Demonstrates hospitality in action with an educational framework for both the learner (intern) and employer. The learner will begin to understand and apply the hospitality management processes and operations at their chosen internship.
Examine how microorganisms relate to the salon environment. Explore the different levels of infection control in the salon, and the Wisconsin Statutes- Administrative Codes relating to safety and sanitation.
Examine the structure of cells and systems of the human body. Identify hair and scalp disorders, diseases and conditions. Explore related anatomy to the cosmetology field such as bone and muscle structures.
Introduces the concept of inclusion and an understanding of needs and program adaptations relative to recreational pursuits. Topics covered include history, philosophy, purpose, programming, as well as characteristics and needs of individuals with disabilities.
Examine specific career options in the sports and recreation career field that are available to them upon graduation. Through the development of a portfolio, resume, and other artifacts, learners will prepare for their career in sports and recreation.
Examines how recreation agencies utilize outdoor recreation within their communities to benefit the local economy and the community’s quality of life. The learner explores a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities, trends and programming efforts while establishing an appreciation for nature and its conservation.
Breaks down the key health, safety and business components of food service. Learners will apply health and safety standards to fictional and real-life situations. Learners will explore various kitchen equipment and learn to analyze and plan for related health and safety concerns. Quality of service and product, preparation techniques and standards will be demonstrated.
Analyzes the many aspects of managing facilities in a hospitality environment. Learners will explore hotel room maintenance, design and new construction, safety and security inspections, electrical and HVAC issues, waste management and more. Successful learners will acquire basic facilities assessment skills.
Gain practical knowledge and experience on the essential elements and design concepts of program planning. Emphasis is placed on student involvement in planning and directing programs for diverse populations in a variety of physical settings.
Explores the financial methods and techniques utilized in the recreation industry. Emphasis on sources and methods of financing, forecasting cost and income, budgeting, pricing, grant seeking, sponsorship, fundraising and fiscal management.