Hospitality Operation Certificate

Join The Hospitality Operation Certificate

Canada’s fast-growing tourism and hospitality industry have given rise to an increase in employment opportunities in these fields. Hotels, accommodation and food and beverage services are all growth areas of this industry in Canada and around the world.

DEA Canadian College’s Hospitality Operation Certificate provides the training you need to enter this fast-paced industry. This program is offered in collaboration with the ‘American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute”. Widely recognized as the preeminent leader in hospitality certification, the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI) certifies hospitality professionals in all facets of the hospitality, hotel and tourism industry.
The program covers The Lodging and Food Service Industry, Supervision in the Hospitality Industry, Managing Front Office Operations, Managing Housekeeping Operations, Managing Technology in the hospitality industry, Hospitality sales and marketing, Managing Service in Food and Beverage Operations, Hotel and Restaurant Accounting.

In addition to their Hospitality Operation Certificate, graduates of this program will be also certified in an American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA) Certificate.

Admission Requirements

A Canadian Secondary School Diploma or equivalent.
Applicants must demonstrate English proficiency through with prior education in English at grade 10 level or higher or through an English language assessment (IELTS 5.5 or equivalent).

Career Opportunities

Entry Level

    • Hotel bed and breakfast assistant
    • Front desk assistant
    • Guest-house assistant
    • Hotel worker
    • reservations
    • Seasonal resort worker
    • Ski resort worker



Type Fees
Tuition $8,150
Application $250
Assessment and Administration $315
E-resource and Material $850
This program has been approved by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training.
Enrolled: 100 students