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Course gives students the opportunity to develop craft and supervisory skills in the hospitality industry. Continuous personal coaching and mentoring, coupled with extensive paid industry experience after each year equips students to optimise their potential and truly develop the art of hospitality. Possible to go on to specialise in many of the areas of hospitality including management.
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Students are provided with a qualification recognised worldwide. They will have a strong foundation in the operational skills and junior management techniques, which are essential for supervisory positions in the hospitality sector. This qualification offers huge international opportunities.
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James Sheridan is the Manager of Ivans Oyster Bar and Grill in Howth., Co. Dublin. He started working in the restaurant business as a part time job when he was 15 and decided when he left school to pursue a career in the area. He did the Hospitality and Skills course in Waterford Institute of Technology, where he received a distinction in his final year exams.