Launch your Career in Hospitality Industry with Hospitality Management courses

If you are looking for a wide range of skills that will allow you to enter various positions within the hospitality services, you should consider attending Centennial College.

The post-secondary institution’s two-semester hospitality courses offers not only an Ontario College Certificate but also offers the opportunity to take certification exams in Sanitation and Beverage Services, thus graduating with confidence and required skills to work in this industry.

As such, students develop immense know-how to become employable directly upon graduation in different hospitality service-related positions, both locally and across Canada, including room attendant, front desk clerk, food service, cook or maintenance worker. Among the companies that hospitality management graduates are: Swiss Chalet, Chartwells, Kelsey’s, Shoeless Joe’s, Boston Pizza, Moxie’s and more.

Additionally, graduates, who are interested in furthering their education, also have the option of transferring to one of Centennial College’s more specialized hospitality programs that result in Ontario College Diplomas or Advanced Ontario College Diplomas.

In order to apply interested candidates need to have completed at least Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent, or need to posses mature student status (19 years or older). The program is especially recommended for those who have completed Grade 12 Workplace level English.

Once they are accepted, students discover that special attention is paid to food and beverage services, kitchen operations, housekeeping and front office skills. As such, the hospitality service curriculum incorporates hands-on experience with theory, and students have access to the multiple on-campus hospitality college facilities at Progress Campus. Among these facilities are, a conference centre, where students can put up events, as well as a live restaurant called Horizons where students learn about customer interaction and more.

Specific hospitality programs include: Introduction to Math, Communication Skills for Hospitality Service Workers, Front of the House Agent, Room Attendant, Kitchen and Dining Room Operations, Beverage Services, Safety & Sanitation, and more. Students also get equipped with job-seeking techniques, and job interview and resume skills through hospitality management-specific courses that are designed to make them comfortable with the job application process. Knowledgeable faculty members who possess current experience lead all the courses.

To ensure that students have an opportunity to apply everything they have learned during the course, they are sent out on a two-day-a week work experience placement at a restaurant or hotel. This also allows them to network and gain new knowledge from seasoned professionals.

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