Guest Services Specialist

Technical Certificate


Food production, sanitation, dining room management and hospitality management

About Guest Services Specialist (T.C.)

The Guest Services Specialist Technical Certificate (T.C.) program is designed to provide career-oriented students with basic hospitality management principles and hospitality training for food service management jobs and hospitality management jobs. The program provides students with a foundation for building a rewarding guest services career in the food service industry and hospitality industry. Careers from the guest services specialist certificate program include guest service representative, catering manager, restaurant manager and hotel manager.

The program successfully recruits, retains and graduates students utilizing a selective access program, progressing through curricular cohorts.


Program requirements are rooted in competencies developed by the American Culinary Federation Education Foundation (ACFEF) and the Accrediting Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration (ACPHA) and emphasizes a practical, hands-on application approach to understanding the foundations of culinary arts and hospitality management.


Program Requirements

Outcomes and Career Outlook

This academic program prepares you for the following careers.

Resources and Documents

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Program Information

Program Code:  6052

Academic Roadmaps

Financial Information

 Financial aid is not available.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition Payment Plans

Additional Costs

Must also purchase a knife set, approved chef's uniform, black non-skid shoes and textbooks prior to enrolling in any food production class. Students enrolled in dining room courses will be required to purchase dining room uniforms. Lab Fee (appr. $150)

Contact Information

Phone: (904) 646-2300
*Tuition reflects Florida resident rates and are subject to change. Certain classes that require labs may have additional fees for lab supplies. Additional fees are published in the class schedule