Eight-month certificate. Part-time study option available.
Career possibilities: Launch or advance your career in restaurants, hotels, resorts, event planning, conferences and fine dining. As a graduate, you will qualify for supervisory positions at hotels and resorts, catering to contract services, banquet and event management and more.
This program focuses on the specific skills needed for supervisors and managers. Over the span of eight months, you'll develop the business skills necessary to compete effectively in the marketplace. Your learning will include exposure to various tourism sectors, including accommodation, food and beverage, adventure tourism, events and conferences, transportation, attractions, tourism services and travel trade.
With a Tourism and Hospitality Management certificate, you’ll be prepared to launch a career in restaurants, hotels, resorts, event planning, conferences, fine dining, and casual establishments. If you are currently working in the industry and looking to advance, the skills provided in this program will help you expand your career options. Career possibilities include, but would not be limited to supervisory postions such as restaurant manager, banquet manager, front desk manager and hotel or resort manager.
Upgrade your English, math and science courses for entry into the program of your choice. Succeed with the help of NIC’s supportive instructors. Courses are flexible and start several times a year so you can learn at your own pace. We offer daytime and evening options. Learn more
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To successfully complete the program, students must pass all courses and attain an overall average of at least 60%.
Costs indicated are estimates for a 100% course load per year, unless otherwise noted. Additional fees may also include necessary equipment, supplies, NIC appointed uniforms, or field trips not included in these estimates.
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