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Tourism Courses

The travel and tourism industry is a highly competitive one, which means that the more qualifications you have under your belt, the better your chances of securing great jobs. Tafecourses.com.au provides you with plenty of opportunities to boost your CV with a range of online and classroom-based tourism courses and diplomas, including tourism management short courses, TAFE courses, such as Certificate III in Tourism, and other travel-related studies in Australia.

Diploma Of Events (Travel & Tourism) (SIT50212)

Qualification Level

Diploma

Subject

Event Management, Tourism
VET FEE-HELP is available for this course!  This program will allow you to complete two Nationally Recognised Qualifications in the same time it tak...

Certificate III in Travel

Qualification Level

Certificate III

Subject

Tourism
Recently, the tourism industry was valued as approximately $35 billion to the national economy, an equivalent of $94.8 million a day. Domestic tourism...

Bachelor of Business (Tourism)

Qualification Level

Undergraduate Degree

Subject

Hospitality and Tourism, Tourism
Got the travel bug and keen to share that enthusiasm with others? Take-off with a top job in travel and tourism with our degree. Martin's Bachelor of ...

Travel and Tourism Fundamentals Program + Diploma of Travel and Tourism (SIT50112)

Qualification Level

Diploma

Subject

Hospitality and Tourism, Tourism
If you're as passionate about travel as we are, and keen to share that passion with others, you've found your perfect fit with the SIT50112  Diploma o...

Diploma of Events specialising in Travel and Tourism

Qualification Level

Diploma

Subject

Event Management, Tourism
Do you get a kick out of organising your next travel adventure or helping friends and family to plan their holiday itineraries? Do you love organising events-based tours and coordinating travel arrangements for groups? With the help of a flexible onlin...

Tafecourses.com.au promotes tourism courses that are nationally accredited and recognised, so you can take the skills you gained in Sydney and apply them in Melbourne or Brisbane. It also means that if you suddenly have to relocate in the middle of your studies, your new school will recognise your previous learning. Another benefit of nationally accredited TAFE tourism courses is that they serve as a pathway to undergraduate degrees. 

You can supplement your tourism qualification with some interesting short courses, such as starting your own (travel) business, marketing, and even eco-awareness and conservation courses.