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Lisa Curry

Catering Sales Executive

Failte Ireland

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  Lisa Curry
I would advise them that the sales world is not as glamorous and easy as it comes across but it can be extremely rewarding. I would recommend you go for this type of position if you are someone who enjoys a challenge and can negotiate very well.

Sales and Catering Sales as a position is a tough one and there are a lot of challenges in that you really need to be customer focused yet remember that you have to make a profit. Selling weddings is a side of my job that is very satisfying as you get to see the end result of something that you have created which at the same time is the most important event in a families and a couple’s life.
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TR028
Ancient and Medieval History and Culture

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4 Years
Duration of course
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450*

2014 Points

450*

Change from 2013: 

25

Points History:

2013 - 425*
2012 - 415
2011 - 425
2010 - 420
2009 - 385*
New in 2009

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Course will focus on the fascinating transition from the Ancient to the medieval world (2000 B.C.-1500 A.D.). In this course you will be able to trace this extraordinary process through an intensive study of the art, culture and history of the ancient and medieval worlds, familiarising yourself with key issues and events.


 
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Graduates have entered diverse careers in areas such as accountancy, advertising, archaeology, art restoration, business, civil service, diplomatic corps, heritage and museum work, human resources, journalism, management, publishing and teaching



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