Search Results for 'Hospitality management'

15 results found.

Monaghan Bros — quality service and furniture for the hospitality industry

Monaghan Bros are leading specialists in the manufacture and supply of standard and customised contract furniture to the hospitality industry throughout the country.

Athlone native wins Graduate of the Year at Irish Hospitality Institute National Awards

image preview

Veronica Byrne, a native of Athlone and a graduate of Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) has won the 2015 Irish Hospitality Institute (IHI) Graduate of the Year Award, at a recent ceremony held in the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, Dublin.

Report confirms importance of hospitality sector for Galway tourism

A new report confirms the hospitality sector is a significant component of the tourism infrastructure in Galway, with 504 pubs, 64 hotel bars and 141 fully licensed and wine licensed restaurants in the county. 

New general manager Noel Mulhaire joins the team at Lough Rea Hotel and Spa

Noel Mulhaire has been appointed as the new general manager of the Lough Rea Hotel and Spa.

Glasson Hotel and Country Club among graduates at Trinity College

image preview

Gareth Jones from Glasson Hotel and Country Club was one of 20 owners and senior managers in the Irish tourism sector to recently graduate from the Fáilte Ireland executive management programme which is designed in conjunction with Cornell University, USA. The graduation ceremony which took place in Trinity College Dublin honoured participants from across the tourism sector including representatives from hotels, restaurants, and other tourism activities/attractions. The programme was based on a study of a range of job-related topics covering strategy, marketing, finance, management, and operations.

International tourism conference to be held at AIT

A major conference on smart thinking in tourism will be held at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) on 14-15 June.

Discover a new career at GMIT hotel school

With a dedicated hotel school offering degree programmes in everything from culinary arts to event management, and catering facilities that few can match, GMIT is probably the best place in the country from which to launch a successful career in the hospitality sector.

GMIT hotel school annual careers fair

Some 30 employers in the hospitality industry from all over the country are to take part in the GMIT hotel school annual careers fair at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology on Wednesday March 3.

GMIT — a tour of the hospitality and culinary arts department

image preview

I had often wondered just how big our local college of catering is, so with the help of Robert Dagger, head of the hospitality and catering arts, I was given the ‘tour’. I also met Gerry Talbot, head of hotel and tourism management. These two departments are what make up the school of approximately 900 students and 40 staff who are partaking in the many courses that the hospitality and tourism industry world require. I use the word ‘world’ as the skills are extremely portable and equally applicable in any corner of the globe. Many graduates occupy some of the highest posts around the world in hotel management and as executive chefs.

GMIT — a tour of the hospitality and culinary arts department

image preview

I had often wondered just how big our local college of catering is, so with the help of Robert Dagger, head of the hospitality and catering arts, I was given the ‘tour’. I also met Gerry Talbot, head of hotel and tourism management. These two departments are what make up the school of approximately 900 students and 40 staff who are partaking in the many courses that the hospitality and tourism industry world require. I use the word ‘world’ as the skills are extremely portable and equally applicable in any corner of the globe. Many graduates occupy some of the highest posts around the world in hotel management and as executive chefs.

  • 1 (current)
  • 2
 

Page generated in 0.0441 seconds.