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Careers rarely develop the way we plan them. Our career path often takes many twists and turns, with particular events, choices and people influencing our direction.
We asked Marie O'Donovan from CRH plc to give some advice for people considering this job:
You should possibly consider studying environmental science or environmental engineering in third level.
You would also need to consider if you would like do quite a bit of driving during your day and to be able to oragnise your own work plans as both these things are important.
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Culinary Arts - GA361
This chef training course provides students with the skills, knowledge & competencies required to work in the culinary arts sector and includes a work placement.
This programme will help students to develop specialised culinary skills through the acquisition of artistic and technological competencies, within a realistic working environment.
This programme provides a broadly based knowledge of natural and human heritage through modules of study on archaeology, folklore, genealogy, geography, geology, history, literature, music and natural history. The focus is on the practical applications of this knowledge, and the course includes IT, enterprise development and communications.
Culinary Arts Management - GA372
This course provides students with an insight into the diverse world of Culinary Arts with a strong emphasis on developing culinary skills. Food safety and nutrition modules form an integral part of learning in years one and two.
Students are educated in a wide variety of business subjects such as; Law, Finance, Marketing, Human Resource, Management and Information Technology.