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Athlone IT Tourism
Welcome to the Department of Hospitality, Tourism & Leisure at AIT. The Department has over 400 students on 12 courses, from Higher Certificate to BB Hons.
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Athlone IT Tourism Apr 19
More pics from our culinary students in France
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Athlone IT Tourism Apr 16
HC Culinary Arts students foraging in the Pyrenees and visiting our partner school in Tarbes this week accompanied by Kevin Ward and Gerard Luskin
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Athlone IT Tourism Apr 10
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Athlone IT Tourism Apr 9
FAO all HTL students Next year we will be running a field trip to Kuala Lumpur. Details of the trip are below: • Departure approx. 15th February 2020 for one week; • All students on all courses are eligible a minimum, but 75%...
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Athlone IT Tourism Apr 9
Field trip for Hotel & Leisure Year 1 & Hospitality Year 1. Guinness Store House: Both groups of students visited the Guinness training academy and received invaluable Bar skills training from the...
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Athlone IT Tourism Apr 9
Culinary Arts students demonstrate their entrepreneurial skills presenting nutritious, market focused, food products that do not compromise on taste or the visual experience. The acid test for...
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Athlone IT Tourism Apr 5
On Tuesday, April 2nd, Culinary Arts students prepared and served some really impressive food.
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Athlone IT Tourism Apr 4
Yesterday Bar Supervision Year 2 students visited Dublin Bar Academy and completed a certified one day intensive Mixology course and a whiskey tasting masterclass.
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Athlone IT Tourism Apr 3
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Athlone IT Tourism Apr 2
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Athlone IT Tourism Apr 2
An Gaisce awards with the Marist College, AIT Culinary students, and parents enjoying the talents, service and hospitality of all at the AIT training restaurant.
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Athlone IT Tourism Apr 2
Students demonstrating their skills in preparing classical and contemporary street food. It is noteworthy that all utensils, and packaging were made from FULLY recyclable material. Education and the future of the environment are all part of the big picture at AIT.
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Athlone IT Tourism Mar 29
Hospitality graduates - if you are interested in a hotel management teaching post with a partner university in China please contact ajohnston@ait.ie
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Athlone IT Tourism Mar 25
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Athlone IT Tourism Mar 23
WATCH: Ireland's talented apprentices get stuck into marathon three-day competition
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Athlone IT Tourism Mar 21
Good luck to Jordan Rohan on his first day at Ireland Skills Live.
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Athlone IT Tourism Mar 21
Marist College students learning some culinary skills with Brian O'Ruairc. On the menu was pizza and cookies.
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Athlone IT Tourism Mar 21
Today we had Enda McEvoy of Loam Restaurant visit Batchelor of Arts in Culinary Arts Yr 3 students as part of their module, Advanced Culinary Techniques. Loam is a Michelin-starred restaurant and...
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Athlone IT Tourism Mar 20
Best of luck to all the competitors at Ireland Skills 2019, especially our Culinary Arts Year 1 student Jordan Rohan who will be competing in the cookery skills. We’re all looking forward to the intense three days of competition ahead!
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Athlone IT Tourism Mar 13
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