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									tourism Studies (2-Year): (DTXXX)

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FETAC Level 3 > FETAC Level 4 > FETAC Level 5 > University
course information
The course is designed for candidates with a special interest in Tourism and Hospitality Studies. As well as providing general purpose Tourism skills, such as Communications, Tourism Awareness & Personal Effectiveness in the Workplace, this course offers specialist training in areas related to the Tourism and Hospitality Industry, such as Reception, heritage, customer service, and tourism enterprise.
SubjectS include:
• • • • • • • • • Tourism Awareness Communications Personal Effectiveness in the Workplace Reception English as a Second Language Customer Service Tourism Enterprise Heritage Work-Placement dbl university progression programmes 2008-2009:
• Information Technology • International Trade • Business – Accounting • Cultural & Computer Studies • Marketing • Tourism Studies • Nursing Studies

international Students:
To accommodate our International Students, all DBL courses will include an ‘English as a Second Language’ subject to help students with any language problems or barriers they may be experiencing and also to help with completing their assignments.

Schedule 2008/2009:
courses commence oct '08, Mar '09 & oct '09 Currently registering for all programmes

• Acquire national and international qualifications in English, IT and tourism subjects. • Increase opportunities to get a better job • Receive an Internationally recognized qualification

AdMiSSion reQuireMentS:
An entry- level English examination will have to be taken and passed for a candidate to be allowed entry to this course. No computing skills are necessary to gain entry to this course – all modules will be taught from basics.

AwArdS:
• You will receive a FETAC level 5 Minor Award Certificate for each module you pass. • A candidate who passes all modules will receive FETAC level 5 Major Award.

how to Apply
You can apply in person to the admissions office located at The Steelworks, Foley Street, Dublin 1 or online at www.dblcollege.com. Alternatively you can contact the admissions office on 01 8559437.

ASSeSSMent benefitS of doing thiS courSe:
• FETAC is the National Awarding body for Further Education and Training in Ireland and is funded by the Irish Government under the National Development Plan • Gain an in-depth knowledge of the Tourism and Hospitality Industries including the skills to help you enhance your employment opportunities in this industry. • Progress to further education in Tourism and Hospitality University Courses • Improve your level of English Subjects are examined via a range of methods including assignments examinations, presentations, skills demonstrations etc.

who Are fetAc
FETAC is the National Awarding body for Further Education and Training in Ireland and is funded by the Irish Government under the National Development Plan

www.dblcollege.com
Admissions office: The Steelworks, Foley Street, Dublin 1. Tel: 01 8559437 Fax: 01 8559421 Email: admissions@dblcollege.com


								
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