We are very pleased to announce that ASQA has approved RGIT to deliver further SIT (Hospitality) courses, which are upgraded courses from the now superseded SIT12 package. This is excellent news for all of us, as our students who are currently studying their SIT12 course can now successfully transition into their upgraded SIT course. RGIT had been patiently waiting until the very last minute for this change to be reflected on their scope. However, we can now safely say that we have been approved and we have these qualifications on board. This allows all of our Commercial Cookery and Patisserie students to continue to study and complete the latest industry recognised qualification.
RGIT has been given official approval to deliver, assess and issue certificates for the following SIT package courses:
- SIT30816 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery
- SIT40516 Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery
- SIT40416 Certificate IV in Hospitality
- SIT31016 Certificate III in Patisserie; and
- SIT40716 Certificate IV in Patisserie.
RGIT would like to thank all of its team members for all of their hard work, support and assistance provided to our compliance team, agents and of course to our valuable students. This reward is a result of your ongoing dedication, patience and cooperation shared during this transition period.
Many of you had shared your concerns with having a 2 week holiday break, however I’m certain that each of us can share a mutual understanding to ensure that we conduct a smooth transition of these new courses for our students. The challenge we now face ahead of us is to action the transition of the hundreds of students within in this faculty. However, we will endeavour to rise to the occasion and meet this challenge, as we always have and will continue to do. During this process, we ask for your patience and continued support to ensure a successful transition. On this note, we would like to extend our sincere thanks to all of our Hospitality students for positively receiving this news and for their shared cooperation and assistance during this process.
RGIT always strives to assist its students, as their welfare is our top priority. We request everyone’s cooperation and assistance during this time so that we can ensure that all of our students experience a smooth transition into their new course.
- Irene Mendoza | Vocational Training Manager