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Hospitality Management Programs

Choose one of our Hospitality Management program options.

Hospitality Management w/Co-op

Hospitality Management w/Co-op

72 Week Diploma, 32 Week Co-op Included
Includes a co-op placement term for situational learning opportunities.


Hospitality Management

Hospitality Management

48 Week Diploma, 12 Week Co-op Included
Prepares students for the hospitality and hotel industries.

Hospitality Management

Hospitality Operations

25 Week Certificate, 4 Week Practicum Included
Focuses on key hospitality business management courses.

Summary of our Program

 
Brighton’s Hospitality Management program prepares students for careers in Hospitality Management, including hotel management, restaurant management, conference management, catering, mature living communities, cruise lines, travel and tourism, and more. Program graduates receive a globally-recognized certification issued by the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AH&LA), demonstrating their acquisition of the knowledge and skills associated with success in the hospitality industry.


The Industry

Vancouver is a travel destination with mild temperatures, beautiful scenery, and cultural diversity. British Columbia welcomes travelers from around the world year round, and Vancouver has the goal of becoming the greenest city in the world by 2020. Overnight visits are estimated to expand by 3.7% this year (Conference Board of Canada, ‘Travel Markets Outlook’, 2017). Tourism is Vancouver’s second largest industry after forestry.

1.   Foodsafe Level 1

This one-day food handling, sanitation and work safety course is designed for front line food service workers such as cooks, servers, bussers, dishwashers, and deli workers.  The course covers important food safety and worker safety information including foodborne illness, receiving and storing food, preparing food, serving food, cleaning and sanitizing.

This course is regularly arranged by Brighton College for the Healthcare program. Please contact Brighton College Student Services at 604-227-3883 for registration.

2.   Serving it Right

This self-study course educates food industry employees about their legal responsibilities when serving alcohol.

The SIR certificate is available online. Please check the link below for details:

https://www.servingitright.com/

3.   First Aid Level 1

This one day course provides training on provision of initial care to a life-threatening (or limb-threatening) medical emergency, either an illness or an injury.

This course is regularly arranged by Brighton College for the Healthcare program. Please contact Brighton College Student Services at 604-227-3883 for registration.

Hospitality Management Industry Statistics

Source: Statistics Canada (2008)
Canadian Occupational Projection System forecast (2017)


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