Hospitality | Commonwealth College | Hospitality Diploma Winnipeg
Course Description

The Hospitality program enables students to master the essential operational skills needed in the hospitality industry

The Hospitality program covers every imaginable type of property. From bed and breakfasts to five-star resorts, from hotel chains to roadside motels, from luxurious villas to one-room cabins, from stately cruise ships to houseboats and yachts, hospitality properties abound.

Students master the skills that make these hospitality properties thrive. Courses in the program include safe food handling, Bartending, Accounting, Front Desk and more.

WHAT YOU COULD EARN UNDER A YEAR

$30,879 – $57,104

PROGRAM LENGTH

Theory 540 hours
Practicum 160 hours
Total 700 Hours
Course Schedule

START DATES :

April 1st, 2019

May 6th, 2019

June 3rd, 2019

Course Fee
Registration Fee : $ 225.00 CAD
Other Fees : $ 6,000.00 CAD
Total Payment of Program : $ 6,225.00 CAD
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Courses Covered
Course Description

This training will help students develop transferable skills employers look for when making hiring decisions

Course Duration
Theory 60 hours
Practical
Practicum
Total 60 Hours
Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, students will be able to…

  • use common strategies to ensure customer satisfaction
  • use diplomacy when dealing with challenging situations
  • demonstrate integrity and adaptability
  • use problem solving skills
  • perform and apply basic numeract skills
  • write effective resumes and cover letters
Course Description

Students will learn and practice basic keyboarding skills using an online tutorial and in-lab practice time.

In the MS Word course students learn to identify word processing terminology and concepts, create technical documents, format and edit documents, use simple tools and utilities, and print documents

Course Duration
Theory 20 hours
Practical 40 hours
Practicum
Total 60 Hours
Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, students will be able to…

  • Idemonstrate basic keyboarding skills
  • create and edit a MS Word document
  • print and preview a document
  • compare and merge documents
  • integrate MS word with other Office applications
Course Description

Students will learn effective selling techniques, the art of table service, ways to respond to guest needs and complaints. Preparing alcohol or non-alcohol beverages for bar and restaurant patrons

Course Duration
Theory 40 hours
Practical 40 hours
Practicum
Total 80 Hours
Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, students will be able to…

  • Interact with customers, take orders and serve snacks and drinks.
  • Assess customers’ needs and preferences and make recommendations.
  • Mix ingredients to prepare cocktails.
Course Description

Students will learn to exceed guest expectations by mastering the skills for excellent service, as well as effective selling techniques, the art of table service, ways to respond to guest needs and complaints…and more

Course Duration
Theory 30 hours
Practical 30 hours
Practicum
Total 60 Hours
Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, students will be able to…

  • maintain and set tables
  • perform opening and closing duties
  • maintain inventory control
  • identify common dietary requests
  • use point of sale system
  • handle and process payments
Course Description

Students will learn basic food & beverage operating practices including opening the facility, handling cash and dealing with suppliers.

Course Duration
Theory 60 hours
Practical 20 hours
Practicum
Total 80 Hours
Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, students will be able to…

  • Book and monitor large functions
  • Build a competitive, attractive and cost-effective menu for a food and beverage establishment
  • Maintain an adequate inventory base
  • Manage finances effectively
Course Description

This program covers all of the essential skills to ensure front desk efficiency, optimum guest experiences and return business.

Course Duration
Theory 60 hours
Practical
Practicum
Total 60 Hours
Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, students will be able to…

  • Communicate with the booking, housekeeping and maintenance departments to ensure prompt responses to guests’ needs
  • Make reservations or appointments for guests who want to avail themselves of local entertainment or services
  • Answer guest calls and record details of each conversation for future follow-up
  • Meet and exceed guests’ expectations by anticipating the services they might require and suggesting local venues
  • Report any accidents or injuries to senior management staff immedia
Course Description

Students will learn about kitchen operations and basic cooking and preparation techniques. Sudents will also gain an awareness of the importance of safety in the kitchen and will learn to identifysafety hazards.

Course Duration
Theory 40 hours
Practical 40 hours
Practicum
Total 80 Hours
Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, students will be able to…

  • apply food handling and sanitation principles
  • use kitchen equipment safely
  • respond to emergencies
  • assist in the process of receiving food
  • prepare and cook poultry, fish and shellfish
  • prepare stocks, soups and sauces
Course Description

Event co-ordinators operate in a professional, detail-oriented environment requiring an abundance of organizational skills and energy. They carry out the directives and plans that have filtered from the sponsoring group through the event manager. It is their responsibility to ensure that all committees are informed of the daily progress of the event as a whole and that every task is on target for completion according to the critical path and timeline developed by the event manager, sponsoring group, and committees.

Course Duration
Theory 50 hours
Practical 10 hours
Practicum
Total 60 Hours
Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, students will be able to…

  • participate in strategic planning
  • demonstrate environmental responsibility
  • plan an event project
  • coordinate an event project
  • coordinate a risk management project
  • manage risks
  • develop financial resources
  • manage budgets
  • perform administrative tasks
  • coordinate human resources
  • design a program
  • coordinate food & beverage services
  • develop plan for attendee and participant management
  • select and design site
  • coordinate marketing plan and materials
  • promote event
  • coordinate sales activities
Eligibility

Grade 12 or equivalent, or mature student status plus successful completion of college entrance test

Admissions Requirements

  • Canadian High School Graduation or equivalent
  • Mature Student
  • Test of adult basic education administered
  • Interview with Admissions Advisor
Career Opportunities

After completing a diploma in hospitality, graduates could get a job in the following sectors:

  • Airline and railway travel
  • Conferences and convention centers
  • Travel agencies
  • Tourist offices and ministries of tourism
  • Tour operators
  • Spas and wellness centers
  • Cruise companies
  • Event management
  • Casinos
  • Catering companies
  • Bars and private clubs
  • Concert and theatre venues
  • Museums and other cultural venues
  • Theme parks
  • Fitness clubs and sports organizations (such as gyms, golf clubs, and tennis facilities)
  • Real estate management companies
  • Hotel development and construction
  • Manufacturers and suppliers of hospitality equipment
Funding Options

Student may be eligible, if qualified, for Federal and Provincial loans, grants or awards. Students may also qualify for EI, Band Funding, MMF Funding or even loans facilitated by us.
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