The purpose of this certificate course is to provide you with an introduction to the world of business and particularly to business as it applies to the hospitality industry. More specifically, the course will provide an opportunity for you to: become acquainted with the social, economic and environmental context within which the hospitality industry operates; understand the structure, nature and operating characteristics of the different sectors of the hospitality industry; obtain an appreciation of the various functions of management and their interrelationships with other key concerns of managers such as marketing, finance and human resource management.
Students must complete an intake with recruitment team.
- Applicants must provide a valid photo ID or birth certificate
- Applicants must hold a high school diploma or be at least 19 years of age
- Students under the age of 19 require their parent or guardian’s signature
- Student must complete an intake with Admissions team member
Online| On-campus| Combined
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Define “service” and summarize the role of service in the hospitality industry.
- Become acquainted with the social, economic and environmental context within which the hospitality industry operates in Canada.
- Summarize reasons people travel and describe travel trends and types of travel research.
- Understand the structure, nature and operating characteristics of the different sectors of the Canadian hospitality industry: food service, lodging and tourism.
- Obtain an appreciation of the various functions of management and their interrelationships with other key concerns of managers such as marketing, finance and human resource management.
- Understand the difference between hotel cost and revenue Centres.
- Identify the role of managers in the Canadian hospitality industry and to highlight their principal responsibilities.
- Develop an appreciation for Social Responsibility and ethics as it pertains to business management.
- Provide an opportunity for further developing those skills which are important to learning, e.g. library skills, study skills, and so forth.
- Judge whether the hospitality profession suits your abilities, tastes, and career interests.
- Experience working collaboratively in groups to achieve specified goals.
Student Progression And Reporting
Student will be assessed by daily attendance, assignments, and completion of in class activities.
|In-Class Activities & Participation||10%|
To successfully complete this course, students must:
- Pass the final exam
- Attend a minimum of 80% of the scheduled classes
- Achieve a minimum overall score of 50%
|1||Foundations of Digital Forensics
Language of Computer Crime Investigation
|2||Digital Evidence in the Courtroom
|3||Conducting Digital Investigations
Handling a Digital Crime Scene
|4||Investigative Reconstruction with Digital Evidence
Motive, and Technology
|5||Violent Crime and Digital Evidence
Digital Evidence as Alibi
|6||Sex Offenders on the Internet
Computer Basics for Digital Investigators
|8||Applying Forensic Science to Computers
Digital Evidence on Windows Systems
|9||Digital Evidence on UNIX Systems
Digital Evidence on Macintosh Systems
Digital Evidence on Mobile Devices
|10||Network Basics for Digital Investigators
Applying Forensic Science to NetworksDigital Evidence on the Internet
|12||Final Exam and wrap up.|