Part-time Courses - Hospitality & Culinary Arts
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|Course #||Courses||Length (Hours)||Distance||Status|
|FOOD1085||Nutrition in Health Care - Diet Modification
Description: The basic principles of diet therapy in Long Term Care and the reasons for and importance of special diets will be discussed. Types of diet modifications commonly required by residents/patients in health care facilities will be covered. An overview of the standard menu as the foundation for diet, as well as sources of general and therapeutic nutrition and special diet recipes will be presented.
|FOOD1050||Role of the Food Service Worker
Description: The role of the food service employee in health care and within the food service system will be discussed. Accreditation standards, quality assurance, risk management, objectives, policies, procedures, job descriptions, and departmental organization as they apply to the food service employee with be examined. Motivation, training fellow workers and problem solving, along with cost control methods and safe work practices will be covered.
|HOSP1480||Sanitation and Safety
Description: In the food service industry, food safety is everyone's job. The necessity and importance of safe food handling practices and maintenance of all areas of a food service establishment is emphasized in this course. Topics will include Ontario Food Premises Regulations, cause and prevention of food-borne illness, temperature control, cleaning and sanitizing, and management responsibilities. Students will also learn about WHMIS and safety procedures in the workplace.
|GINT0087||Wine and Food Pairing
Description: Enjoy a delicious dinner in our dining room, bloom. These dinners are fun and educational. A different menu each month with wines to complement the meal. Our Sommelier will talk about the various components of wines and food, and why certain elements enhance one another.
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