What can you do with a diploma in Hospitality Management?

Hospitality Management Diploma - Create Career College

If you’re studying towards a hospitality diploma or considering one, this post will help you to understand the career benefits this diploma can bring.

Work experience

Like with many jobs, it’s vital to get work experience. Whether you’re looking to work in a hotel, restaurant, or bar, you will need to get solid professional experience. Some courses offer work experience, so do take advantage of this. If you have an idea of the area you’d like your career to go into, get experience as early as you can. 

Endless job opportunities

There are a whole host of areas you can enter including: food and beverage, events management, entertainment, sports, and more.

Don’t forget, the public sector could also benefit from individuals with your experience, in hospitals, universities, museums, and more.


Hotel managers are responsible for managing employees and for planning, marketing , coordinating and administering hotel services such as catering and accommodation facilities. They make sure that all staff do everything they can to make a guest’s stay pleasant and comfortable, while making sure that the hotel is profitable and efficient.

Tour operator

A tour operator controls, books and devises the whole trip. They create a package holiday by combining all elements such as hotel, airport transfers, activities, restaurants, tours and such like. Ensure that holidays become unforgettable by giving clients the holiday of their dreams.

Events planner

A event planner’s job is to ensure everything related to an event is taken care of, from idea conception to programming and day-of logistics. An event planner is charged with creating experiences and bringing visions to life, which means stirring multiple pots.

Restaurant manager

Provide service with a smile and ensure everyone is having the time of their lives so you’ll get return customers always.

Further study

Some graduates go onto high study, usually as they want to specialize in a particular field. However, the vast majority do go onto find employment.

As you can see, there are truly endless opportunities in this rewarding sector. The important thing is to realize your passion and follow through with that.

The average Hospitality salary in Canada is $52,000 per year or $26.67 per hour. Entry level positions start at $24,203 per year while most experienced workers make up to $88,400 per year.

In Create Career College, we offer offered in collaboration with the “American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI)” which is widely recognized as the preeminent leader in hospitality certification. The curriculum and training methodologyof this program enables students to master the management and operational skills needed in the hospitality industry. Learners are introduced to best practices applied in management roles while being introduced to the many facets of the current global activities affecting the industry.