Certificate IV in Guiding
  • Domestic Students
  • International Students
Course Code SIT40216
Course Level Certificate IV
Course Study Area Tourism
Course Mode Full Time; Part Time
Contact Hours Full Time: 20-25 per week, Part Time: 10-12 per week
Course Location Melbourne
Course Intake February; July
Course Duration 12 months full time
Entry Requirements 
Course Code SIT40216
Course Level Certificate IV
Course Study Area Tourism
Course Mode Full Time
Contact Hours Full Time: 20-25 per week, Part Time: 10-12 per week
Course Location Melbourne
Course Intake February; July
Course Duration 12 months full time
Entry Requirements 
CRICOS 093243M
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Course Description

Training as a tourism guide can take graduates into some of the most remote and beautiful places in Australia and the world. Lead visitors safely and confidently helping them get the most out of their journey.

Course Structure
Unit Code
Unit Name
HLTAID003
Provide first aid
SITTGDE002
Work as a guide
SITTGDE004
Lead tour groups
SITTGDE005
Prepare and present tour commentaries or activities
SITTGDE011   
Coordinate and operate tours
SITTGDE012
Manage extended touring programs
SITXCCS007
Enhance customer service experiences
SITXCOM002
Show social and cultural sensitivity
SITXCOM005
Manage conflict
SITXWHS001
Participate in safe work practices
SITXWHS002   
Identify hazards, assess and control safety risks
SITTGDE006   
Develop and maintain the general and regional knowledge required by guides
SITTGDE003
Provide arrival and departure assistance
SITTGDE008
Prepare specialised interpretive content on flora, fauna and landscape
SITTGDE010
Prepare specialised interpretive content on cultural and heritage environments
SITTTSL004
Provide advice on Australian destinations
SITTIND001   
Source and use information on the tourism and travel industry

Entry Requirements


You are welcome to apply for the course if you are either:

  • a mature-age applicant
  • a current secondary-school student that is completing (or has completed) Year 11.
 
Pre-Training Review Interview
 
To assist you with determining whether a course suits your personal needs and career goals, we will assess your literacy, numeracy and digital literacy skills during your Pre-Training Review Interview.
 
We will then discuss with you the outcomes of your review, provide guidance as to whether the course is the best fit for you, and identify whether you might require any further learning support.

It is also an opportunity for you to ask us further questions about the course.

Fees
Fees and charges can be found at www.angliss.edu.au/fees-and-charges

Domestic Fees

Enrolment TypeGovernment Supported Place
Total Course Tuition Fee
Concession 
Total Course Tuition Fee
Full Fee
Total Course Tuition Fee
Domestic$2500
$500
$3,750
 

International Fees - for international students fees and charges, please click here.


The tuition fees shown are what you can expect to pay if you commence study in Semester 2, 2018 and may be subject to change without notice.

Your actual fees will be calculated based on your individual circumstances and eligibility for a government subsidized place at the time of enrolment.  Students with a valid concession may have their tuition fees reduced further.
You may also need to pay student amenities and materials fees.   The final fee will vary by course and will be determined at enrolment, but 2018 indicative fees by course are listed here.

Please note there may be fee changes for Semester 1, 2019.

The Information Centre staff can help you determine your fee rate and advise you of your payment options.

Find Out More

Call 1300 ANGLISS or email study@angliss.edu.au


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