Hotel and Restaurant Management | Assiniboine Community College
  • Manitoba Institute of Culinary Arts

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Hotel and Restaurant Management

Duration/Start: 2 years / September

Credential: Diploma

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If the idea of hosting a memorable event, helping others have a fantastic experience or planning the perfect party fills you with excitement, you should prepare for a career in the ever-changing, fast-paced hospitality industry!

This two-year diploma in Hotel and Restaurant Management will provide you with a solid foundation in marketable skills fit for a fast-paced career in the hospitality industry. Along with management and business training, you will walk away with WHMIS, FoodSafe and Smart Choices certificates.

Take field trips and tours to develop your palate and your knowledge. This hands-on program includes settings such as a teaching kitchen, a culinary theatre, and the 60-seat Grey Owl dining room. Learn to manage the only five-star restaurant in Brandon, while working alongside our Culinary Arts students.

Gain the transferable skills you need to quickly move up in the industry with a 12-week paid co-operative work placement between your first and second year. Help arrange premier events including Harvest on the Hill, the Holiday Buffet, the International Wine & Food Festival and the Grey Owl Restaurant.

 

Fast Facts

Duration/Start 2 years / September

Credential Diploma

Credits 135.00

Optional Exit Yes

Optional Exit Credits 66

Co-op Work Placement Yes

Distance Delivery No

International Students Yes

Study Options
On Campus
Open to International Students

Why choose Hotel & Restaurant Management?

Land a variety of positions in the food and beverage industry. Paths include careers in areas such as administration, management, marketing, event planning, tourism, banquet and catering, and new venture development.

  • Co-operative work placement between year one and two
  • Opportunities to interact with and learn from leaders in the food and beverage industry
  • Serve real customers at events that include fine dining and specialty festivals

Grey Owl restaurant offers students experience for real world

Working in a real restaurant at Assiniboine Community College, serving real customers, gave Sherbet Doverte the opportunity to gain the experience she needed to apply to her summer job.

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