Created Date:

8 Apr 2021

[CIT] Why study Commercial Cookery & Nursing at CIT

Commercial Cookery


Skilled chefs are in high demand in the hospitality industry worldwide, with the ability to work in hotels, restaurants, cafés, conference centres, private catering companies, healthcare environments or tourism and travel venues.


Train in world-class commercial kitchens to develop your skills and cookery experience from preparing food in a modern kitchen environment, through to managing people and coordinating cooking and work operations with confidence.


Further your career options by learning high-level business, strategic, financial and personnel functions of the broader hospitality industry, with CIT’s Diploma and Advanced Diploma.


Industry Placement


Establish future career opportunities and experience the industry first-hand with 700 hours of paid industry experience! (Approximate hours: Certificate III – 400 hours. Certificate IV – 200 hours. Diploma – 100 hours)


Why study at CIT?


  • Seven training kitchens on campus

  • In-house commercial restaurant and cafe

  • Learn from award-winning chefs

  • Use CIT's network to connect you to employment opportunities

  • Be part of the exciting food scene in the Canberra region with plenty of job opportunities for hospitality students

  • Get support to find industry placement




Nursing


Nursing is a respected and growing industry that is essential for the health of the community. Our Diploma course prepares you to work in various health settings; including mental health, aged care, and hospitals.


CIT’s Diploma of Nursing is fully accredited by the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC). This means, when you complete your studies at CIT, you will be eligible to apply for your Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) registration to become an Enrolled Nurse right away!


Industry Placement


Mandatory clinical industry placement experience (minimum 400 unpaid hours in total) will be provided in areas such as acute care, aged care, mental health rehabilitation, community nursing, diabetic and wound clinics, primary health and palliative care. The hours generally are broken up in blocks of 1 week, 2 weeks or 3 weeks throughout the 3 semesters.


Why study nursing at cit?


  • State-of-the-art, on-campus training hospital facility

  • Clinical industry placement fully coordinated by CIT

  • Fully accredited by the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC)

  • Be eligible to apply for your Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) registration to become an Enrolled Nurse right away!

  • Many job opportunities in Canberra and throughout Australia



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