Essential Hospitality Training

Recognition of Professional Development


As per provincial legislation, food premises are required to have at least one food handler or supervisor on the premise who has completed food handler training during every hour in which the premise is operating. Additionally, anyone who wishes to sell, serve, or handle alcohol in Ontario, must complete the Smart Serve Ontario Certification course before they serve alcohol to the public.  In this micro-credential, get both certifications plus learn the importance of working in a safe environment. This training will make you employable in the hospitality industry.

Completion Requirements

For successful completion of this micro-credential, students will successfully complete and pass all courses listed.


Recognition of Professional Development

Awarded by the Registrar's Office to those who have successfully completed a defined list of related courses or workshops that focus on a specific discipline. Typically less than 136 hours and may or may not include formal assessment. The criteria are determined by the college.


Visit your student portal to track your progress. When you have successfully completed the requirements, you can print your certificate.