Food Service Worker

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Campus
Mississauga
Level
Graduate
Semester
January, July, March, May, November, September
Method
Campus
Duration
2 Semesters

If you want to enter into the most important profession of patient care and elderly care, this is the quickest program to get you started

This intensive one-semester Food Service Worker course is designed to give students concurrent theoretical and practical training on the roles and responsibilities of the Food Service Worker in a variety of food service operations. One of the fastest growing fields usually the ROI (return of investment) is within the same year.

A gateway into any profession and one of most important positions in an Organization

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Entry requirements

  • Ontario High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • Physically Fit
  • Knowledge of Human Anatomy a plus

Course structure and modules

  • Institutional Food Service / Role of the Food Service Worker
  • Communication Skills for the Food Service Worker
  • Sanitation and Safety
  • Quantity Food Preparation
  • Nutrition and Health
  • Medical Emergencies
  • Job Search and Career Development
  • Work Placement (in food services department of a long term care facility, hospital, school or other similar institution)

How you study

Classroom Studies : 280 Hours
Work Placement: 120 Hours

Career opportunities

Upon successful completion of the program, students can gain employment as Food Service Workers, Food Service Helpers, Dietary Aides and Food Preparers. Additionally, FSW graduates are also trained to adhere to the Occupational Health and Safety Act, WHINS, Sanitation, Hospitality Associate, Catering Services and other related legislation.