|Food Service Worker Certificate||ONLINE DELIVERY|
Loyalist College Certificate
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Developed to upgrade and enhance the knowledge and skills of those employed as Food Service Workers and Dietary Aides, as well as those
who wish to seek employment in dietary areas in the healthcare sector.
NOTE: This program has been developed to meet the standards set by the Ministry of Health - Long-Term Care. This certificate is not currently eligible for OSAP funding.
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|MINIMUM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS|
The minimum requirements for admission to any post-secondary program is an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (30 credits) or an Ontario Secondary School Graduation Diploma or the equivalent, with credits at the college or general level, or mature student status as defined.
|Applicants who are 19 years of age on the first day of classes in the year of admission, and who do not have an OSSD, are considered as mature applicants. Such applicants must complete the required subjects for admission. If they lack the required subjects, they may be requested to write a diagnostic test.|
|NOTE: Applicants who are not Canadian citizens or who do not have permanent residence status are not considered under this clause.|
This program is not currently eligible to receive OSAP funding.
To learn more about what other funding opportunities may be available, please visit Loyalist’s Financial Assistance Office by Clicking Here
|HLTH 8520||Institutional Food Service|
|HLTH 8524||Introduction to Nutrition*|
|HLTH 8521||Sanitation & Safety|
|HLTH 8522||Communication & the FSW|
|HLTH 8523||Quantity Food Preparation|
|HLTH 8525||Nutrition in Health Care*|
*Introduction to Nutrition (HLTH 8524) is a prerequisite for Nutrition in Health Care (HLTH 8525)
|Please note: |
|•||Courses are listed above in the recommended order of completion|
|•||Students must obtain a grade of 50% or higher to pass each course|
|•||Students must obtain a G.P.A. of 60% or higher to obtain this certificate|
|•||Please refer to Student Handbook for order of program and program requirements
|•||Students have seven years to complete the certificate requirements|
|•||Courses may not be available every semester|
|For more information, contact 613-969-1913 or 1-888-569-2547 ext. 2318, firstname.lastname@example.org|