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Hospitality and Tourism, Grades 9 and 10(May-August)

Open to new teachers graduating in June of this year. Dive into this AQ course with your peers and build knowledge and strategies from the instructor who is a K-12 classroom educator with years of classroom and sector experience and insight.

The Hospitality and Tourism Grades 9 and 10 ABQ is designed to offer a detailed look at the health and safety regulations, assessment and evaluation practices, community and school partnerships and current trends in professional practice that inform a Hospitality and Tourism classroom. The candidates will consider equity, diversity and inclusion practices in a hands-on classroom, critically explore program planning and implementation, and ready themselves for an inquiry-based sector experience opportunity in two of the hospitality and tourism industry many sectors. Candidates will have the opportunity to engage with current best-practices and experiential opportunities while they learn how to make a hospitality classroom an engaging, exciting, and flavourful space.


Applicants to this ABQ course must be OCT certified teachers in good standing with formal technical education or proof of competence and skilled wage-earning experience in the area of study. All inquiries about experience in a specific field are assessed on a case-by-case basis.

  • A Certificate of Qualification and Registration with the OCT
  • One Technological area listed on your OCT Certificate

If you do not have Technological Education on your OCT certificate, you must hold an Intermediate Division qualification* and submit work experience letters which meet one of the following options:

  • 5 years of full-time related wage-earning experience OR
  • 3 years of full-time related wage-earning experience after successful completion of a related 2 year diploma program OR
  • 2 years of full-time related wage-earning experience after successful completion of related 3 or 4 year degree program
  • Note: Related work experience must be proof of use of skills and knowledge related to the technological education subject for entry and may include business or industrial experience. One year of full-time work experience can be interpreted as 1,700 hours of work experience. If you are self-employed you must submit a sworn affidavit, a business license and proof of income. Related Work Experience may include:

    • Applied Nutrition
    • Baking
    • Cooking
    • Culinary Arts and Management
    • Event Planning
    • Tourism and Travel Planning

    * If you do not hold an Intermediate qualification, please contact our office.

    Find an offering of this course that is convenient for you:

    Course Code Date Format / Location Price Availability
    NG23HTB1 May 17, 2023 -
    Aug 31, 2023
    Virtual Blended $755.00 Enrolment is closed

    Course listings are accurate as of May. 19 14:14 PM.