This course addresses career skills and employment. It discusses employment opportunities with the career field and the skills that can be helpful when attempting to get and stay employed.

Semester 1 provides an overview of the career field and characteristics of the industry. It also addresses health and safety concerns, protection of personal information, and building relationships and trust with others.

Semester 2 focuses on jobs within the industry, the protection of people and facilities, and legal employment topics, such as discrimination. It also provides an overview of job-search skills, including resume writing and interviewing skills.

1 Credit

Hospitality and Leisure I
Hospitality and Leisure II
Hospitality and Leisure III

Hospitality and Leisure IV: Semester 1

  • Hospitality and Leisure IV: Semester 1 Pretest
  • The Hospitality and Leisure Services Industry
  • Beneficial Skills, Knowledge, and Attributes for the Hospitality Industry
  • History of Temporary Lodging
  • The Accommodation Sector 1
  • The Accommodation Sector 2
  • Food and Beverage Service Jobs 1
  • Food and Beverage Service Jobs 2
  • Bloodborne Pathogens Awareness
  • Foodborne Illnesses
  • Personal Identifiable Information
  • Gaining Trust
  • Losing and Rebuilding Trust
  • Relationships In and Out of the Workplace
  • Drug Misuse and Abuse
  • Alcohol Misuse and Abuse
  • Hospitality and Leisure IV: Semester 1 End of Semester Exam

Hospitality and Leisure IV: Semester 2

  • Hospitality and Leisure IV: Semester 2 Pretest
  • Golf Course and Resort Jobs
  • National and State Park Jobs
  • Theme and Amusement Park Jobs
  • Casino and Gaming Industry Jobs
  • Event Coordination
  • Hospitality Law
  • Situational Awareness
  • Security Awareness
  • Understanding and Preparing for Active Shooter Events
  • Preventing and Responding to Active Shooter Events
  • Discrimination in the Workplace
  • Choosing the Right Resume for the Job
  • Writing a Winning Resume
  • Using Technology and Your Resume
  • Preparing for an Interview
  • Attending an Interview
  • Hospitality and Leisure IV: Semester 2 End of Semester Exam