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

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Who should attend

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

Duration:
One Day
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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.

Duration:
One Day
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Next date: Please see start dates below

Who should attend

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

Duration:

Two Days

Learning material will be provided to you on the day of your class. An examination for a unit standard will take place at the end of each day.

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Next date: Exam dates and times please see below.

Who should attend

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

Duration:

One Day (Exam Only)

Learning material will be provided to you via an online login once payment has been received so that you carry out self-study prior to attending the examination.

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