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Irish International Hotel and Catering School launching a new course this spring

The IIHCS recognises that there is a chronic shortage of qualified chefs in Ireland and this is particularly true in the west. After talking to a number of professional bodies and restaurant owners the IIHCS is pleased to launch its Spring level 5 (QQI major award) programme, which will begin on April 18. This is a 16 week full-time programme followed by a period of placement within specially selected kitchens in the area and working with committed chefs who will ensure that you continue to learn while practising the skills learned in the training kitchen.

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

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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.

Students represent Kilkenny in business games

Two students from Kilkenny have qualified to represent their respective colleges at the forthcoming Irish Hospitality Institute (IHI) National Business Management Games to be held at the Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin on March 20 and 21 next.

Mayo students to take part in Business Management Games

Two students from Mayo have qualified to represent their respective colleges at the forthcoming Irish Hospitality Institute National Business Management Games to be held in Dublin on March 20 and 21.

ARAMARK Ireland staff at University Hospital Galway win diversity award

ARAMARK Ireland’s restaurant team at University Hospital Galway has received the Irish Hospitality Institute (IHI) Diversity Award 2008 for its catering operation.

Galwayman takes the helm of Restaurant Assocation

Galwayman Adrian Cummins has been appointed the new chief executive of the Restaurant Association of Ireland.

 

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