The Tourism and Culinary Centre, located at the beginning of Sydney Street on the Charlottetown Waterfront, is home to The Culinary Institute of Canada, Canada's Smartest Kitchen, The Business Analytics Centre, and a variety of programs.
The TCC features a dining room with a stunning view of the Charlottetown Harbour; The Marché, an upscale cafeteria where first and second year culinary students hone their skills; a lecture theatre, demonstration kitchens, and a library.
Earn a diploma in Culinary Arts in our two-year diploma program. You will learn all you need to know, from basic knife skills to advanced food preparation. Our on-site training restaurants ensure you are prepared for an exciting career in this fast-paced industry, and you earn apprenticeship hours while you are learning.
Study Hotel and Restaurant Operations Management and learn how to manage all the details that make a restaurant, resort, hotel, or nightclub a great experience for customers. Our business courses complement specialized training for food service, catering and hotel operations, and you will participate in practicums in our dining room and at local hotels during this two-year program.
Develop the skills you'll need for an exciting career in the diverse field of marketing and advertising. Learn to conduct market research, develop a marketing strategy, and execute marketing/communications plans in this 2-year diploma program.
Take the one-year Pastry Arts program and become a pastry chef or baker. Learn to bake bread, pies, cakes, cookies, creams and pastries. Perfect your pastry skills by creating desserts for customers of our on-site restaurants each day.
This one-year program is your gateway to the rapidly growing field of sustainability leadership and climate action. The program will equip you with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience needed to lead organizations towards more sustainable operations and deploy clean tech solutions.
Prepare for an exciting career in the Tourism and Events Management industry with this two-year program. Spend your first year studying introductory courses to tourism, hospitality, and events coordination, and in your second year, choose between two areas of specialization, Tourism and Travel Coordinator or Events Coordinator.