Firstly it is very important that you get a third level education as this is a requirement in most hotels for a job in sales. This is the most important step in working in hotel sales. You should gain as much experience within the industry which I found very beneficial.
The Investigative person will usually find a particular area of science to be of interest. They are inclined toward intellectual and analytical activities and enjoy observation and theory. They may prefer thought to action, and enjoy the challenge of solving problems with clever technology. They will often follow the latest developments in their chosen field, and prefer mentally stimulating environments.
Two schemes are in place to assist students in overcoming certain disadvantages in going to college, one called HEAR and the other, DARE.
DARE and HEAR Application Advice Clinics will take place nationwide this Saturday 10th of January from 10.00am to 2.00pm.
The clinics are an opportunity to ask about individual applications.
Clinic locations include:
Cork - UCC
Dublin - DIT Aungier street
Donegal Villa Rose Hotel
Galway - NUI Galway
Kildare - Maynooth University
Kilkenny - Maynooth University Kilkenny Campus
Limerick - University of Limerick
Monaghan - Glencarn Hotel Castleblaney
Westmeath - Athlone IT,
Sligo - Glasshouse Hotel
Additional Clinics will also be held on the following dates:
January 12 - Woodlands Hotel, Waterford 7-9pm
January 15 - The Fels Point Hotel, Tralee 7-9pm; The Ferrycarrig Hotel, Wexford 2-7.30pm
January 21 - Trinity College Dublin, Rm3074, Arts Building 6-8pm (DARE Only)
The Disability Access Route to Education (DARE) is a college and university admissions scheme which offers places on reduced points to school leavers with disabilities. DARE has been set up by a number of colleges and universities as evidence shows that disability can have a negative impact on how well a student does at school and whether they go on to college.
View the new 2015 DARE video
Who should apply to DARE?
DARE is for school leavers under the age of 23 as of 1 January, 2015, who have completed an Irish Leaving Certificate and have the ability to benefit from and succeed in higher education, but who may not be able to meet the points for their preferred course due to the impact of a disability or ongoing illness. Note: Mature students and students applying on the basis of FETAC results have different admission routes. You can get further information on these routes from college and university websites.
The Higher Education Access Route (HEAR) is a college and university admissions scheme which offers places on reduced points and extra college support to school leavers from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds. HEAR has been set up by a number of colleges and universities as evidence shows that socio-economic disadvantage can have a negative effect on how well a student does at school and whether they go on to college. HEAR Applicants must meet a range of financial, social and cultural indicators to be considered for a reduced points place and extra college support.
Who is it for?
HEAR is for school leavers under the age of 23 as of January 1st 2015, who have completed an Irish Leaving Certificate. Mature and FETAC students have their own admissions routes and should contact college admissions offices for more information. Applications to HEAR can only be made online through the CAO.