Courses and Descriptions

HOSP-1033Risk Management

Managers in hospitality and tourism bear the responsibility of operating legal, moral, and ethical businesses to reduce risk and liability. To be able to do this, prospective managers must familiarize themselves with relevant laws and processes. By the end of this course, students will develop the skills to apply risk management principles to maintain legal, safe, efficient and sustainable hospitality and tourism operations. Students will be able to describe the Canadian Legal system and explain the development of Canadian laws. Students will familiarize themselves with Human Rights Legislation, the Law of Contracts, the Law of Negligence, and the impact of these laws on the hospitality and tourism industry. The course will be delivered in a seminar-style and students will participate in deep discussion, often addressing moral and ethical issues. Students will demonstrate your knew knowledge through participation in a mock trial.

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