NIC Tourism Students Get Cooking

Starting this September, a new course is taking NIC’s tourism and hospitality management students behind the scenes in NIC’s student-run restaurant in Campbell River.

“This new food course is just one of many changes over the past year,” said Deborah Forsyth, tourism department chair. “We’ve reviewed our admission requirements to make sure the program meets changes in industry and is accessible to as many students as possible.”

The Food Fundamentals and Service course exposes tourism students to the inner workings of a commercial kitchen, providing the next generation of servers and hospitality managers with tangible skills to create profitable, aesthetically pleasing menus.

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