How much homework will I be expected to do during my travel course?
SIT30216 Certificate III in Travel – full-time course
Training and assessment within our full-time travel course is completed face-to-face within the classroom. This means the majority of your assignments and assessment tasks will be completed during your scheduled classes (Monday – Wednesday). However you will also be required to complete approximately one hour of homework per day.
SIT30216 Certificate III in Travel – part-time course option
Training delivery for the part-time travel course is completed face-to-face within the classroom. However you will then be required to complete the majority of your assignments and assessment tasks as homework (this will require you to spend approximately four to six hours per week on completing set homework tasks).
Does the travel course include scary exams?
Our travel and tourism course is highly practical and hands-on. Each unit includes a small number of assessment tasks which will involve you completing a range of relevant and interesting practical exercises. Your trainer will assist and support you whilst you complete these tasks. So, no there are no scary or stressful exams to be worried about!
Am I eligible to get Government Funding for the travel course?
Our SIT30216 Certificate III in Travel is approved for government subsidised training, so you may only have to pay a small portion of the course fee (whilst the government pays the rest). Working out if you are eligible to access this training can be a little confusing. If you are unsure, call us and one of our team will be able to clarify this with you over the phone – it will only take a minute.
Does the travel and tourism course include Practical Placement? Will I have to find my own?
The full-time travel course offers you the opportunity to participate in one week of supervised practical placement. Your travel trainer will give you personalised assistance and support in finding a suitable and interesting industry placement host for you.
Am I able to apply for RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning)?
Suzan Johnston is happy to offer any eligible travel course student Recognition of Prior Learning. If you believe that you have evidence of competency for any of the travel or business units included in our SIT30216 Certificate III in Travel training program please contact one of our consultants and we’ll explain our RPL process.
Are there any additional costs within the travel course like textbooks?
Whilst studying our SIT30216 Certificate III in Travel you will need to purchase a few text books. All required texts can be purchased directly from Suzan Johnston Australia and will be available to you when you commence the course. The total cost for these materials is $412.00 (see the course enrolment form for more details)