Hotel & Resort Opera.ons Management con Contrato de Trabajo
Vive y Trabaja en Living Resort mientras estudias…
Trabaja de 15 a 20 hrs. por semana Ganando de $ 14 a $ 15.80 cad / hora
Learn ∙ Work ∙ Play ∙ Live New one-of-a-kind learning model that allows students the opportunity to study while working towards their future career in hotel and resort operations management. In addition to one co-op work term, this unique model in South Georgian Bay offers the opportunity to interview for a parttime position prior to arrival. Those who are successful through the interview process will live in the resort staff residence while working for the resort and studying in the hospitality program.
Learn Work and study in a hands-on environment to develop your hospitality career in all facets of the industry.
Hospitality - Hotel and Resort Operations Management co-op program at the South Georgian Bay Campus Ontario College Diploma 2 years (4 semesters + 1 co-op work term) Imagine working at five-star hotels, luxurious resorts, restaurants, clubs, on cruise lines and more. Consistently in the top Ontario colleges for graduate placement, this program offers over 500 hours of paid co-op work. With many learning opportunities, including field trips, practical labs, workplace certifications, and study and travel abroad, Georgian College can help you prepare for an exciting hospitality career. As a student, you will experience a unique lifestyle and meet diverse people from around the world. The South Georgian Bay Campus is located in Collingwood, Ontario and offers state-ofthe-art facilities and lots of one-on-one time with faculty and staff. The beautiful building is located in a picturesque setting, easily accessible by local transit. Collingwood is located less than an hour from the Barrie Campus, and under two hours from Toronto. With a population of approximately 20,000 people, Collingwood has everything you need from grocery stores, to shopping centres to restaurants and cafés. It is also a popular destination for outdoor activities including hiking and biking on trails, mountains and in caves, sailing, rock climbing, skiing, snowshoeing, snow tubing, snowboarding, golf and so much more!
Career opportunities SAMPLE JOB TITLES • catering management • conference co-ordinator • customer service specialist • dining room supervisor • floor supervisor/manager • front desk service agent • front office manager • guest services • hotel concierge • housekeeping manager/supervisor • maître d’ • operations manager POTENTIAL EMPLOYERS • airlines • clubs • cruise ships • corporate offices • golf clubs • hotels • resorts • restaurant operations • theme parks AVERAGE STARTING SALARY $30,000 CAD Information provided by Co-operative Education and Career Success
Work Two large resorts have a large number of part-time positions available for Georgian College students. Interviews are available to students prior to arrival.
Living Water Resort
Blue Mountain Resort
Living Water Resort has a variety of part-time positions ranging from 15 to 20 hours per week. Starting salary is $14 per hour. It also has a variety of co-op positions and full-time employment opportunities after graduation.
Blue Mountain Resort provides a range of part-time positions in the hospitality field that pay between $14.25 and $15.80 per hour. The hours vary between 15 to 20 hours per week.
Play Employees of each resort will be provided with some great employee benefits.
Living Water Resort
Blue Mountain Resort
All team members are entitled to the following: • Free golf • Living Shore Spa: 25% off all services and products, 50% off non-RMT massages • Discounts: 25% off retail and food at restaurants • Access to tennis courts, swimming pools and fitness rooms • Free cross-country ski and snowshoe rentals
All team members are invited to participate in employee experiences such as: • Bus trips to Toronto, Blue Jays games, Niagara Falls, • Free ski/snowboard privileges and rentals • 40% dining discount, staff cafeteria • Discounted recreation: golf, tennis, biking, skating • Staff events: guided snowshoe hikes, food appreciation days, bubble soccer & pond hockey tournaments
Live If you gain employment with either Living Water Resort or Blue Mountain Resort, they will provide you with accommodations.
Living Water Resort
Blue Mountain Resort
Shared common space and kitchen 4 people per room, 8 people per unit $300 per month per person Includes utilities and Wifi
Shared common space and kitchen 2 people per room $498 per month per person Includes utilities, Wifi, basic cable television Shuttle from housing to work/resort
Declaration of Understanding (DOU) for Application to Hospitality - Hotel and Resort Operations Management (Co-op program) at the South Georgian Bay Campus
Dear Applicant, Thank you for applying to Georgian Collegeâ€™s Hospitality - Hotel and Resort Operations Management (Co-op program) at the South Georgian Bay Campus. This is a new one-of-a-kind learning model that allows students the opportunity to study while working towards their future career in hotel and resort operations management. In addition to one co-op work term, this unique model in South Georgian Bay offers the opportunity to interview for a part-time position prior to arrival. Those who are successful through the interview process will live in the resort staff residence while working for the resort and studying in the hospitality program. By signing this Declaration on Understanding, you declare that you understand and are aware that you are opting for this program and will comply with the conditions mentioned below. You accept that application to this campus program does not automatically assure your consideration for this program. You will present yourself for an audio-visual interview with one (or more) of the employers associated with this program. You will present yourself virtually for this interview during the month of August at a prior scheduled time which will be between 8am to 5pm Eastern Standard Time â€“ details to come. This interview will be via Skype or a similar program. It will be your responsibility to have access to the program via which this interview will be conducted. It will be your responsibility to ensure you have the internet bandwidth required for such an audio-visual interview. If the internet connection fails and you are unable to complete your interview, the college takes no responsibility for an unsuccessful outcome of such an interview. Rescheduling may be offered only if You will be eligible for this interview only after you have paid one yearâ€™s tuition fee and have received an unconditional acceptance letter for this program. You acknowledge that applicants with language skills higher than the eligibility criteria for this program and / or prior relevant work experience will be given priority. You accept that if you decline the discounted rate accommodation offered by employers affiliated to this program, you will have to find your own accommodation.
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HOSPITALITY - HOTEL AND RESORT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
Program Outline Major: Length: Delivery: Credential: Effective: Location: Start:
HHRO 2 Years 4 Semesters, plus 1 work term Ontario College Diploma, Co-op 2018-2019 Barrie, South Georgian Bay Fall (Barrie, South Georgian Bay), Winter (Barrie), Summer (Barrie)
Description Imagine working at 5-star hotels, luxurious resorts, restaurants, clubs, on cruise lines, and more. Consistently in the top colleges for graduate placement, this program offers over 500 hours of paid co-op work. With extensive experiential opportunities including field trips, practical labs, workplace certifications, and study and travel abroad, Georgian College, through our strategic industry partners, opens up an exciting hospitality career. As a professional, students experience a unique lifestyle and meet diverse people from around the world. Student centered faculty focus on delivering innovative curriculum, industry expertise and employability skills in the pillars of the hospitality industry; entrepreneurial thinking, accounting and finance, marketing and sales, food and beverage, accommodations and human resources management. Career Opportunities The majority of graduates from this program find positions in the following fields: hotels, resorts, clubs and restaurant operations, sales and marketing, attractions, theme parks, airline food services, industrial sales to hospitality institutions, recreation or sports shops. Other related types of work include such positions as program directors in HHRO 2018-2019 Program Outline Page 1 of 8 Printed: 2018-Mar-28
hotels, resorts, banquet and catering operations, and on cruise ships, supervisory positions at golf clubs, yacht clubs and elder care institutions. Graduates find positions at the supervisory or management trainee level. Program Learning Outcomes The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to: support an industry and workplace service culture by adopting a positive attitude and professional decorum, accommodating diverse and special needs, and contributing as a team member; deliver customer service and solutions that anticipate, meet and/or exceed individual expectations, as well as organizational expectations, standards and objectives; use marketing concepts, market research, social networks, sales and revenue management strategies, relationship management skills and product knowledge to promote and sell hospitality services, products and guest experiences; apply business and revenue models as well as basic accounting, budgeting, financial and administration skills to support the effective management and operation of a variety of organizations delivering hospitality services and products; comply with relevant organization and workplace systems, processes, policies, standards, legal obligations and regulations, and apply risk management principles, to support and maintain efficient, safe, secure, accessible and healthy hospitality operations; use appropriate technologies to enhance the quality and delivery of hospitality services, products and guest experiences and to measure the effectiveness of hospitality operations; keep current with hospitality trends and issues, and interdependent relationships in the broader tourism industry sectors to improve work performance and guide career development; use leadership, teamwork, conflict and relationship management skills and tools, as well as knowledge of organizational behaviour, labour relations, employment standards and human rights to contribute to a positive work environment; respond to issues and dilemmas arising in the delivery of hospitality services, products and guest experiences by using and promoting ethical behaviour and best practices of corporate social responsibility and environmental sustainability; apply basic entrepreneurial strategies when considering new business opportunites within the hospitality and tourism industry; apply basic knowledge to make appropriate reccomendations in a food and beverage enterprise. Practical Experience: Co-operative Education is a mandatory component of all Co-op programs at Georgian College; it has been designed as a process by which students integrate their academic education with work experience related to their programs of study. This integration HHRO 2018-2019 Program Outline Page 2 of 8 Printed: 2018-Mar-28
affects much more than simply earning a salary, including the adjustment to the work environment and the development of professionalism. It also reinforces skills and theory learned during academic semesters, develops professional contacts, job knowledge and career path, improves human relations and communication skills, and promotes personal maturity and financial independence. Students are requested to register, attend and participate in their scheduled co-operative education classes. These classes are scheduled for all first year students and are expected to be completed in order for students to proceed successfully to their first co-op work experiences. To ensure students are eligible to proceed onto any co-op work experience, students should refer to Promotional Status and Eligibility for Co-op as outlined in the College Calendar. Co-op policies and procedures can be located on our website: www.georgiancollege.ca/student-services/co-op-and-career-services/students-tab/ Georgian College follows the Co-operative Education guidelines set out by the Canadian Association for Co-operative Education (CAFCE) and Education at Work Ontario (EWO) by supporting the learning outcomes designed for the program specific graduate profile and curriculum as set out by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.
The Program Progression: Fall Intake - Barrie, South Georgian Bay Sem 1 | Sem 2 | Work Term | Sem 3 | Sem 4 ------------------------------------------Fall | Winter | Summer | Fall | Winter 2018 | 2019 | 2019 | 2019 | 2020 Winter Intake - Barrie Sem 1 | Sem 2 | Sem 3 | Sem 4 | Work Term -------------------------------------------Winter | Summer | Fall | Winter | Summer 2019 | 2019 | 2019 | 2020 | 2020 Summer Intake - Barrie Sem 1 | Sem 2 | Sem 3 | Work Term | Sem 4 ------------------------------------------Summer | Fall | Winter | Summer | Fall 2019 | 2019 | 2020 | 2020 | 2020
Articulation: A number of articulation agreements have been negotiated with universities and other institutions across Canada, North America and internationally. These agreements are assessed, revised and updated on a regular basis. Please contact the program co-ordinator for specific details if you are interested in pursuing such an option. Additional HHRO 2018-2019 Program Outline Page 3 of 8 Printed: 2018-Mar-28
information can be found on our website at http://www.georgiancollege.ca/admissions/credit-transfer/
Admission Requirements: OSSD or equivalent with - Grade 12 English (C or U) Mature students, non-secondary school applicants (19 years or older), and home school applicants may also be considered for admission. Eligibility may be met by applicants who have taken equivalent courses, upgrading, completed their GED, and equivalency testing. For complete details refer to: www.georgiancollege.ca/admissions/policiesprocedures/ Applicants who have taken courses from a recognized and accredited post-secondary institution and/or have relevant life/learning experience may also be considered for admission; refer to the Credit Transfer Centre website for details: www.georgiancollege.ca/admissions/credit-transfer/
Graduation Requirements: 14 Mandatory Courses 2 Communications Courses 3 Optional Courses 3 General Education Courses 1 Co-op Work Term
Graduation Eligibility: To graduate from this program, the passing weighted average for promotion through each semester, from year to year, and to graduate is 60%. Additionally, a student must attain a minimum of 50% or a letter grade of P (Pass) or S (Satisfactory) in each course in each semester unless otherwise stated on the course outline. Mandatory Courses ACCT1013 Accounting Fundamentals FNCE2013 Financial Management for Hospitality and Tourism FOSR1014 Food Preparation and Theory FOSR1025 Food and Beverage Service HHRO 2018-2019 Program Outline Page 4 of 8 Printed: 2018-Mar-28
FOSR2003 Wine, Beer and Spirits FOSR2008 Food and Beverage Control Systems MATH1026 Math for Hospitality MGMT2001 Principles of Management MGMT2003 Human Resources Management MKTG1000 Introduction to Marketing MKTG2034 Hotel and Convention Sales TOUR1003 Front Office and Guest Services TOUR1009 Dynamics of Hospitality and Tourism TOUR2031 Rooms Division/Facility Management
Communications Courses To be selected at time of registration from the College list, as determined by testing.
Optional Courses To be selected from College list
General Education Courses To be selected from College list
Co-op Work Term COOP1040 Hospitality - Hotel and Resort Co-op Work Term 1
Course Descriptions: ACCT1013 Accounting Fundamentals 42.0 Hours This introductory course is based on the need for non-financial personnel to understand basic accounting techniques, financial statements used in a business and accounting for service operations necessary to operate a successful business. COOP1040 Hospitality - Hotel and Resort Co-op Work Term 1 560.0 Hours Co-op education provides learners with the opportunity to integrate academic learning with relevant work experience. It reinforces academic learning by placing the student in a â€œlearn by doingâ€? mode in a hospitality/tourism setting. The work experience allows for the demonstration of communication skills and the application of knowledge and skills related to the course of study. The learner will gain an understanding of the different roles within an organization and the various management functions. FNCE2013 Financial Management for Hospitality and Tourism 42.0 Hours HHRO 2018-2019 Program Outline Page 5 of 8 Printed: 2018-Mar-28
This course emphasizes the use of accounting information to facilitate effective management decisions. This course will assist students in the interpretation and consolidation of hospitality industry financial results, forecasting of financial requirements and the measurement of management performance. The concept of budgeting, working capital investment decisions, cash management and ratio analysis will be introduced. P- ACCT1013 Accounting Fundamentals FOSR1014 Food Preparation and Theory 84.0 Hours This course will provide hospitality students with an understanding of the basics of food preparation, equipment safety, sanitation, hygiene, nutrition and the overall operation of a kitchen. Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to work as a team in a kitchen environment. FOSR1025 Food and Beverage Service 84.0 Hours Students will develop the applied knowledge and skills required to work as a professional team member in a full service, licensed restaurant operation. Various food and beverage service techniques and effective customer service skills and attitudes will be developed and practiced. This course will introduce basic knowledge of beer, wine and spirits. Mandatory SmartServe certification addresses the legal responsibilities and obligations of serving alcohol in a licensed establishment. FOSR2003 Wine, Beer and Spirits 42.0 Hours Students develop basic wine, beer and spirit knowledge to enable them to make appropriate beverage selection relative to food matches. Students explore wines by regions and grape varietal, and gain knowledge in the production of wines, spirits and beers and their gastronomical importance. FOSR2008 Food and Beverage Control Systems 42.0 Hours All levels of the operation need to be conscious of ways to maximize revenues and control costs. Students will gain a solid understanding of the operational principles of beverage and food cost control. Techniques and procedures as it pertains to the flow of goods through a hospitality operation from control of purchasing through to portioning and revenue control will be the focus. Students will use current computer applications relevant to the cost control process. MATH1026 Math for Hospitality 14.0 Hours This is an introductory hospitality mathematics course, designed to provide students with the essential numeric skills required for the hospitality industry. The course content includes hospitality industry percentages, yield and price factors, algebra, weight and volume conversions. MGMT2001 Principles of Management 42.0 Hours HHRO 2018-2019 Program Outline Page 6 of 8 Printed: 2018-Mar-28
Students are provided with an introduction to the various philosophies, roles and functions of management. In addition, students examine on going changes in business that have a direct effect on the role of management. MGMT2003 Human Resources Management 42.0 Hours This course examines human resources strategies and techniques. Operational and legal considerations are analyzed in areas such as: human resource planning, information systems, employment equity, occupational health and safety, negligence and liability, workforce wellness, and labour-management relations. Simulated problems will provide students with the opportunity to investigate and practice successful strategies. MKTG1000 Introduction to Marketing 42.0 Hours This is an overview course with primary focus on marketing products and services to the ultimate consumer. Emphasis is placed on the basic marketing premise that customer needs must be satisfied in order to achieve company objectives. Students gain insight into the complex and interdependent variables involved in developing successful marketing strategies. The strategic marketing planning process is introduced, along with the specific concepts and principles involved in the four key components of the marketing plan: Product, Price, Distribution, and Promotion Strategies. MKTG2034 Hotel and Convention Sales 42.0 Hours Meetings, conferences and conventions generate significant revenues for businesses in the communities in which they are located. This course develops the knowledge and skills required to sell, plan and organize a variety of events. Students learn and practice the fundamentals of the sales process, needs analysis, consultative selling and customer relationship building. TOUR1003 Front Office and Guest Services 42.0 Hours The guest cycle is the foundation of a positive guest experience. This course will prepare the student to work in a front office of a lodging establishment. Guest relations, professional customer service, hospitality computer systems and front office procedures and the guest cycle are the main focus of this course. TOUR1009 Dynamics of Hospitality and Tourism 42.0 Hours The elements of the Tourism and Hospitality sectors and how they relate to each other will be introduced along with discussions of career opportunities and future trends. Students study the roles of organizations and associations as well as the influence of the economy and environment on this global industry. TOUR2031 Rooms Division/Facility Management 42.0 Hours This course provides the student with knowledge and skills required in planning, evaluating, scheduling, statistical analysis, and revenue management within a hospitality environment. The course also introduces aspects of risk management, plant engineering and maintenance and the importance of sustainability. HHRO 2018-2019 Program Outline Page 7 of 8 Printed: 2018-Mar-28
P- TOUR1003 Front Office and Guest Services
Course Description Legend P = Prerequisite; C = Concurrent prerequisite; CO= Corequisite Information contained in College documents respecting programs is correct at the time of publication. Academic content of programs and courses is revised on an ongoing basis to ensure relevance to changing educational objectives and employment market needs. The college reserves the right to add or delete programs, options, courses, timetables or campus locations subject to sufficient enrolment, and the availability of courses.
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