The HEAT (Hospitality Employment & Training) program, with Guy Grossi as its patron, is an innovative and practical hospitality re-engagement program.
HEAT supports young people to gain an accredited training qualification in hospitality, whilst preparing for the world of work or further education.
HEAT is delivered over six months, providing a supportive environment for young people addressing long term barriers through engaging education and wellbeing supports.
Young people will complete the program with increased confidence, self-esteem, solid employability skills and a strong vocational pathway.
The six month program is made up of three elements:
Order Up is delivered for one term, two days per week on an adjusted schedule. The focus is on empowering you to take a meaningful step towards a career in hospitality.
It assists you to strengthen personal effectiveness, develop a career plan and prepare for accredited training or employment. Furthermore, Order Up supports you to break down barriers to education and training, including punctuality, coping strategies and communication skills.
Certificate II in Kitchen Operations (SIT20416)
Certificate II in Kitchen Operations (SIT20416), run by William Angliss Institute, is delivered over two school terms, four days per week on an adjusted schedule. Throughout this accredited certificate, you will have the opportunity to learn practical skills, which will be enhanced during your work on six pop-up Cafes open to the public. This certificate is also focused on improving students’ employability skills for the hospitality industry.
Plan Your Future
Plan Your Future will be delivered for one term, two days per week on an adjusted schedule. The focus is on supporting you to establish a clear and personal vocational pathway, incorporating required skills, knowledge and networks for future success.
HEAT is located at Melbourne City Mission’s purpose built Prahran site, just a short walk from Prahran station and close to Tram Numbers 6 and 78.
Is this support for me or my client?
To be eligible to enroll in HEAT the young person needs to be:
- Between 16–25 years of age
- Neither employed or engaged in education or training
Intake for 2019
Step 1 – inform yourself about the different possibilities in the HEAT program and course details (see above).
- HEAT (including all three elements) intake Term 1 and Term 3
- Order Up intake Term 1 and Term 3
- Plan Your Future intake Term 2 and 4
HEAT offers flexibility with intake, to fulfil the needs of young people:
- HEAT (including all three elements) intake – Term 1 and Term 3
- Order Up intake – Term 1 and Term 3
- Plan Your Future intake – Term 2 and Term 4
Step 2 – Check your eligibility
To be eligible to enrol in HEAT you need to be:
- between 16–25 years of age
- neither employed nor engaged in education or training
Step 3 – Contact us
Please complete the expression of interest form below, contact the HEAT Youth Worker on 0448 654 560 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
HEAT Cafes 2019
HEAT runs regular cafe days to provide students with valuable practical experience. Guests are invited to dine on a delicious lunch (including non-alcoholic beverages), all prepared by the students at a very reasonable cost.
Cafes will be held at 12.00 noon on the following dates during 2019.
Heat Cafe dates 2019
- 7 March
- 4 April
- 2 May
- 16 May
- 30 May
- 13 June
HEAT Youth Worker on 0448 654 560 or email@example.com
Places are limited. Please book in advance. Dates are subject to change.
Level 2, 140 High Street
Prahran VIC 3181
Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm
0448 654 560
HEAT Training Enrolment Form
Include: Agency name, worker’s name, worker’s email, and worker’s contact number.