NWCCD 2008-09 Catalog 
    
    Jun 24, 2024  
NWCCD 2008-09 Catalog [This is an Archived Catalog.]

Hospitality Management CCD


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Creating a comfortable and satisfying experience for the public in a restaurant or hotel is the ultimate goal of the hospitality manager. Pleasing the customer while providing excellent quality products and services, keeping costs in control to make a profit, and managing the overall hospitality experience are no easy tasks. If you like working with people, are creative in the kitchen or office, and want to be part of the fast growing hospitality field, the Hospitality Management program at Sheridan College will provide you with the training you need to start your career.

Individuals in the hospitality management field are responsible for the daily operation of hotels, motels, restaurants, casinos, lounges, bed & breakfast establishments, convention centers, and fast food operations.

While coordinating activities among various departments and people, hospitality managers must ensure that customers are always satisfied with their experiences. In addition, hospitality managers oversee the purchasing of products, equipment, and supplies; arrange for routine maintenance and upkeep of the building, equipment and facilities; attend to administrative and office duties; and provide human resource functions including recruiting new employees, monitoring employee performance, and developing training programs.

Sheridan College offers an Associate of Applied Science Degree (AAS) and a Certificate of Completion Program in Hospitality Management. Both programs are very “skills focused” and provide hospitality industry-specific training. These programs provide an “inside” look on how the industry works and prepare you for supervisory and management positions in many hospitality businesses in the region.

Our highly qualified instructional staff bring decades of direct industry experience to the program and will share these valuable experiences with their students. Expectations are high in the hospitality industry and our instructors are more than willing to advise and guide each student into a rewarding and successful career.

For more information about NWCCD:

Sheridan College
Admissions Office
307-674-6446 ext 2002
800-913-9139 ext 2002
admissions@sheridan.edu

Suggested Course of Study for Certificate of Completion

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