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HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT WITH CO-OP

In the Hospitality Management with Co-op diploma program at CDI College, you will gain an understanding of the hotel and food services industry.

Each course in the program is specifically designed to introduce you to the hospitality industry.

580-Hour Co-op Included

As part of your training, the program includes both a 175-hour, five-week practicum, as well as a 580-hour paid Co-op placement, where you’ll put your new hospitality management skills to work in a real workplace.

Hands-on Hospitality Career Training

Successful graduates will receive a College diploma as well as an American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) diploma, which are transferable to many colleges and universities.

Students in the hospitality training programs also receive certification in BC FoodSafe and Serving It Right.

Train for a Career You’ll Love

Upon graduation, you may find employment in a variety of sectors in the hospitality industry, including hotels and resorts, adventure tourism and recreation, food and beverage services, events and conferences, cruise ships, and more!

Start your career in the hospitality industry right in the Hospitality Management with Co-op diploma program at CDI College.
This program has been approved by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training.

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