Train to become a guide

More and more tour guides are being trained through excellent Cert III and Cert IV courses at TAFE colleges across Australia

A number of Registered Training Organisations (RTO’s) are approved to conduct these courses throughout Australia.

Details are listed on the Federal Government Training website.

https://training.gov.au/Training/Details/SIT30316

We provide links to approved courses as information comes to hand.

Certificate IV in Tour Guiding – William Angliss  Institute  Melbourne -commencing February 2018

Detail here

Certificate III in Tour Guiding, Holmesglen Institute Melbourne -commencing February 2018

Detail here

 

 

 

 

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Rediscover the Mornington Peninsula! – 8th May 2019

Session 1- Daytime – Free entry and famil – Limited to 40 PTGAA Members to:

The Moonlit Sanctuary, Jackalope Hotel/Winery/Spa, Arthur’s Seat  Eagle(inc. free Cable car ride!), The Enchanted Garden, St Andrew’s Beach Brewery  

Please find Details & go here to RSVP  – PTGAA Mornington Peninsula PD – Daytime Session – Rediscover the Mornington Peninsula as a Tourist Destination

Session 2 – Evening – Free Evening Bathing Session at The Peninsula Hot Springs- discover the newly revamped Hot Springs and enjoy an evening of bathing!

Please find Details & go here to RSVP – PTGAA Mornington Peninsula PD- Evening Session- Peninsula Hot Springs

 NB. PTGAA Photo ID cards are required at each Host site!!

MacRobertson the man, and his Great Chocolate Empire…..

FULLY BOOKED 

A walking tour with Isabel Simpson

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Melbourne City of Literature PD

Thursday 14th March, 2019

9.30 am START

Meeting place: Main Foyer of Wheeler Centre 176 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Host:  David Ryding – Director, City of Literature Office

In 2008, Melbourne joined the UNESCO Creative Cities Network when at the time it was designated the first and only City of Literature in Australia, and the second in the world!  David Ryding, Director – City of Literature, will be hosting members of the PTGAA at the Wheeler Centre offering insights to Melbourne’s’ literary history and current standing on the world stage, followed by a tour of the State Library, the oldest public library in Australia!

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