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Benefits of Earning a Diploma in Hospitality Management Diploma
  • According to the Labour Force Survey (2009), the Median Hourly Wage for Hospitality Management Diploma was N/A .Whereas the Median Hourly Wage for all occupations was N/A.
  • High Demand: From 2011-2020, job openings are expected to total 116,312 while only 95,425 job seekers will be available to fill these job openings.
  • 81% of workers in this occupation worked full-time, compared to the average of equal for all occupations.

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Canada's fast growing travel and tourism industry provides many exciting career opportunities. Some of the hospitality sectors showing great promise are events and conferences, food and beverage services, accommodation, adventure tourism and recreation. The Hospitality Certificate and Diploma programs at our featured colleges provide you with the training needed to enter this field. The programs on offer are The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) diploma, the Hospitality Operations Diploma and the Hospitality Management Diploma. A number of hospitality and tourism skills are covered by these programs. Staff management, housekeeping management, human resource management, office procedures, front office procedures and hospitality computer systems are some of the courses studied. B.C. Food Safe and Serving it Right certificates are also given. Students of the Hospitality diploma and certificate programs are given hands-on experience through a 5 week practicum in the tourism industry at the end of which they gain an AHLA certificate.

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