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donegal_Slieve_01Hospitality Operations and Catering Training options with the Donegal ETB

QQI (FETAC) Level 5 Major Award – Hospitality Operations Killybegs

Killybegs Employment Initiative, in conjunction with LYIT School of Tourism and the Donegal Education and Training Board, are offering a Level 5 Major Award in Hospitality Operations at the Killybegs Campus of LYIT. This programme is ideally suited for individuals who are under 35 years of age, preferable with a Level 4 Qualification or an Applied Leaving Certificate, and who are currently unemployed.

The programme is designed to give participants an overview of the hospitality and tourism industry through a variety of practical training, integrated education and field visits to prospective employers.

On successful completion of the programme, participants should be well-equipped to find employment in a broad range of hospitality, tourism and catering establishments. With the development of the Wild Atlantic Way and the expected increase in visitor numbers to Donegal it is anticipated that an increase in employment opportunities will exist in the coming years. For those individuals wishing to continue their education and training, successful completion of this programme will allow participants to apply, through the CAO, for a range of professional programmes at the School of Tourism, including:-

  • Higher Certificate in Arts in Bar and Restaurant Supervision
  • Higher Certificate in Arts in Hotel Administration
  • Higher Certificate in Arts in Culinary Arts

 

QQI (FETAC) Level 4 Major Award- Catering Support- Letterkenny and Downings

The 30 week full-time programme aims to provide learners with the skill, knowledge and competence to work under supervision providing assistance and support within a catering setting. The training will be in both a classroom situation with practical experience in the kitchen leading to progression and a career in Hospitality or Catering.

On successful completion of the programme, participants should be well-equipped to find employment in a broad range of catering establishments. With the development of the Wild Atlantic Way and the expected increase in visitor numbers to Donegal it is anticipated that an increase in employment opportunities will exist in the coming years. For those individuals wishing to continue their education and training, successful completion of this programme will allow participants to apply to entry to the level 5 programme in Hospitality Operations in Killybegs.

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by Donegal ETB