) 08 CERTIFICATE III IN HOSPITALITY (COMMERCIAL COOKERY) 10 CERTIFICATE IV IN HOSPITALITY (SUPERVISION) 11 CERTIFICATE IV IN HOSPITALITY (PATISSERIE) 13 CERTIFICATE IV IN HOSPITALITY (COMMERCIAL COOKERY) 15 DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 17 STUDYING IN AUSTRALIA 18 HOTEL SCHOOL CAMPUSES Melbourne Sydney Cost Of Living 19 HOW TO APPLY 20 GENERAL AND SERVICE PROVIDER FEES 21 TUITION FEES 22 APPLICATION FORM 23 FINE PRINT Privacy Statement Indemnity and Release Terms and Conditions Translations Suppliers / Homestay Airport Transfer Waterloo Street, Sydney MIHS DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 2008 | 05 INTRODUCTION STUDENT SERVICES Guaranteed Work Placement Program: In addition to the services provided by ARTICULATION ENTRY Meridian International Hotel School Students are provided with a IPO, students can ensure guaranteed PATHWAYS REQUIREMENTS offers a range of internationally supportive and caring environment, work placement of 900 hours by recognised and respected certificate ideal for those with English as a registering with the Guaranteed Work Meridian International Hotel School The minimum educational and diploma programs for hospitality second language. Students receive Placement Program. Additional fees graduates may apply for credit transfer requirements for most students is in: Operations, Patisserie and professional support as they adjust and conditions apply. For further at institutions that recognise their an Australian Year 11 or approved Commercial Cookery. to the new challenges of living and information, contact the Industry program. equivalent. International students from learning in a different culture. Placement Officer on IPO email: Assessment Level 4 countries require The School educates students in After successful completion of the an Australian Year 12 or approved firstname.lastname@example.org Diploma of Hospitality Management, all the academic and practical Support services include airport equivalent. disciplines needed to succeed in transfers, home stay accommodation students can take advantage of formal the international hospitality industry and provides students with a and accommodation assistance, new student orientation, academic support, TRAINING FACILITIES credit transfer arrangements in place with several leading International students require a minimum English language level of: tertiary pathway and credit transfer language and literacy assistance and Hospitality students at MIHS obtain work universities. See www.tmihs.com IELTS (Academic) 5.5, the TOEFL opportunities to universities in Australia. personal counselling. experience in Café Meridian and the for more information. paper-based test 530 (TWE 3.5+), TOEFL MIHS owned and operated 300 seat computer-based test 197 (TWE 3.5+), Meridian International Hotel School (MIHS) has world-class facilities for all INDUSTRY PLACEMENT restaurant in Melbourne’s Highpoint Shopping Centre. INSTRUCTIONAL and for the TOEFL internet-based test, an overall score of 71, with a minimum hospitality programs. Each campus has brand new commercial grade OFFICE METHOD AND of 17 in all sections. MIHS also has an English Test available for direct entry. training kitchens and a café with a bar The Industry Placement Office (IPO) INTAKE DATES ASSESSMENT Note: Students entering with Year 11 may and hotel training room planned for 2008. All classrooms for theory training assists students to find employment 2008 Students participate in regular receive fewer credits towards their further studies than those who enter with Year 12. in the hospitality industry. IPO assists trainer-led sessions and group activities. are modern and fitted out with all the 18 February with creation and preparation of Activities include problem-solving equipment required for training. employment profiles and portfolios, 28 April 14 July exercises, case studies and simulated work environment projects. RECOGNITION OF Students are provided with hands- writing cover letters, preparing job on experience working in the café, applications, developing interview skills 22 September Assessment is based on competency; PRIOR LEARNING kitchen and bar with industry standard equipment prior to finding work in and finding employment. 24 November the students’ ability to perform AND RECOGNITION the industry with the assistance of the IPO provides students with direct links to industry through its Industry specific skills. Assessment is conducted through a combination of observation, OF CREDIT TRANSFER Industry Placement Office. Speakers Program. Speakers are discussion, written assignments, To ensure that students do not study MIHS’s experienced and qualified selected from a variety of organisations tests, examinations and/or practical modules in which they are already trainers provide ongoing academic including government departments, application/work-related projects. competent, MIHS recognises relevant guidance so our students can corporations and small business. study, work and life experiences. strive for excellence. Each trainer Students from Meridian International Applicants may be admitted with is appropriately qualified and has Hotel School have been employed exemptions through the Recognition extensive experience in the hospitality by a diverse range of businesses of Prior Learning policy. industry and every student receives within the hospitality industry including personalised attention. Good2Go Recruitment, Villiers Please contact the Director of Studies Personnel, Grand Hyatt, Rendezvous at the time of application for more Hotel, KoKo Black, Marriner Theatres, information. and Black Tie Catering. MERIDIAN INTERNATIONAL HOTEL SCHOOL IS AN ACCREDITED INSTITUTION WITH APPROVAL TO DELIVER 3 MAIN STREAMS OF NATIONALLY RECOGNISED QUALIFICATIONS. STUDENTS HAVE OPTIONS IN OPERATIONS, PATISSERIE AND COMMERCIAL COOKERY WITH CERTIFICATES III AND IV IN HOSPITALITY AND A DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT. MIHS DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 2008 | 07 CERTIFICATE III CERTIFICATE III CORE UNITS ELECTIVE UNITS IN HOSPITALITY IN HOSPITALITY NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY (OPERATIONS) (PATISSERIE) 01 THHCOR01B 01 THHBH01B THH33002 / VIC 057010E / NSW 062406J THH31602 / VIC 057095F / NSW 062408G Work with colleagues Provide housekeeping services and customers to guests 02 THHCOR02B 02 THHBH03B Covering the basics, practical skills and theoretical framework of Program duration 40 weeks or 4 terms covering the following subjects: COURSE Work in a socially diverse environment Prepare rooms for guests patisserie management in 4 terms, REQUIREMENTS the program provides students T1 Hygiene and Safety; Introduction to Hospitality; Training Others; People and Students must complete 26 units of 03 THHCOR03B 03 AURC363337A with the foundation upon which to Follow health, safety Maintain business image Work; Maintenance and Stock. competency successfully to obtain build their practical and academic and security procedures The hospitality fundamentals including this qualification. The units of success. Students will be able to T2 Introduction to Cooking; Food bartending, function waiting, a-la- competency comprise: 04 THHHCO01B 04 THHBFO01B gain employment as pastry cooks Safety; Desserts; Espresso Coffee. Develop and update Provide porter services carte waiting and wine service are within: Bakeries; Pastry Shops; Hotels • 20 Core units hospitality industry covered in 2 terms. The program and Motels; Restaurants; Cafés and T3 Cooking Methods; Introduction tO knowledge provides a solid theoretical framework Function Centres. Patissiers; Organise Catering. • 6 Elective units 05 THHGHS01B 05 THHBFB02B on which to base acquired practical skills. Students will be able to gain This program is internationally T4 Cakes; Desserts 2; Petit Fours; Follow workplace Provide a link between kitchen employment as: A-la-carte Waiters; recognised as part of the Australian Monitor Operations. hygiene procedures and service areas Banquets Waiters; Bar Attendants Qualifications Framework (AQF). 06 THHGGA01B 06 THHBFB03B or Cocktail Waiters upon completion. Students will receive Certificate III of Communicate on Provide food and beverage Hospitality (Patisserie) on successful the telephone service This program is internationally completion of the program. 07 THHGCS02B 07 THHBFB08B recognised as part of the Australian Promote products and Provide room service Qualifications Framework (AQF). services to customers Students will receive Certificate III in 08 THHGCS03B 08 THHBFB12A Hospitality (Operations) on successful Deal with conflict situations Prepare and serve espresso completion of the program. coffee 09 THHGHTR01B 09 PRMC17B Program duration 20 weeks or 2 terms covering the following subjects: CORE UNITS ELECTIVE UNITS Coach others in job skills Clean a wet area NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY T1 Hygiene and Safety; Introduction toHospitality; Training Others; People 01 THHCOR01B 12 THHBKA02B 01 THHBFB12A 10 PRMCL04B Work with colleagues Present food Prepare and serve espresso Maintain a carpeted floor and Work; Maintenance and Stock. and customers coffee T2 Food and Beverage Service; Food 02 THHCOR02B 13 THHBKA03B 02 THHS2CC3B and Beverage Knowledge; Espresso Work in a socially Receive and store Develop a food safety program Coffee; Beverage Service. diverse environment kitchen supplies 03 THHCOR03B 14 THHBCC01B 03 THHADPT04B Follow health, safety Use basic methods of Prepare and display petit fours COURSE REQUIREMENTS and security procedures cookery Students must complete 19 units of 04 THHHCO01B 15 THHCCH01A 04 THHADPT01B competency successfully to obtain Develop and update Prepare, cook and Prepare bakery products for this qualification. The units of hospitality industry serve food patisseries knowledge (holistic unit) competency comprise: 05 THHGHS01B 16 THHBCC08B 05 THHADPT02B • 9 Core units Follow workplace Prepare hot and Prepare and present gateaux, • 10 Elective units hygiene procedures cold desserts tortes and cakes 06 THHGGA01B 17 THHBCC11B 06 THHADPT03B Communicate on the Implement food safety Present desserts telephone procedures 07 THHGCS02B 18 THHBPT01B HOSPITALITY Promote products and services to customers Prepare and produce pastries FUNDAMENTALS 08 THHGCS03B Deal with conflict 19 THHBPT02B Prepare and produce cakes INCLUDING BARTENDING, 09 situations THHGHTR01B 20 THHBPT03B FUNCTION WAITING, Coach others in job skills Prepare and produce yeast goods A-LA-CARTE WAITING 10 THHBKA04B Clean and maintain kitchen AND WINE SERVICE ARE premises COVERED IN 2 TERMS. 11 THHBKA01B Organise and prepare food MIHS DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 2008 | 09 CERTIFICATE III IN HOSPITALITY (COMMERCIAL COOKERY) THH31502 / VIC 057094G / NSW 062407G Students gain the practical skills and knowledge in commercial cookery CORE UNITS management. Students will be able to gain employment as cooks within: NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY International Hotels; Restaurants; Cafés; Clubs; Event Catering Companies; 01 THHCOR01B 15 THHCCH01A Airlines; and Hospitals. Work with colleagues Prepare, cook and and customers serve food This program is internationally (holistic unit) recognised as part of the Australian 02 THHCOR02B 16 THHBCC02B Qualifications Framework (AQF). Work in a socially Prepare appetisers Students will receive Certificate III of diverse environment and salads Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) on 03 THHCOR03B 17 THHBCC03B successful completion of the program. Follow health, Prepare stocks, safety and security sauces and soups Program duration 40 weeks or 4 terms procedures covering the following subjects: 04 THHHCO01B 18 THHBCC04B T1 Hygiene and Safety; Introduction to Develop and update Prepare vegetables, Hospitality; Training Others; People and hospitality industry eggs and farinaceous knowledge dishes Work; Maintenance and Stock. T2 Introduction to Cooking; Food 05 THHGHS01B 19 THHBCC05B Safety; Desserts; Espresso Coffee. Follow workplace Prepare and cook hygiene poultry and game T3 Cooking Methods; Salads, Soups and procedures Vegetables; Organise Catering. 06 THHGGA01B 20 THHBCC06B T4 Meat and Poultry; Seafood Communicate on the Prepare and cook Advanced Cooking Methods; telephone seafood Monitor Operations. 07 THHGCS02B 21 THHBCC07B Promote products and Select, prepare and services to customers cook meat COURSE REQUIREMENTS 08 THHGCS03B 22 THHBCC08B Students must complete 31 units of Deal with conflict Prepare hot and cold competency successfully to obtain this situations desserts qualification. The units of competency 09 THHGHTR01B 23 THHBCC09B comprise: Coach others in job Prepare pastry, cakes • 28 Core units skills and yeast goods • 3 Elective units 10 THHBKA04B 24 THHBCC10B Clean and maintain Plan and prepare kitchen premises food for buffets STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE 11 THHBKA01B 25 THHBCC11B Organise and prepare Implement food food safety procedures 12 THHBKA02B 26 THHBCAT01B ELECTIVE UNITS TO GAIN EMPLOYMENT Present food Prepare foods according to NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY AS COOKS WITHIN: dietary and cultural needs 01 THHBFB12A Prepare and serve INTERNATIONAL HOTELS; 13 THHBKA03B Receive and store 27 THHBCC13B Plan and control 02 espresso coffee THHS2CC3B CLUBS; RESTAURANTS; kitchen supplies menu-based catering Develop a food safety program CAFES; AIRLINES; 14 THHBCC01B Use basic methods of 28 THHCCH02A Prepare, cook and 03 THHS2CC2B Establish and maintain EVENT CATERING COMPANIES; cookery serve food for menus (holisitic unit) quality control AND HOSPITALS. MIHS DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 2008 | 11 CERTIFICATE IV IN HOSPITALITY (SUPERVISION) THH42602 / VIC 057098C / NSW 062409F Students develop the broad range of management skills that are required to operate successfully within the complex and diverse hospitality STUDENTS DEVELOP ELECTIVE UNITS industry. Employment opportunities include: Restaurant Supervisors; THE BROAD RANGE NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY Bar Team leaders and Function Coordinators. OF MANAGEMENT 01 THTSOP06B 08 THHADFB02B SKILLS THAT Receive and process Provide specialist This program is internationally reservations advice on wine recognised as part of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). ARE REQUIRED 02 THTSOP08B 09 THHADFB03B TO OPERATE Students will receive Certificate IV of Operate a Prepare and serve computerised cocktails Hospitality (Supervision) on successful reservations system completion of the program. Program duration 40 weeks or 4 terms SUCCESSFULLY 03 THHBFO02B 10 THHGCS05B WITHIN THE Provide accommodation Organise in-house covering the following subjects: reception services functions COMPLEX AND T1 Hygiene and Safety; Introduction to 04 THHBFO08B 11 THTSOP02B Conduct night audit Source and provide Hospitality; Training Others; People destination information and Work; Maintenance and Stock. T2 Food and Beverage Service; Food CORE UNITS DIVERSE HOSPITALITY and advice diversity INDUSTRY. 05 THHBFO09B 12 THHGLE11B and Beverage Knowledge; Espresso Provide club reception Manage quality NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY services customer service Coffee; Beverage Service. 01 THHCOR01B 09 THHGHTR01B 06 THHBFB01B 13 BSBCMN410A T3 Beverage Service 2; Advance Safety Work with colleagues Coach others in job Operate a bar Coordinate and Security; Monitor Operations. and customers skills implementation of customer service T4 Work Operations; Leadership in the 02 THHCOR02B 10 THHGGA06B strategies Workplace; Budgeting. Work in a socially Receive and store 07 THHBFB09B diverse environment stock Provide responsible COURSE 03 THHCOR03B 11 THHGGA07B service of alcohol REQUIREMENTS Follow health, Control and order safety and security stock Students must complete 28 units of procedures competency successfully to obtain 04 THHHCO01B 12 THHGLE01B this qualification. The units of Develop and update Monitor work competency comprise: hospitality industry operations knowledge • 15 Core units 05 THHGHS01B 13 THHGLE02B CERTIFICATE IV • 13 Elective units Follow workplace hygiene procedures Implement workplace health, IN HOSPITALITY safety and security procedures (PATISSERIE) THH41402 / VIC 057096E / NSW 062411A 06 THHGGA01B 14 THHGLE08B Communicate on the Lead and manage telephone people Students develop skills and knowledge of the principles behind modern T1 Hygiene and Safety; Introduction to Hospitality; Training Others; People and COURSE 07 THHGCS02B Promote products 15 THHGFA06A Interpret financial pastry preparation in a commercial Work; Maintenance and Stock. REQUIREMENTS and services to information environment. They also learn the basic customers T2 Introduction to Cooking; Food Students must complete 43 units of management theory, which will assist Safety; Desserts; Espresso Coffee. competency successfully to obtain them, as they become a successful 08 THHGCS03B this qualification. The units of Deal with conflict pastry chefs. T3 Cooking Methods; Introduction to competency comprise: situations Patissiers; Organise Catering. This program is internationally • 37 Core units recognised as part of the Australian T4 Cakes; Desserts 2; Petit Fours; Qualifications Framework (AQF). Monitor Operations. • 6 Elective units Students will receive Certificate IV of Hospitality (Patisserie) on successful T5 Work Operations; Leadership in the completion of the program. Workplace; Budgeting. Program duration 60 weeks or 6 terms T6 Generating Sales; Advanced Safety covering the following subjects: and Security; Event Management. MIHS DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 2008 | 13 CERTIFICATE IV IN HOSPITALITY (PATISSERIE) CONTINUED CORE UNITS NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY 01 THHCOR01B Work with colleagues 11 THHBKA01B Organise and prepare 21 THHADPT01B Prepare bakery 31 THHS2CC3B Develop a food ELECTIVE UNITS and customers food products for safety program NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY patisseries 01 THHBFB12A 02 THHCOR02B 12 THHBKA02B 22 THHADPT02B 32 THHGLE01B Prepare and serve espresso Work in a socially Present food Prepare and present Monitor work coffee diverse environment gateaux, tortes and operations cakes 02 THHGGA06B Receive and store stock 03 THHCOR03B 13 THHBKA03B 23 THHADPT03B 33 THHGGA07B Follow health, Receive and store Present desserts Control and order 03 THHBCC09B safety and security kitchen supplies stock Prepare pastry, cakes and procedures yeast goods 04 THHHCO01B 14 THHBCC01B 24 THHADPT04B 34 THHS2CC1B 04 THHS2CC2B Develop and update Use basic methods of Prepare and display Monitor catering Establish and maintain quality hospitality industry cookery petit fours revenue and control knowledge costs 05 THHBCAT01B 05 THHGHS01B 15 THHCCH01A 25 THHADPT05B 35 THHGLE02B Prepare foods according to Follow workplace Prepare, cook and Prepare and model Implement workplace dietary and cultural needs hygiene serve food marzipan health, safety and 06 THHBCC13B procedures (holistic unit) security procedures Plan and control menu-based 06 THHGGA01B 16 THHBCC08B 26 THHADPT06A 36 THHGLE08B catering Communicate on the Prepare hot and cold Prepare desserts to Lead and manage telephone desserts meet special dietary people requirements 07 THHGCS02B 17 THHBCC11B 27 THHADPT07B 37 THHGFA06A Promote products Implement food Prepare and display Interpret financial and services to safety procedures sugar work information customers 08 THHGCS03B 18 THHBPT01B 28 THHADPT08A Deal with conflict Prepare and produce Plan, prepare and situations pastries display sweet buffet show pieces 09 THHGHTR01B 19 THHBPT02B 29 THHADCC06B Coach others in job Prepare and produce Prepare chocolate skills cakes 10 THHBKA04B 20 THHBPT03B 30 THHS2CC2B Clean and maintain Prepare and produce Establish and maintain kitchen premises yeast goods quality control CERTIFICATE IV IN HOSPITALITY (COMMERCIAL COOKERY) THH41302 / VIC 057097D / NSW 062410B STUDENTS DEVELOP SKILLS Students develop skills and knowledge T1 Hygiene and Safety; Introduction to COURSE AND KNOWLEDGE ABOUT about the principles behind commercial food preparation. They also learn Hospitality; Training Others; People and Work; Maintenance and Stock. REQUIREMENTS THE PRINCIPLES BEHIND basic management theory that will assist them, as they become successful T2 Introduction to Cooking; Food Students must complete 42 units of COMMERCIAL FOOD Safety; Desserts; Espresso Coffee. competency successfully to obtain this professional cooks or sous chefs. T3 Cooking Methods; Salads, Soups qualification. The units of competency PREPARATION. THEY ALSO This program is internationally comprise: and Vegetables; Organise Catering. recognised as part of the Australian • 36 Core units LEARN BASIC MANAGEMENT Qualifications Framework (AQF). T4 Meat and Poultry; Seafood; Students will receive Certificate IV of Advanced Cooking Methods; Monitor • 6 Elective units THEORY THAT WILL ASSIST Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) on Operations. successful completion of the program. T5 Work Operations; Leadership in the THEM, AS THEY BECOME Program duration 60 weeks or 6 terms covering the following subjects: Workplace; Budgeting. SUCCESSFUL PROFESSIONAL T6 Generating Sales; Advanced Safety and Security; Event Management. COOKS OR SOUS CHEFS. MIHS DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 2008 | 15 CERTIFICATE IV IN HOSPITALITY (COMMERCIAL COOKERY) CONTINUED CORE UNITS CORE UNITS CONTINUED ELECTIVE UNITS NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY NUMBER UNIT OF COMPETENCY 01 THHCOR01B 11 THHBKA01B 21 THHBCC07B 31 THHS2CC3B 01 THHGLE03B Work with colleagues Organise and prepare Select, prepare and Develop a food safety Develop and and customers food cook meat program implement operational plans 02 THHCOR02B 12 THHBKA02B 22 THHBCC08B 32 THHGGA07B Work in a socially Present food Prepare hot and Control and order stock 02 THHGLE13B diverse environment cold desserts Manage finances within a budget 03 THHCOR03B 13 THHBKA03B 23 THHBCC09B 33 THHGLE01B Follow health, safety Receive and store Prepare pastry, cakes Monitor work operations 03 THHGLE14B and security kitchen supplies and yeast goods Prepare and monitor procedures budgets 04 THHHCO01B 14 THHBCC01B 24 THHBCC10B 34 THHGLE02B 04 THHGLE04B Develop and update Use basic methods of Plan and prepare food Implement workplace Establish and maintain hospitality industry cookery for buffets health, safety and a safe and secure knowledge security procedures workplace 05 THHGHS01B 15 THHCCH01A 25 THHBCC11B 35 THHGLE08B 05 THTSMA02B Follow workplace Prepare, cook and Implement food safety Lead and manage Create a promotional hygiene procedures serve food procedures people display/stand (holistic unit) 06 THHGCS06B 06 THHGGA01B 16 THHBCC02B 26 THHBCAT01B 36 THHGFA06A Plan and implement Communicate on the Prepare appetisers and Prepare foods Interpret financial sales activities telephone salads according to dietary information and cultural needs 07 THHGCS02B 17 THHBCC03B 27 THHBCC13B Promote products Prepare stocks, sauces Plan and control and services to and soups menu-based catering customers 08 THHGCS03B 18 THHBCC04B 28 THHCCH02A Deal with conflict Prepare vegetables, Prepare, cook and situations eggs and farinaceous serve food for menus dishes (holistic unit) 09 THHGHTR01B 19 THHBCC05B 29 THHS2CC1B Coach others in job Prepare and cook Monitor catering skills poultry and game revenue and costs 30 THHS2CC2B DIPLOMA 10 THHBKA04B 20 THHBCC06B Clean and maintain Prepare and cook Establish and maintain kitchen premises seafood quality control OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT THH51202 / VIC 057099B / NSW 062405K This program is internationally recognised as part of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). Students will receive a Diploma of Hospitality Management on successful completion of the program. STUDENTS ARE PROVIDED WITH A SUPPORTIVE It is recommended that students who undertake the Diploma of Hospitality AND CARING ENVIRONMENT, IDEAL FOR THOSE Management have already completed a Certificate III and Certificate IV in WITH ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE. Hospitality in their chosen field: Operations; Patisserie; or Commercial Cookery. STUDENTS RECEIVE PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT Graduates are well qualified to work as AS THEY ADJUST TO THE NEW CHALLENGES OF managers within their chosen field in the hospitality industry. LIVING AND LEARNING IN A DIFFERENT CULTURE. COURSE REQUIREMENTS Students must complete 42 units of competency successfully to obtain this qualification. The units of competency comprise: • 24 Core units • 18 Elective units MIHS DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 2008 | 17 DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT CONTINUED STUDYING IN AUSTRALIA CORE UNITS ELECTIVE UNITS NUMBER UNIT OF NUMBER UNIT OF NUMBER UNIT OF NUMBER UNIT OF STUDYING ABROAD IS AN 01 COMPETENCY THHCOR01B 13 COMPETENCY THHGLE02B 01 COMPETENCY BSBMKG501A 11 COMPETENCY THTSMA02B EXCELLENT WAY TO BROADEN Work with colleagues and customers Implement workplace health, Evaluate marketing opportunities Create a promotional YOUR EXPERIENCE, DEVELOP safety and security procedures 02 BSBMKG502A 12 display/stand THHGCS06B LIFE SKILLS AND CONSOLIDATE 02 THHCOR02B 14 THHGLE08B Establish and adjust market mix Plan and implement sales activities YOUR ENGLISH LANGUAGE ABILITY. IT’S ALSO THE BEST Work in a socially Lead and manage 03 THHGFA05A 13 THHGCS04B diverse environment people Manage payroll Make presentations 03 THHCOR03B 15 THHGFA06A 04 records THHGLE07B 14 THHGLE09B WAY TO RECEIVE A GLOBALLY RECOGNISED EDUCATION AND Follow health, Interpret financial Recruit and select Manage workplace safety and security information staff diversity procedures 04 THHHCO01B 16 THHGLE03B 05 BSBCMN214A Create and 15 THHSCAT02B Plan the catering for INCREASE YOUR HOSPITALITY CONTACT NETWORK. Develop and Develop and use simple an event or function update implement spreadsheets hospitality industry operational plans knowledge 06 FNSICGEN304A 16 THHGGA06B Apply health and Receive and store 05 THHGHS01B 17 THHGLE04B Almost half a million international Students choose Australia for these safety practices in stock Follow workplace Establish and students are enrolled in Australian reasons as well as our: the work place hygiene procedures maintain a safe and secure educational institutions. Australia is an 07 FNSICGEN302A 17 THHBKA01B • high-quality education system, the workplace Use technology in Organise and incredible country to live and travel equal of any country in the world. the workplace prepare food in, and it offers a temperate climate, 06 THHGGA01B 18 THHGLE05B Communicate on Roster staff a high standard of living, a clean • traditional education in respected 08 THHBFB12A 18 THHBKA02B the telephone Prepare and serve Present food environment and a diverse schools, colleges and universities espresso coffee landscape - and its people are 07 THHGCS02B 19 THHGLE11B friendly and relaxed. • established support networks for Promote products Manage quality 09 THHS2CC3B overseas students. and services to customer service Develop a food Australia welcomes international customers safety program • comparable living and tuition students and is an internationally 08 THHGCS03B 20 THHGLE13B costs with other countries. 10 THHS2CC2B respected place to study. All Deal with conflict Manage finances Establish and qualifications taught in Australia are • a safe, politically stable and situations within a budget maintain quality control recognised globally. multicultural society 09 THHGHTR01B 21 THHGLE14B Coach others in job Prepare and monitor • government monitored skills budgets international student standards. 10 THHGGA06B 22 THHGLE20B Receive and store Develop and stock maintain the legal knowledge required for business compliance 11 THHGGA07B 23 THHGCS08B Control and order Establish and stock conduct business relationships 12 THHGLE01B 24 THHGLE09B Monitor work Manage workplace operations diversity MIHS DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 2008 | 19 HOTEL SCHOOL CAMPUSES THE SCHOOL’S CAMPUSES PROVIDE STUDENTS WITH EASY ACCESS TO TRANSPORT AND CITY HIGHLIGHTS. THEY ARE LOCATED IN LANDMARK BUILDINGS, ARE CLIMATE CONTROLLED, HAVE MODERN CLASSROOMS AND FACILITIES, STATE- OF-THE-ART COMPUTERS AND FREE BROADBAND INTERNET ACCESS. HOW TO APPLY MELBOURNE The Meridian International Hotel TO APPLY: 05 A Confirmation of Enrolment (COE) The capital city of the state of Victoria, School is located in Surry Hills, only a 5-minute walk from Central Railway STUDENTS MAY 01 Complete the attached application for each program is sent to the student or agent once fees have been paid. Melbourne is situated on the Yarra River Station, on the corner of Waterloo APPLY DIRECTLY form. Fees include Overseas Student Health and Port Phillip Bay. It is a beautiful spacious European-style city with and Cooper Streets. TO THE MERIDIAN NOTES: Cover and guardianship fees where appropriate. COEs assist students in beautiful parks and gardens, sporting COST OF LIVING INTERNATIONAL Ensure that you select a program start date that allows you enough time to finalising their visas. venues and excellent public transport. It has been voted the World’s Most International students must meet HOTEL SCHOOL apply for a student visa For more information about Australian Liveable City. the cost of general course fees, books, OR THROUGH AN Students under the age of 18 not student visas go to www.immi.gov.au/students/index.htm Melbourne is well known as an international centre of learning. A travel, health insurance and living expenses in addition to their tuition EDUCATION AGENT. living with a parent or guardian during their period of study require a local fees. The amounts below do not guardian/carer. The only person quarter of Melbourne’s population was born overseas making it one of the include the cost of establishing a household. that can be nominated as a carer PAYMENT DETAILS world’s most cosmopolitan cities. The cultural diversity that results from over An international student will need by the student’s parents is a relative over 21 years of age who is of good AND OPTIONS 140 nationalities living harmoniously has approximately AU$15,000 - AU$18,000 character. This may include a brother, i Bank Draft made payable to Meridian brought a wide variety of restaurants per year. sister, grandparent, aunt, uncle, niece, International Hotel School Pty Ltd. and cafes, arts, sport and shopping. nephew or step parent/brother/sister/ An international student with an grandparent/aunt/uncle/ niece/ ii International Telegraphic Transfer or Meridian International Hotel School adult dependant will need an extra Direct Deposit to Meridian International nephew. Meridian International Hotel is located in the city centre opposite AU$4,000 - AU$6,000 per year. Hotel School Pty Ltd Federation Square and Flinders Street School is able to provide families with alternate options for approved Bank Account Number Railway Station. An international student with 062 217 – 10494630 dependent children will need carers/guardians*. A list of approved guardianship companies and a Commonwealth Bank of Australia, approximately AU$3,000 - AU$5,000 SYDNEY per child. guardianship application form are available on www.tmihs.com or by North Sydney NSW 2060 Sydney and its spectacular harbour, International students studying in contacting the school. Australia. famous beaches and iconic landmarks Australia are also required to have iii Credit Cards including American are world famous. It’s the capital city Overseas Student Health Cover School-aged dependants accompanying the student to Australia Express, Mastercard or Visa. of the state of New South Wales, and (OSHC). International students may a global city in the Asia-Pacific region. choose an OSHC provider from 1 will be required to pay full fees once NOTE: standard bank processing Many multinational organisations have of 4 options. The Meridian International they are enrolled in a government or fees apply. business operations in Sydney, and Hotel School’s preferred provider is non-government school. *Approved under the Public Interest the city hosts many famous cultural Medibank Private. See the Medibank 02 A Letter of Offer is issued to students Criterion 4012A Visa Condition 8532 performances and festivals. Private or Department of Health who meet the entry requirements of and the Education Services for and Ageing website for details and their selected program(s). Sydney is Australia’s top destination and Overseas Students (ESOS) Act. conditions. is well regarded for its internationally 03 Students must sign and return the respected education institutions. The Current fees are included in the Fees Student Contract and fees must be city provides excellent opportunities to section of this brochure. paid as outlined in the Letter of Offer experience Australia’s relaxed lifestyle to hold a place at the school. in its beautiful parks, beaches, cafés www.medibank.com.au/ and sporting venues, alongside all the productandservices/overseas/ 04 Students from countries that require students/default.asp Pre-Visa Approval (PVA) will not need amenities of a sophisticated global centre. The entire metropolitan area is www.health.gov.au/internet/wcms/ to pay fees until PVA has been granted serviced by extensive public transport, publishing.nsf/content/health- by the Department of Immigration and including buses, trains and ferries. privatehealth-consumers- oshc.htm Citizenship (DIAC). MIHS DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 2008 | 21 GENERAL AND SERVICE PROVIDER FEES TUITION FEES STUDENT TUITION FEES SER V I C E MELBOURNE/SYDNEY 2008 P R O VI D E R F E E S INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TUITION FEES DOMESTIC STUDENT TUITION FEES These fees are collected by MIHS on behalf of the service provider/s. Melbourne Sydney Melbourne Sydney OVERSEAS STUDENT $348 Singles OPERATIONS $2,640 / TERM $2,750 / TERM $2,376 / TERM $2,475 / TERM HEALTH COVER * (12 MONTHS) CERTIFICATE III IN HOSPITALITY OPERATIONS OVERSEAS STUDENT $174 Singles THH33002 / VIC 057010E / NSW 062406J HEALTH COVER* (6 MONTHS) Tuition Fee (2 terms) $5,280 $5,500 $4,752 $4,950 AIRPORT TRANSFER $100 (Melb) CERTIFICATE IV IN HOSPITALITY (ONE WAY)* $110 (Syd) SUPERVISION THH42602 / VIC 057098C / NSW 062409F HOME STAY BOOKING $120 (Melb) FEE* $180 (Syd) Tuition Fee (2 terms) $5,280 $5,500 $4,752 $4,950 HOME STAY $220 DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT ADULT SINGLE ROOM THH51202 / VIC 057099B / NSW 062405K PER WEEK Tuition Fee (2 terms) $5,280 $5,500 $4,752 $4,950 Total Tuition Fee (1.5 years) $15,840 $16,500 $14,256 $14,850 GEN E R A L F E E S PATISSERIE $2,850 / TERM $3,000 / TERM $2565 / TERM $2700 / TERM CERTIFICATE III IN HOSPITALITY ENROLMENT FEE $50 PATISSERIE THH31602 VIC / 057095F / NSW 062408G MATERIALS FEE* $400 OPERATIONS Tuition Fee (4 terms) $11,400 $12,000 $10,260 $10,800 MATERIALS FEE* $800 CERTIFICATE IV IN HOSPITALITY PATISSERIE PATISSERIE THH41402 / VIC 057096E / NSW 062411A MATERIALS FEE* $800 COMMERCIAL Tuition Fee (2 terms) $5,700 $6,000 $5,130 $5,400 COOKERY DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT THH51202 / VIC 057099B / NSW 062405K ALL TUITION FEES ARE PAYABLE BY SEMESTER; Tuition Fee (2 terms) Total Tuition Fee (2 years) $5,700 $22,800 $6,000 $24,000 $5,130 $20,520 $5,400 $21,600 1 SEMESTER EQUALS 2 TEACHING TERMS. THERE ARE 4 TEACHING TERMS IN EACH COMMERCIAL COOKERY $3,025 / TERM $3,175 / TERM $2,722.50 / TERM $2,857.50 / TERM CERTIFICATE III IN HOSPITALITY ACADEMIC YEAR WITH AN OPTIONAL SUMMER (COMMERCIAL COOKERY) THH31502 / VIC 057094G / NSW 062407G TERM FOR STUDENTS WHO WOULD LIKE TO FAST Tuition Fee (4 terms) $12,100 $12,700 $10,890 $11,430 TRACK THEIR STUDIES. CERTIFICATE IV IN HOSPITALITY COMMERCIAL COOKERY THH41302 / VIC 057097D / NSW 062410B Tuition Fee (2 terms) $6,050 $6,350 $5,445 $5,715 DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT THH51202 / VIC 057099B / NSW 062405K Tuition Fee (2 terms) $6,050 $6,350 $5,445 $5,715 Total Tuition Fee (2 years) $24,200 $25,400 $21,780 $22,860 Meridian International Hotel School’s Diploma of Hospitality Management is made up of Certificate III, Certificate IV and Diploma of Hospitality, which are designed to be studied sequentially, independently and/or to allow for advanced standing entry. To calculate your tuition fees, add the fees for each program. All fees are in Australian Dollars and are subject to change without notice. *Includes 10% Goods and Services Tax on part or all of the items shown. The information contained in this brochure is current at the time of printing and is subject to change without notice. Please check all the details at the time of enrolment. MIHS DIPLOMA OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 2008 | 23 APPLICATION FORM PRIVACY STATEMENT Information on this application form will be used, where applicable, for made in the same currency in which the fees were paid unless payment the purposes of assessing a student’s application, accepting a student’s in that currency is impractical or the person who has entered into the enrolment, assessing a student’s welfare needs (if any), processing and contract advises the Meridian International Hotel School Pty Ltd in writing advising a student of their assessment results and other communications 01 STUDENT’S DETAILS SECOND COURSE LOCATION (Please tick) SYDNEY MELBOURNE to a student as required. to make the payment in the local currency. 01 Visa Application Refused TITLE (Please tick) INTENDED COURSE OF STUDY AFTER MERIDIAN INTERNATIONAL HOTEL SCHOOL Personal information may be collected from, or disclosed to, relevant All fees less the enrolment fee will be refunded in full. bodies for the verification of a student’s previous qualifications, and it 02 Student Default Mr Mrs Ms Miss Other COURSE NAME _____________________________________________________ may be made available to Commonwealth and State agencies and the Refunds for any monies received by Meridian on behalf of the student Fund Manager of the ESOS Assurance Fund. The Meridian International for services other than tuition fees must be requested from the company FAMILY NAME _____________________________________________________ Hotel School is required by legislation to inform DIAC of certain changes delivering the service and students will be subject to the respective INSTITUTION ________________________________________________________ to a student’s enrolment and any breach by a student of a student visa companies refund policies. FIRST NAME _______________________________________________________ condition relating to attendance or satisfactory academic performance. Refunds will be made within 4 weeks of receiving a notice of withdrawal 04 DECLARATION A student has a right to access personal information that the Meridian International Hotel School holds about them, subject to legislation. If a from the student in writing. Notification must be received within 8 weeks of PREFERRED NAME _________________________________________________ default and must be addressed to the Director of Studies and include the: PLEASE SIGN DECLARATION student wishes to access or inquire about the handling of their personal • student’s name and student number I have read and accept the information provided by the School on information, please contact the school on (+61 3) 8616 0160. OTHER INITIALS ____________________________________________________ • program and date of commencement their website, the Terms and Conditions, the Indemnity and Release • reason of withdrawal and Privacy Statement as set out on the opposite page and by signing INDEMNITY AND RELEASE • student’s contact details GENDER (Please tick) Male Female I authorise Meridian International Hotel School to pay out amounts I, the student, whose name appears in this application, am aware that 02.1 Prior to Commencement payable by me in accordance with my enrolment: certain risks and dangers may be associated with study in a foreign 02.1.1 In the event the student cancels their enrolment with at least 10 DATE OF BIRTH _____________________________________________________ country and participation in associated activities including, but not weeks notice before the course commencement date a refund of 75% SIGNED (STUDENT) __________________________________________________ limited to, participation in optional sporting or recreational activities and of the course tuition fee will apply. NATIONALITY ______________________________________________________ travel. 02.1.2 In the event the student cancels their enrolment with less than 10 DATE _______________________________________________________________ In consideration of the Meridian International Hotel School accepting weeks notice before the course commencement date a refund of 60% my application for enrolment as a student, I agree that I will not hold it COUNTRY OF BIRTH ________________________________________________ I am over 18 years of age responsible or liable for and will not make any claim against it for any injury, damage or loss to person or property which I may suffer as a result of the course tuition fee will apply. 02.2 After Commencement COUNTRY OF APPLICATION ________________________________________ of, or in connection with, or during the period of - 02.2.1 In the event the student cancels their enrolment and requests SIGNED (PARENT) ___________________________________________________ 01 Attendance at the Meridian International Hotel School and/or a refund after the commencement date of the course, no refund will CURRENT RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS ____________________________________ DATE ______________________________________________________________ 02 Participation in any activities whether educational, social, recreational be issued which includes all monies paid for Overseas Student Health or otherwise, conducted or arranged by or on behalf of or by Cover (OSHC), airport pick-up, accommodation booking and board, Students under eighteen years of age arrangement with the Meridian International Hotel School or in any other enrolment and materials fees. ___________________________________________________________________ way associated with the Meridian International Hotel School and/or 02.2.2 When students are enrolled in package courses, no refund will 03 Whilst in accommodation, whether short term or long term, arranged be granted in the event of a cancellation or withdrawal on the second ____________________________________POSTCODE ___________________ 05 SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION for me by the Meridian International Hotel School. On behalf of myself, course after the course commencement of the first course. my executors, administrators and assigns I hereby release the Meridian 02.2.3 If a student completes the course early or fast-tracks, the full tuition TEL ________________________________FAX __________________________ PLEASE SEND THIS COMPLETED APPLICATION TO: International Hotel School from all liability to myself or to any other fee and materials fees must be paid before any certification is issued. THE MERIDIAN INTERNATIONAL HOTEL SCHOOL person for any such injury, damage or loss to person or property and 02.2.4 If a student changes course after commencement of the course in MOBILE ______________ E-MAIL _____________________________________ from any actions, claims or demands which, if I had not entered into this which they were originally enrolled, they will be subject to the current fee MELBOURNE SYDNEY Agreement, I might hereafter have been entitled to take or make against structure. Students are also subject to pay a new materials fee due prior 196 Flinders Street 26 Waterloo Street PASSPORT NUMBER ________________________________________________ the Meridian International Hotel School in respect of any such injury to commencement of their new course. Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia Surry Hills NSW 2010 Australia damage or loss and I hereby indemnify the Meridian International Hotel 02.2.5 Students must adhere to The Meridian International Hotel School T. +61 3 8616 0160 T. +61 2 8394 9499 F. +61 3 9663 9694 F. +61 2 8394 9237 School against any such liability. I agree that this Agreement shall be Code of Conduct. Failure to do so may lead to expulsion, in which case VISA TYPE _________________________________________________________ E. email@example.com E. firstname.lastname@example.org governed in all respects by and interpreted in accordance with the law there will be no refund of tuition fees. of the Commonwealth of Australia and dependent upon the applicable 03 Provider Default VISA ISSUING OFFICE ______________________________________________ Attach copies of IELTS certificate or equivalent for English proficiency. legislation of the State in which my study is undertaken. In the unlikely event of default by The Meridian International Hotel Attach certified copies of English transcripts of previous 04 I certify that the information I have given is true and that I have read School Pty Ltd, the school will refund all tuition fees paid on a pro-rata HOME STAY ACCOMMODATION REQUIRED (Please tick) Yes No academic background the terms and conditions and agree to be bound by them. I agree that basis within 2 weeks of the date of default. The student will also receive this Agreement shall be governed in all respects by and interpreted a statement explaining how this refund has been calculated. Provider IF YES (Please tick) Single room Shared room www.tmihs.com in accordance with the law of the Commonwealth of Australia and default can include the course not starting on the agreed starting day, (Subject to availability) dependent upon the applicable legislation of the State in which my the course ceasing to be provided at any time after it starts but before it study is undertaken. is completed, and the course is not being provided in full to the student. AIRPORT TRANSFER REQUIRED (Please tick) Yes No 06 AGENT’S DETAILS (If applicable) I hereby request the Meridian International Hotel School to enrol the This agreement does not remove the right to take further action under student who has signed this Agreement as a student of the Meridian Australia’s Consumer Protection Laws nor does it prevent the student TYPE OF OVERSEAS STUDENT HEALTH COVER OSHC (Please tick) AGENT’S STAMP International Hotel School. from pursuing other legal remedies. Single Family In consideration of the Meridian International Hotel School agreeing to such enrolment, I hereby indemnify the Meridian International Hotel School against any liability for any injury damage or loss of the type TRANSLATIONS Where there is a difference in meaning or interpretation, the English 02 ENGLISH AND ACADEMIC BACKGROUND referred to in such agreement suffered by the student and against any actions claims and demands which may be made against the Meridian language version will apply. PREVIOUS STUDY UNDERTAKEN WITH ENGLISH AS THE LANGUAGE OF International Hotel School by the student or by any other person by INSTRUCTION (Please tick) Yes No reason of any such injury, damage or loss suffered by the student. SUPPLIERS / HOMESTAY If yes, for how many years? ________________________________________ For all students living in a Homestay, the following conditions apply: TERMS AND CONDITIONS 01 Requests for Homestay accommodation must be received 4 weeks If yes, please attach all relevant documents/paperwork. PAYMENT OF FEES prior to arrival. AGENT’S NAME ____________________________________________________ 01 The Enrolment Fee and the Accommodation Booking Fee are payable 02 There is a minimum stay of 4 weeks which must be paid for in ARE YOU APPLYING FOR RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING / CREDIT upon application and are non-refundable. advance. Homestay fees are payable thereon to your host family AGENT’S ADDRESS _________________________________________________ 02 Tuition fees are defined to be: those fees payable for tuition as directly each fortnight, in advance. TRANSFER? (Please tick) Yes No officially published or provided by the Meridian International Hotel 03 If the request for Homestay accommodation is cancelled after If yes, please attach all relevant documents/paperwork. ____________________________________________________________________ School Pty Ltd. notification of the student’s flight details, or after the student has A term is defined as a period of study of approximately 10 weeks, arrived in Australia, the first 4 weeks of Homestay payment may not be ________________________________________ POSTCODE ________________ generally between two blocks of holidays. 03 COURSE DETAILS 03 Full Tuition Fees of the student’s initial course plus the first six months of all refundable. Extenuating circumstances will be considered if submitted in writing to the National Admissions Manager TEL ____________________________________ FAX ______________________ other courses, must be received before the courses commence and will FIRST COURSE NAME _______________________________________________ 04 Students are expected to live according to the house rules of the be held by the Meridian International Hotel School Pty Ltd in accordance MOBILE ________________________________ E-MAIL ____________________ Homestay family. with the Education Services for Overseas Students Act (2000). COURSE START DATE _______________________________________________ 05 The school reserves the right to deny or cancel Homestay 04 Tuition Fees must be paid for at least one term in advance of the term MAILING ADDRESS FOR LETTER OF OFFER _____________________________ arrangements for students deemed unsuitable. currently being studied. 06 The school will find an alternative Homestay for a student who has a COURSE LENGTH __________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 05 All Fees are subject to change without notice. However, fees detailed valid reason for moving. If a student requests a change of Homestay for in a letter of offer issued before the date of change will be honoured by any other reason, a further Homestay Booking Fee will be charged. FIRST COURSE LOCATION (Please tick) SYDNEY MELBOURNE the school for those courses stated on the letter. The Meridian International Hotel School Pty Ltd / ABN 13 117 517 496 / Registered Training 06 Students repeating units of study will be required to pay for such units SECOND COURSE NAME ____________________________________________ Organisation 21746 / CRICOS Provider Codes: VIC 02720G / NSW 02895F / CRICOS Course Codes: Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) THH31502 VIC 057094G NSW 062407G on a pro-rata basis, determined by the number of contact hours. AIRPORT TRANSFER Certificate III in Hospitality (Patisserie) THH31602 VIC 057095F NSW 062408G / Certificate III in Airport Transfer must be booked and paid for at the same time as Hospitality (Operations) THH33002 VIC 057010E NSW 062406J / Certificate IV in Hospitality PAYMENT OF REFUNDS payment of tuition fees. The cost of transfer is not refundable if the COURSE START DATE ________________________________________________ (Commercial Cookery) THH41302 VIC 057097D NSW 062410B / Certificate IV in Hospitality The following terms and conditions apply if the student withdraws from service is not utilised by the student. When a student arrives on a late (Patisserie) THH41402 VIC 057096E NSW 062411A / Certificate IV in Hospitality (Supervision) THH42602 VIC 057098C NSW 062409F / Diploma of Hospitality Management THH51202 a course after the payment of all fees. A statement will be issued night flight, it may be necessary for the student to cover the cost of 1 COURSE LENGTH ___________________________________________________ VIC 057099B NSW 062405K explaining how the amount has been calculated. The refund will be night’s accommodation in a moderately priced hotel. MELBOURNE 196 Flinders Street Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia T. +61 3 8616 0160 F. +61 3 9663 9694 E. email@example.com W. www.tmihs.com SYDNEY 26 Waterloo Street Surry Hills NSW 2010 Australia T. +61 2 8394 9499 F. +61 2 8394 9237 E. firstname.lastname@example.org The Meridian International Hotel School Pty Ltd / ABN 13 117 517 496 / Registered Training Organisation 21746 / CRICOS Provider Codes: VIC 02720G / NSW 02895F / CRICOS Course Codes: Certificate III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) THH31502 VIC 057094G NSW 062407G Certificate III in Hospitality (Patisserie) THH31602 VIC 057095F NSW 062408G / Certificate III in Hospitality (Operations) THH33002 VIC 057010E NSW 062406J / Certificate IV in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) THH41302 VIC 057097D NSW 062410B / Certificate IV in Hospitality (Patisserie) THH41402 VIC 057096E NSW 062411A / Certificate IV in Hospitality (Supervision) THH42602 VIC 057098C NSW 062409F / Diploma of Hospitality Management THH51202 IHS0005M&S VIC 057099B NSW 062405K Published by Meridian International Hotel School (Jan 2008). The information in this publication was correct at the time of printing however is subject to change.
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