Department of Hospitality | PWC Community College

By: Pwc Community College  09-12-2011

Food & Beverage Management Certificate

Distance Education

Program Description: 

The Food & Beverage Management Certificate allows the learner to understand how to run a successful food or/and beverage facility. Learning outcomes include health and safety, inventory management, and human resources. 

Potential Career Options: 

Students have a variety of options once they have completed the Food & Beverage Management program offered at our school. Some of these options are listed below: 

a. Work as a restaurant manager
b. Work as an inventory manager
c. Become a self sufficient entrepreneur 

Mandatory Courses for Program Completion: 

FBM 101 Health and Safety Management
FBM 102 Food and Beverage Sales
FBM 103 Food and Beverage Inventory Management
FBM 104 Bar and Beverage Managements
FBM 105 Hospitality Human Resources 

.Tourism & Hospitality Management Diploma

Program Description  

The Hospitality Management program aims at developing a student’s intellectual ability, executive personality and managerial skills through an appropriate blending of business and general education. The program assists the student in understanding and developing the unique leadership qualities required for successfully managing business functions, an organizational unit or an enterprise. The specific objectives of the program are to: 

  • Produce up-to-date, assertive and  effective executives for business and other  organizations.
  • Prepare students for higher studies in hospitality at home and abroad.
  • Allow students to have entrepreneurial confidence.

  Careers with Hospitality Management Program  

The Hospitality Management program prepares students for the beginnings of a variety of careers in the hospitality industry and other organizations.  This program allows opening of more doors of opportunity either in the workplace or more advanced studies. This program helps the graduate to fulfill potential for high earnings, increased responsibility, and greater personal development. Some potential employment areas are: 

  • entrepreneur
  • project manager
  • restaurant manager
  • front office sales
  • catering & sales
  •  food & beverage
  • housekeeping management

  Admission Requirements  

The admission requirements are as follows: 

       DOMESTIC STUDENTS: 

  • Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Applicants must be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants.
  • Applicants must provide proof of Grade 12 completion: High School or Post-Secondary Transcript or Adult Dogwood or G.E.D.
  • Applicants must provide evidence of acceptable levels of reading, speaking and understanding skills of the English language. Students may be required to write the TOEFL exam.  English 11 with a letter grade of “C” or above or equivalent.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: 

  • Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Applicants must have completed grade 12 or equivalent.
  • Students must provide a current Student Visa, and a copy of their birth certificate.
  • Applicants must have taken and provide the school their current score on the IELTS exam.  A score of 5.0 and over for the certificate program will only be accepted.

Duration of the Program  

The Hospitality Management Diploma program is 14 months in duration.  A semester is of 12 weeks in length, there are three semesters in a year unless stated. 

Program Fees  

All fees are paid upon enrolment per semester. International students have payment of one half of their tuition before Official Letters of Approval are mailed out.  Program Cost Breakdowns are given upon inquiry and all fees are subjected to change at the institutions discretion. 

Learning Outcomes/Objectives  

The specific objectives of the program are to: 

  • Produce up-to-date, assertive and  effective executives for hospitality industry and other  organizations.
  • Prepare students for higher studies in business at home and abroad.
  • Allow students to have entrepreneurial confidence.
  • Understand and begin developing essential skills to the everyday working professional in business.
  • Apply all knowledge learned throughout the program to their everyday professional life.
  • Apply all knowledge of skills of everyday marketing and management strategies.
  • Recognize how to develop, contribute, plan, implement and respond to change for others as well as oneself both personally and professionally.

Course #         Course Name      

  •  FBS 100       Food and Beverage Service                                                       
  • FBS 100L          Food and Beverage Service Lab                                                    
  • FBS 101            Quality Sanitation Management                                       
  • FBS 101L          Quality Sanitation Management Lab                                          
  • FBS 103            Bar and Beverage Management                                                   
  • FBS 103L          Bar and Beverage Management Lab                                           
  • FBS 104            Hospitality Supervision                                                             
  • FBS 104L          Hospitality Supervision Lab                                        
  • HSC 100           Introduction to Hospitality                                                       
  • HSC 100L         Introduction to Hospitality Lab                                               
  • HSC 102           Managing Front Office Operations                                           
  • HSC 103L         Managing Front Office Operations Lab                                   
  • HSD 200           Housekeeping Management                                                      
  • HSD 200L         Housekeeping Management Lab                                              
  • HSD 201           Hotel/Motel Security Management                                         
  • HSD 201L         Hotel/Motel Security Management Lab                                 
  • HSD 202           Hospitality Sales & Marketing                                                  
  • HSD 202L         Hospitality Sales & Marketing Lab                                          
  • HSD 203           Basic Financial Accounting for the Hospitality Industry  
  • HSD 203L         Basic Financial Accounting for the Hospitality Industry Lab 
  • HSD 204           Facilities Management                                                                
  • HSD 204L         Facilities Management Lab                                                        
  • HSD 300           Practicum                                                                                
  • HSD 301           Career Development           

Tourism & Hospitality Management Certificate

Program Description  

The Hospitality Management program aims at developing a student’s intellectual ability, executive personality and managerial skills through an appropriate blending of business and general education. The program assists the student in understanding and developing the unique leadership qualities required for successfully managing business functions, an organizational unit or an enterprise. The specific objectives of the program are to: 

  • Produce up-to-date, assertive and  effective executives for business and other  organizations.
  • Prepare students for higher studies in hospitality at home and abroad.
  • Allow students to have entrepreneurial confidence.

  Careers with Hospitality Management Program  

The Hospitality Management program prepares students for the beginnings of a variety of careers in the hospitality industry and other organizations.  This program allows opening of more doors of opportunity either in the workplace or more advanced studies. This program helps the graduate to fulfill potential for high earnings, increased responsibility, and greater personal development. Some potential employment areas are: 

  • entrepreneur
  • project manager
  • restaurant manager
  • front office sales
  • catering & sales
  •  food & beverage
  • housekeeping management

  Admission Requirements  

The admission requirements are as follows: 

       DOMESTIC STUDENTS: 

  • Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Applicants must be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants.
  • Applicants must provide proof of Grade 12 completion: High School or Post-Secondary Transcript or Adult Dogwood or G.E.D.
  • Applicants must provide evidence of acceptable levels of reading, speaking and understanding skills of the English language. Students may be required to write the TOEFL exam.  English 11 with a letter grade of “C” or above or equivalent.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: 

  • Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Applicants must have completed grade 12 or equivalent.
  • Students must provide a current Student Visa, and a copy of their birth certificate.
  • Applicants must have taken and provide the school their current score on the IELTS exam.  A score of 5.0 and over for the certificate program will only be accepted.

Duration of the Program  

The Hospitality Management certificate program is 6 months in duration.  A semester is of 12 weeks in length, there are three semesters in a year unless stated. 

Program Fees  

All fees are paid upon enrolment per semester. International students have payment of one half of their tuition before Official Letters of Approval are mailed out.  Program Cost Breakdowns are given upon inquiry and all fees are subjected to change at the institutions discretion. 

Learning Outcomes/Objectives  

The specific objectives of the program are to: 

  • Produce up-to-date, assertive and  effective executives for hospitality industry and other  organizations.
  • Prepare students for higher studies in business at home and abroad.
  • Allow students to have entrepreneurial confidence.
  • Understand and begin developing essential skills to the everyday working professional in business.
  • Apply all knowledge learned throughout the program to their everyday professional life.
  • Apply all knowledge of skills of everyday marketing and management strategies.
  • Recognize how to develop, contribute, plan, implement and respond to change for others as well as oneself both personally and professionally

Course #         Course Name         

  • FBS 100          Food and Beverage Service                                        
  • FBS 100L        Food and Beverage Service Lab                                 
  • FBS 101          Quality Sanitation Management                               
  • FBS 101L        Quality Sanitation Management Lab                        
  • FBS 103          Bar and Beverage Management                                
  • FBS 103L        Bar and Beverage Management Lab                         
  •  FBS 104          Hospitality Supervision                                             
  •  FBS 104L        Hospitality Supervision Lab                                      
  •   HSC 100          Introduction to Hospitality                                         
  • HSC 100L        Introduction to Hospitality Lab                                  
  • HSC 102          Managing Front Office Operations                             
  • HSC 103L        Managing Front Office Operations Lab                      


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