Subject: Nutrition
Credit units: 3
Weekly hours: 3 Practicum/Lab hours
College: Pharmacy and Nutrition
Department: Nutrition


This practicum provides the opportunity for the student to apply the principles of food service operations in the field, while under the supervision of a practicing Food Service Supervisor/Manager. Each student will complete a minimum of 15 days, full time, in a food service facility working with staff, and learning about production and service of meals to clients.

Restriction(s): Only open to students in the B.Sc.(Nutr.) program
Prerequisite(s): Basic Food Safety course (FoodSafe I or equivalent); Immunizations and Criminal Record Check; Successful completion of all Year 2 B.Sc.(Nutr.) courses.
Note: The course will be offered at various facilities within the Saskatchewan Health Authority as well as at other sites outside the SHA. Sites may include long-term care homes, educational institutions, and hospitals.

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