Tourism Apprenticeships - Food and Beverage Person Journeyperson

Tourism Journeypersons are industry leaders in their trades

Journeypersons are responsible, certified professionals who make capable supervisors and workplace mentors. Journeypersons are highly trained and qualified, and bring a wealth of in-depth knowledge and skills to your business. They are capable of taking on a range of responsibilities, such as supervisor, workplace mentor or job coach. Employers can be assured of increased product quality, enhanced customer satisfaction and a distinct advantage over companies with non-skilled or lesser-skilled employees.

In Saskatchewan, tourism trades do not require apprentices to leave the workplace for extended formal classroom training. Most training takes place on the job. Employers note that apprenticeships increase productivity and quality, improve workplace safety, boost customer satisfaction and reduce staff turnover.

STEC works in partnership with the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) to offer tourism apprenticeships in two trades:

  • Food and Beverage Person
  • Guest Service Representative

The Tourism Apprenticeships Program provides an opportunity for employers to enrol eligible employees for training funded by the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC). The programs allows experienced front line professionals to complete their Journeyperson certification in as little as eight months.

The program runs between September 1 and May 31. To begin, download your information and application package for Food and Beverage Person journeyperson.

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