Changing consumer trends and ‘foodie’ cultures, combined with Australia’s access to a wide range of amazing fresh produce, are all helping to propel the Hospitality sector to new heights, and are ensuring that there are new developments that challenge, excite, and delight at every turn.
The service of food, alcohol, and gambling are all pillar stones of the Hospitality sector, and each of these activities are increasingly regulated. This means that for you to join the future hospitality workforce, you will need to have the education and skills that address those regulations.
The top hospitality ‘front of house’ essential skills that you will need include:
The hospitality industry is constantly growing, with an increased focus on safety and service, and experts suggest that there will be significant growth in the hospitality industry for years to come. With that in mind, making the decision to study a TAFE NSW hospitality qualification could be a very smart move for your career prospects. These are three areas leading that growth in the sector:
There is a demand for Australian trained hospitality staff all over the globe, including on the ocean going cruise ships. You can work while you see the world.
Among the many international opportunities in hospitality are:
With cuisine specific restaurants popping up everywhere, increases in the amount of ‘gastro-pubs,’ and with the rise of ‘foodie’ culture, the need for qualified chefs with a specialisation is booming.
Work as a chef can also lead you to consulting work, management and restaurant owner. And the service industry is growing so it is a great time to get into it.