Certificate of Hospitality and Tourism Management

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The Hospitality and Tourism Program is designed to students who are interested in future careers in the field of the Hospitality Industry. The program provides a solid foundation of theory and practical knowledge needed in Food and Beverage, Hotel, Event Planning with a focus on Customer Service, Canadian Workplace and Leadership skills.

Course Breakdown;

Customer Service Skills

Food and Beverage

Canadian Workplace Essentials

Event Planning

Hotel

Tourism



Program Outcomes;

On graduation, learners will be able to:


Communicate effectively and professionally in oral and written communication in the workplace

Demonstrate workplace roles, responsibilities and skills for beneficial customer experience

Demonstrate workplace guidelines, and regulations for appropriate workplace conduct

Evaluate the hospitality and tourism industry and the various employability sectors to determine career possibilities

Discuss trends in the future of the hospitality and tourism industry and the effects on potential career paths


  • International Students:

    • Complete high school or A Canadian Secondary School Diploma or equivalent.

    • Reach an IELTS 5.5 (academic) or equivalent or achieve a IGK Level 6 Upper Intermediate or pass the IGK placement test.

    • Pass an admissions interview

  • Domestic Students:

    • Complete high school.

    • Pass an admissions interview
    For more information on English language requirements, please see English Proficiency page

    • Computer Use Expectation
    In order to successfully progress through your studies at IGK, it is recommended that you have access to a personal computer or laptop. IGK offers access to computer labs on campus, but availability cannot be guaranteed and some program software may not be available on all open access computers.

  • International Students;

    Registration fee: $200.

    Tuition Fee: $12500

    Textbook Fee: $450

  • Domestic Students:

    Registration fee: $200

    Tuition Fee: $6900

    Textbook Fee: $450

Graduates of this diploma can consider career opportunities under NOC 1221 which includes positions such as:

- Hotel front desk clerks
- Food and beverage servers
- Food service supervisors
- Customer Service Representatives
- Conference and event planners
- Tour and travel guides

The options are endless! The following are some examples.

Overview

 
Program Length:
360 hours of instruction, 27 weeks in duration.

This program is not PTIB approved yet it is only taking Pre-Registration
 
Start Dates:
  • 2022

    April 4,2022 / May 2,2022 / May 30,2022 / August 29,2022 / October 3,2022 / November 28,2022

  • Study Week 2022

    – June 28,2022 to July 1,2022
    – September 26,2022 to September 30,2022
    – December 26,2022 to December 30,2022

 
Timetable:
Day Time Seasons Tuesday to Thursday 10:45AM to 15:00PM

– Class start and end times may vary as schedules will be modified to accommodate Canadian holidays.

– *Please consider reading weeks when planning the duration of your studies.