Hospitality, Restaurant and Bar

MIT's School of Culinary and Hospitality Studies is a unique restaurant and hotel training school. Established in 1993, our purpose-built facility combines the latest technology with lecturers whose up-to-date experience in the industry is backed by academic expertise.

As well as MIT's full-time and part-time programmes, a number of short courses are also available for those wanting to retrain or upskill in areas like food safety and barista skills.

Courses

Next date: Friday 15 September 2017

Who should attend

Anyone employed, or preparing to be employed in the food industry.

Participants must be able to demonstrate competence in written English to successfully complete the assessment for this course.

Note: Unless previously sighted, you must supply a verified copy of your NZ birth certificate or passport at time of enrolment in order to be charged the NZ student fees.  Please note that without this documentation your fees will be charged at a higher rate.

Duration:
One Day
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Next date: Friday 20 October 2017

Who should attend

This is a must-do course for coffee lovers and anyone interested in learning about coffee and being able to make that PERFECT cup.

Note: Unless previously sighted, you must supply a verified copy of your NZ birth certificate or passport at time of enrolment in order to be charged the NZ student fees. Please note that without this documentation your fees will be charged at a higher rate.

Duration:
One Day
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Next date: Friday 3 November 2017

Who should attend

For people who are responsible for liquor sale and supply in licensed premises requiring their Licence Controller Qualification (LCQ). By law, every hospitality business that sells alcohol must have a properly qualified person in charge at all times.

This course will provide you with the following unit standards:

  • 4646 – Demonstrate knowledge of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 and its implications for licensed premises (Level 4, Credits 2); and
  • 16705 – Demonstrate knowledge of host responsibility requirements as a duty manager of licensed premises (Level 4, Credits 3).
Duration:
Two days
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