Hospitality: Food and Beverage Service - Applied Certificate

    This program is currently offered part-time only. Students apply to graduate once all courses have been successfully completed. View courses.

Program Overview

Location(s):
  • SIAST Woodland Campus, Prince Albert
Length: Varies

Our Program

Food and Beverage Service is an applied certificate program. It provides knowledge and skill development needed to enter the ever expanding food and beverage industry.

This program is offered off campus as a special project. It may be offered at a number of locations depending on demand.

A hands-on approach will help you develop the skills needed for positions in the field. Theory and practical applications will help you develop professionalism and a strong foundation in food and beverage service.

You will study:

  • service of food and beverage
  • bar management/mixology
  • customer service skills

Your Career

In Saskatchewan, tourism consistently rates as one of the highest growth areas in the province. Join our Food and Beverage Service program today so you can learn skills that will help you obtain a position in a restaurant or hotel.

Program Details

Start Date(s): Varies

Tuition and Fees

For tuition information, contact Michael van Grondelle at <a href=

Admission Information

Admission Requirements

 

Note: This program is currently offered part-time only. Students apply to graduate once all courses have been successfully completed. View courses.



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Post-Secondary Success

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Admission Method

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Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition

SIAST recognizes that adults learn in many different ways and through many different means. This includes acquiring knowledge and skills through life and work experience or non-formal training.


Transfer Credit

Many SIAST students benefit from transferring credit. You may be eligible to transfer credit from or to another college or university. To learn more, visit our transfer credit web page.

 


Transfer credit options vary over time; this information is subject to change. Transfer credit options for this program include:

  • course transfers to SIAST's Hotel and Restaurant Administration program (Food and Beverage Service graduates must meet the program admission requirements)

Courses

CodeCourse Name/DescriptionCredits
BAR 183

Bar Management

You will acquire the knowledge and develop the skills needed to produce and serve quality beverages in a responsible manner. You will also learn how to control product costs in a commercial establishment.


Credit Units: 2

Course Hours: 24.0

Learning Methods: Lecture/Lab

2
FOOD 190

Fundamentals of Restaurant Service

You will receive a thorough background in the service of food and beverage. Developing your customer relations and technical skills will be emphasized.


Credit Units: 3

Course Hours: 40.0

Learning Methods: Prior Learning, Lecture/Theory

3
FOOD 192

Applied Restaurant Service

Building on the concepts learned in FOOD 190 (Fundamentals of Restaurant Service), you will develop your practical food service skills. You will be actively involved in operating a coffee shop utilizing a computerized point-of-sale system.


Credit Units: 4

Course Hours: 55.0

Prerequisites: FOOD 190, SANT 181

Learning Methods: Prior Learning, Lab/Practical

4
FOOD 193

Applied Restaurant Service 2 and WHMIS

You will gain practical experience in operating a full service formal dining room. During the practical luncheon sessions, you will act in various staff positions and operate a computerized point-of-sale system. You will also learn to apply the basic principles of WHMIS in a food service environment.


Credit Units: 3

Course Hours: 49.0

Learning Methods: Lecture/Lab

3
PERS 181

Customer Service Skills

The course will help you develop your skills in providing customer service. The importance of customer service to an organization will be stressed.


Credit Units: 2

Course Hours: 24.0

Learning Methods: Prior Learning, Print Distance Individual, Televised/SCN, Lecture/Theory, Print Distance Group

2
SANT 181

FOODSAFE Level 1

You will learn sanitary food handling techniques that reduce the risk of food poisoning. You will receive a Food Safe certificate from the Department of Health provided you receive a grade of 70% or higher.


Credit Units: 1

Course Hours: 9.0

Equivalent Courses: SFTY 111

Learning Methods: Prior Learning, Print Distance Individual, Televised/SCN, Lecture/Theory, Print Distance Group, Work Based Delivery

1

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