CO-OP有薪專業課程: 飯店管理

此課程為Create Career College和美國飯店業教育學院(AHLEI)合作提供的飯店管理課程。課程內容和專業培訓使學生能夠掌握飯店業所需的管理和操作技能。飯店管理課程著重於培養飯店、餐飲、旅遊等相關服務業的管理人才。通過專業培訓課程、實地考察和帶薪實習,讓學生熟悉飯店管理、產業營運和環境背景,理解飯店相關行業的產業結構與性質,掌握飯店管理產業結構中不同組織的特點,以提高學生的組織管理和交際能力,進而為飯店及旅遊等服務性質企業提供專業的管理和策劃人員。

成功完成該項課程後,學生將能夠展現飯店業的領導才能,以飯店專業人士的身份提供專業負責的服務、監督前台和後台工作狀況、負責飯店和餐廳的運營、管理和應用理論原理和實踐,將課程思維和問題解決技術應用於管理決策和建議。

  • 提供專業培訓課程
  • 申請門檻容易
  • 取得飯店管理文憑or證照
  • 取得AHLEI證書
  • 學費比一般留學便宜

Co-op帶薪實習

Co-op課程的核心部分是獲得加拿大當地工作經驗,在課程中為不可或缺的部分。使學生能夠與該領域專業人士一起工作。學生將能夠將他們在課堂上學到的關鍵概念應用到實際的工作環境中。學生在授課期間接受專業講師的指導和職前準備,以便學生在進入Co-op有薪實習階段順利就業並應用課程所學知識,體驗不一樣的打工遊學。

AHLEI介紹

美國飯店業協會教育學會 (AHLEI) 對飯店業優秀從業人員進行全方位資格認證。從基層員工到部門經理及至飯店總經理,所頒發的職業資格證書是全球飯店業最權威職業認證。實行職業資格認證體系將全面提升飯店的經營管理水準和員工隊伍的素質,通過認證,可以證明學生掌握的專業知識。不僅是飯店職業選擇的基礎,而且是職業發展的里程碑,更為個人職涯邁出的重要一步。

飯店管理4+4 證書

課程長度-32週(包含16週的CO-OP實習)

  1. CCC證書
  2. 美國飯店業教育學院(AHLEI)的每門課程證書 (共4張)

飯店管理12+12 文憑

課程長度-96週(包含48週的CO-OP實習)
  1. CCC文憑
  2. 美國飯店業教育學院(AHLEI)文憑
  3. 美國飯店業教育學院(AHLEI)的每門課程證書(共12張)

就業機會

  1. 計劃人/策劃人
  2. 郵輪協調專員
  3. 遊輪和度假村
  4. 顧客服務代表
  5. 目的地旅遊專員
  6. 餐飲服務代表
  7. 國際市場顧問
  8. 訂房代表
  9. 飯店行銷人員
  10. 度假村/賭場服務專員
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為什麼選擇Create Career College?

  1. 我們的CO-OP課程允許學生在學習期間合法工作,並提供就業機會
  2. 我們的服務包括寄宿家庭、就業諮詢
  3. 我們有台灣顧問可以幫助學生解決問題
  4. 我們的學校風格現代化,乘坐大眾運輸交通即可到達

我該如何開始

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  2. 我們的台灣顧問將審核您的資訊並與您聯繫回答問題
  3. 我們將一起開始您的流程!

馬上開始~ 開啟您的加拿大夢想之路!

What can you do with a diploma in Accounting?

Obviously, specific job duties depend on the specific jobs, but there are some skills that are pretty much required across the board. Obviously, a strong grasp of mathematics is essential. Every accountant, at whatever level, should have a general understanding of basic bookkeeping, in addition to more complex understanding of areas like auditing, payroll, financial reporting, and (of course) taxes. Even if you’ve worked your way to the managerial or executive level as an accountant, knowing the lower-level, day-to-day work of accounting will make you a better leader. Modern accounting is highly collaborative and team-based; while accountants do their fair share of individual work, being able to work well with others will be critical, especially in a corporate environment.

Since accounting, business, and finance are so intimately tied, an accounting major can be much more flexible than most students realize. Besides the conventional tax accountant or bookkeeper, an accounting degree can take students into the public sector as government officers or FBI agents; into music, fashion, sports, and Hollywood; into education, research, and policy-making; or into all sorts of profitable private practice. 

 

4 Entry Level Accounting Jobs

 

Financial Analyst

Financial Analysts collect and interpret large quantities of financial information, including financial statements, economic forecasts and trends in financial holdings in order to recognize developing patterns and make future predictions or provide advice for their employers.

A Financial Analyst’s advice may determine a decision to buy, sell or hold a particular commodity or investment and inform a company’s understanding of the costs and benefits of mergers and acquisitions. Financial Analysts must be extremely detail-oriented.

Starting salary: $32,428
Average salary: $65,467

 

Mortgage Underwriter

A Mortgage Underwriter is responsible for determining whether or not an attempt to secure a mortgage should be approved. This decision involves analyzing an applicant’s past credit history, employment and income, outstanding debts and collateral. Using this information, an underwriter assesses the risk involved in approving a particular mortgage.

An underwriter’s job demands excellent research and decision-making skills, but also requires excellent interpersonal skills in order to manage sensitive situations in a diplomatic manner.

Starting salary: $35,466
Average salary: $60,185

 

Accounts Payable/Receivable Clerk

These are discrete but closely related positions. An Accounts Payable Clerk oversees record-keeping and verifications of outstanding payments owed by his or her employer to suppliers, while an Accounts Receivable Clerk monitors payments owed to the employer to ensure prompt and timely payment, following up as necessary.

These types of clerks usually work as part of a larger team reporting to a Senior Accountant, Manager or Bookkeeper, and each is responsible for financial reconciliation and diligence as well as basic clerical and administrative duties.

Starting salary: $25,000
Average salary: $37,000

 

Credit Analyst

Similar in some capacities to a Mortgage Underwriter, a credit analyst is responsible for assessing personal or business finances and making recommendations or adjustments to that party’s financial commitments. This can include closing a credit card or extending a line of credit. A Credit Analyst may also work with businesses which offer financing for their clients, such as banks.

Starting salary: $30,000
Average salary: $50,486

 

In Create Career College, offers Accounting program for the students wanted to join the field of accounting, finance and taxation in the modern business environment nationally and internationally. This program will be delivered through a variety of methods including lectures, assignments, projects etc. and will be supervised by the individuals who are expert in their field. Courses have been selected based on demand in the market and providing an opportunity to students for preparation for preliminary courses for Chartered Public Accountants (CPA) and Public Business Accountants (PBA).