Certificate III in Guiding
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No minimum education
This qualification is part of the Tourism, Travel and Hospitality Training Package. It provides a pathway to work as a guide in many tourism industry sectors. Guides at this level usually work in particular areas or sites, including attractions, cultural and heritage sites, tourist precincts, marine and national parks, wineries, or on board day or extended cruise vessels. It reflects the role of individuals who use well-developed guiding skills combined with a substantial depth of subject matter knowledge to deliver tours. They work with some independence and under limited supervision using discretion and judgement to resolve problems.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Provide service to customers; Develop and maintain the general and regional knowledge required by guides; Show social and cultural sensitivity; Prepare and present tour commentaries or activities; Identify hazards, assess and control safety risks; Lead tour groups; Work as a guide; plus more. Electives: Conduct a product tasting for alcoholic beverages; Interpret aspects of local Australian Indigenous culture; Conduct routine oral communication in a language other than English; Provide advice on Australian destinations; plus more.
About TAFE SATAFE SA is the largest provider of vocational education and training (VET) in South Australia delivering more than 1,000 courses to an average of 80,000 students per year at campuses across the State.
TAFE SA offers training across more than 80 activity and industry-related areas with a wide range of quality courses and flexible study options to suit personal needs.
Provider CRICOS: 00092B RTO code: 41026;HE
Certificate IIICourse code: SIT30316
- External = 1 year
13 units: 9 core; 4 elective
No minimum education
Life after Study
Tour guides accompany visitors on local tours and guide tourists within a specific country, region, area, city or site. They provide special information on history, archaeology, monuments and works of art, the environment, culture, natural and built attractions, places of interest, and any general matters of interest to the visitor.