Explore our range of hospitality, commercial cookery and business courses.If you’re interested in completing a full course or just a skillset, we can help you make the right choice based on your circumstances.
If you’re an employer, you will love our workplace delivery and assessment model to up skill your staff. We work with a number of employers and graduated over 900 students via a combination of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and GAP training.
Government Subsidised Courses
Page Institute has multiple agreements with Queensland Government to deliver a number of courses using government funding. These agreements include Certificate 3 Guarantee, Higher Level Skills, User Choice and Trade Skills Assessment and Gap Training (TSAGT). Each program has different criteria and can be used to achieve different qualifications.
Our all Domestic course
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Why Choose Us
There are a number of reasons why we feel we will be able to serve you better than our competition. However, below are the TOP 4 reasons that we think will help you make the right choice.
Yes, you can if you meet the eligibility criteria for government subsidy. We offer a range of hospitality and commercial cookery courses subsidised by the Queensland Government.
You are required to pay a co-contribution fee for each course you study with us. We generally charge $1 per unit. Meaning a qualification with 15 units will cost you $15 in total. There may be further concessions available if you are receiving centrelink benefits.
As the name suggests, workplace-based assessments are conducted in your place of work.
Our assessors observe you performing various tasks while you are on your shift. It is a method used for highly experienced people in their trade who do not require any study to attain practical skills.
We use a range of methods and documentation to determine your level of skills.
RPL is a process of recognising your experience and current skills to establish if you can perform all tasks and have the knowledge expected from a fully qualified person for a qualification.
You can prove it by demonstrating your skills in your workplace and going through an interview with a qualified assessor who makes a judgment on your performance.
If our assessor is satisfied and you meet all other criteria, you may be awarded a certificate without studying the course.