Is Tourism for me?
- Are you outgoing and love helping people?
- Would you enjoy travelling as part of your work?
- Are you interested in learning about other countries and cultures?
What is Tourism and what are my pathway options when I graduate?
The Tourism courses give you the skills and knowledge you need to get a job in the industry, quickly. You might like to start in a travel agency or perhaps in event management, resorts, ticketing, tour operations, airlines, major attractions or cruise liners. You could also further your studies in a Tourism Management, Commerce or Management degree at university.
What is the success rate of ABA graduates?
- Over 97%* who wanted jobs found them within 12 weeks of graduating
- 100% who wanted university entrance got into their first or second choice, most with credit
How long is my course?
ABA fast-track courses generally take half the time or less than TAFE or Uni which means you get into a job or Uni you want, sooner.
Diploma of Tourism SIT50112: 12 months Full-time
Advanced Diploma SIT60112: 18 months Full-time
What are the benefits of jobs in the Tourism industry?
- You get access to interesting jobs and experiences
- You get to interact with interesting people from different cultures
- Portable skills so you can work and travel globally
What is possible as a graduate?
Experience: Ashlee did her internship at Australian Holiday Centre, a specialist travel company offering expert advice on Australia. She was offered a job on her third day of her internship. She then worked on her days off each week at ABA until she graduated and then started her full-time role immediately. "The best thing about studying at ABA was the experience I had with my teachers and fellow students, it was excellent."
What subjects will I study and what are the fees?
For a full list of units covered and to learn more about VET FEE-HELP and other payment options, please request an information pack by clicking here.
When can I start?
Intakes: Please contact us for further information
Delivery: Full-time (3-4 days per week)
*students who have completed ABA internships