Mentoring in Tourism and Hospitality Training Program
A supervisory and mentoring training program designed for Tasmanian Tourism and Hospitality Staff who manage apprentices, trainees and new entrants to the industry.
Training Program Overview
VXT has partnered with Registered Training Organisation, National Food Institute (RTO ID 3821) to deliver training in a mentoring program that has been put together specifically for the Tasmanian hospitality and tourism industries. The program consists of three units of competencies:
• BSBLDR411 – Demonstrate Leadership in the Workplace
• BSBLDR413 – Lead effective Workplace Relationships
• BSBXTW401 – Lead and Facilitate a Team
National Food Institute (NFI) is a leading Registered Training Organisation (RTO) with a history of working alongside Tasmanian businesses and helping them meet their skills and training needs. NFI formed in 2007, operates nationally and provides quality workplace training in Food Processing, Warehousing, Transport & Logistics, Driver Operations, Business and Horticulture.
Course Designed For
This program is designed for people currently in the Tasmanian hospitality and tourism industries who either manage apprentices, trainees or new entrants to the industry. The training is also suited for aspiring supervisors or managers.
The program will be delivered over a three month period, commencing in December 2022. Delivered in a blended format, with a mix of online self-paced study, online instructor-led sessions and face to face workshops held on the East Coast of Tasmania, in St Helens.
Delivered in a blended format, with the majority done via three face to face workshops; with supporting self-paced online study and workplace-based study. Face to face workshops.
Program Duration: approximately 12 weeks, including 1 x 2 day workshop in December 2022 and 1 x 1-day workshop in February 2023.
Study Time: Participants will be required to attend three days of face to face workshops.
Participants will also need to allow approximately 5 hours per week for self-paced online study, workplace-based study, assignments, and the main project’s completion. The facilitator will also be available for online discussions to support the completion of the project and assignments.
Employer Input: Employer input will be required to assist participants to complete on the job assignments/projects.
National Food Institute (RTO ID 3821) Mentoring in Tourism and Hospitality Training Program will consist of three unit of competency:
BSBLDR411 – Demonstrate leadership in the workplace
- Prepare to demonstrate leadership
- Align behaviour with organisational values
- Model leadership behaviour
BSBLDR413 – Lead effective workplace relationships
- Prepare to lead workplace relationships
- Lead workplace relationships
- Review leadership
BSBXTW401 – Lead and facilitate a team
- Plan team outcomes
- Coordinate team and individuals
- Support team
- Monitor team performance
Applications for a position can be made via:
- Online: Available by completing the online expression of interest form (see below)
- Email: email email@example.com with your full name, date of birth, phone number and a manual form will be emailed to you.
- Telephone: Call the VXT Office (03) 6387 7244 to process an application over the phone.
RTO Enrolment and Unique Student Identifier (USI)
Expression of interest will be reviewed and candidates advised if an application is successful. Upon notification, the successful candidate will be requested to complete a National Food Institute (RTO 3821) enrolment form. Course participants are required to hold a Unique Student Identifier (USI). It recommended participants apply for a Unique Student Identifier at www.usi.gov.au prior to completing the National Food Institute (RTO 3821) enrolment form.
$80 per person*, GST exempt
*The course fee is available at a significantly subsidised rate thanks to the Tasmanian Government through Skills Tasmania, Department of State Growth.
Candidates with successful applications will be requested to make payment of the course fees to secure enrolment in the training program.
Study materials and activities will be provided to participants via an online Student Portal. Participants will need to supply their laptop, tablet or desktop computer to complete this training. Internet access will also be required to access the Student Portal. A web camera may be required for online facilitator conversations, where applicable.