Diploma program, which develops the knowledge and skills needed to be an effective member of a food service team in commercial facilities, institutions or long-term care homes. In this program, students develop the skills and knowledge needed to be an effective member of a food service team in health care facilities. The curriculum focuses on the role of the Food Service Worker and the importance of issues such as safety, sanitation and nutrition. Courses focus on food preparation, food service, nutrition, and sanitation practices. Customer service, communications and business skills are also covered.
Note: This is the training program the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care requires in order to be employed in long-term care Nutrition and Food Service Departments. For this reason, several of the courses are specifically tailored to long-term care.
Tuition & Fees: Total: $ Ancillary Fees $721 + Tuition $3’279 total $4000