Hospitality And Tourism


NOC: 0632

Program Duration: 1010 hours

At 20 hours per week: 50.5 weeks – 11.8 months
At 25 hours per week: 40.4 weeks – 9.3 months
Note on Program Duration:  Actual calendar times may vary due to statutory holidays, professional days and school closure days.

Mature student status (19 years of age or older). Non native English speakers require proof of score of 60% on ULI ESL testing (or equivalent from other standardized testing mechanisms). Domestic students require minimum score of 7 on Wonderlic Aptitude test and pass an interview with the ULI admissions department. International students need to pass an interview with ULI admissions department.  May be required to take ULI ESL program to bring English to the prerequisite level of acceptance.

Hospitality & Tourism Skills (choose from Canadian or American Certifications)

American Certification (AH&LA) Canadian Certification (Go2 BC)
Food & Beverage Management Food & Beverage Server
Supervision in the Hospitality/Tourism Industry Supervisor
Managing Front Office Operations Front Desk Agent
Managing Service in Food & Beverage Operations Food & Beverage Manager
The Lodging & Food Service Industry Tourism Essentials
Hospitality Sales & Marketing Hospitality/Tourism Sales Manager
Managing Technology in the Hospitality & Tourism Industry Event Coordinator / Event Manager
Managing Housekeeping Operations Housekeeping Room Attendant

Note:  Courses may be substituted or changed based on outside certification requirements and/or prior learning

320 Hours

Skills Certification

Customer Service (WorldHost Training)
First Aid
Serving It Right

30 hrs

Applications & Technologies

MS Office 2013 (choose two from the following)

180 hours

MS Windows, MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS PowerPoint, MS Outlook

Keyboarding, Business Communications, Internet & Email

140 hours

Job Search Skills

Employment/Practicum Readiness

20 hours

English Conversation

60 hours

Work Experience


100 hours

Courses may be modified or substituted as required to facilitate success in standardized testing or changes in standardized requirements. Alternate courses may be chosen to replace exempted course requirements based on experience and/or testing results. There is voluntary additional support available with the instructor at $50/hour. Course delivery subject to enrollment and may be altered.