Growth in the Hospitality Industry.
The sector is growing at an increasing rate both globally as well as in Ireland.
Ireland will have over 7.5 Million in 2016, making it a record year for Tourists visiting Ireland.
The Hospitality Industry is the fastest growing business sector worldwide. One billion tourists have travelled the world in 2012, marking a new record for international tourism – a sector that accounts for one in every 12 jobs and 30 per cent of the world’s services exports.
Study for a Career in a growing and expanding Industry.
International tourism has continued to grow in 2012, despite global economic uncertainty, to reach over one billion international tourist arrivals.
There are currently too few students taking college and university courses in hospitality to sustain this industry expansion.
You can imagine, therefore, that there is enormous scope for those who want to pursue a career in the industry, plus a huge range of employment opportunities across the varied subsectors. You might want to manage a hotel, run a restaurant or become the next Jamie Oliver, or maybe yourinterests lie in accountancy or information technology. You may want to start your own business or be part of an international one.
Whatever your talents, the hospitality industry offers variety and opportunity.
Courses in the Hospitality Industry are becoming ever more popular at the college, including the following courses:
Diploma in Hotel Management.
Level 6 on the National Framework of Qualifications.
Duration: 1 academic year.
Course Fee; 5,000 euro (Overseas Students), 2,500 (Local Students)
- Food and Beverage Operations
- Food, Hygene, Health and Safety
- Front Office Operations
- Housekeeping and Accommodation Operations
- Finance for Hospitality and Tourism
- Business Operations in Hospitality and Tourism
- Marketing for Tourism and Hospitality
- The Tourism Industry
- Business Computing
- The Global Hospitality Industry