Building Careers in Accommodation and Food and Beverages
Sectors in Hospitality Industry
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management, financial management, human resources management, catering management and
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Building careers in accommodation and food and beverages sectors in hospitality industry

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The hotel industry offers diverse careers at all levels of management. Centennial College’s two-year post-secondary hospitality management education course prepares students for entry-level jobs in the industry.

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Building careers in accommodation and food and beverages sectors in hospitality industry

  1. 1. Building Careers in Accommodation and Food and Beverages Sectors in Hospitality Industry There emerged a greater need for the hospitality professionals, as populations grew, businesses expanded and the number of avid and frequent travellers increased. The growth of hospitality industry is ongoing. However, it is expected that it will experience changes in the coming years at a much faster rate than it has been in the past. Travellers now have more options than ever, when it comes to accommodation and food and beverages. The sector has expanded tremendously over the years with one single goal, which is to take care of the travellers and ensure that they are offered the best possible services. Hundreds of privately owned as well as chain hotels and resorts have come up in almost all parts of Canada in last few years. They include all types of settings, such as bed and breakfast, budget motels, resorts, business hotels and even skyscraper-sized hotels. This means that the industry is not only adding to the economic development of the country but is also creating a large job pool. It’s now become more feasible to find jobs for hospitality graduates according to their preferences, interests and work style. The industry offers ample front-end and back-end job opportunities. Understanding the Ins and Outs of Hotel Industry Traditionally, it is viewed that choosing a career in hospitality is an excuse to live a laid-back lifestyle and not working hard. However, it’s not true. The reality is that the jobs in this field are complex and demanding. The professionals are expected to work till late hours and even on weekends. In fact, these are the peak business hours. Moreover, the hospitality professionals are responsible for making their guests feel safe and comfortable and offer the services that exceed their expectations. The perfect guest experience is extremely important to sustain and beat the competition as well as to generate revenue. On the flip side, building a career in hotel industry offers numerous benefits. The professionals get to interact with different people. They are paid decent and the chances of growth and promotion are good. They may get to travel places, depending upon their employment and experience. Moreover, the job breaks the monotony of the traditional occupations. No two days are same. Prerequisites for Building Careers in Hotel Industry Hotel and resort management is a lucrative field. The job opportunities are ample but employers are keen to hire only those who understand the industry and are trained in operating as team members and applying their management and human resources and business skills in daily operations. Having formal post-secondary hotel management education is mandatory in order to seek employment. In fact, this is the basic requirement to enter the world of work. Centennial College’s two-year post-secondary hospitality management – hotel and resort program prepares students to work in the areas of general management, food and beverage management, sales and marketing
  2. 2. management, financial management, human resources management, catering management and housekeeping management. In addition, they must be well-versed in dining room practices, bartending, front office operations, hospitality and tourism marketing, hotel sales and marketing, tourism law and security, housekeeping and facilities management. The hotel management degree program also incorporates an industry field placement to provide students with hands-on experience and gain valuable industry contacts. Eligibility In order to apply for this program, students will need: • Secondary school diploma certificate • Scores of English Grade 12 C or University, or equivalent

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