Short Courses (Continuous Professional Development) - Part Time

We offer a range of part time short courses. These are listed below.

 

 Programme:

 

 Code

 Award

 Duration

Hospitality - Applied Communications & Customer Care Management

 

TFCM1004

Short Course Cert

12 weeks

Hospitality - Applied Business Planning for the Hospitality Services Sector

 

TFHM1005

Short Course Cert

12 weeks

Hospitality - Food & Beverage Management

 

TFFB1005

Short Course Cert

12 weeks

Hospitality - Human Resource Management (Strategic)

 

TFMG3002

Short Course Cert

12 weeks

Hospitality – Management of Food Safety and HACCP

 

TFFB1003

Short Course Cert

12 weeks

Hospitality - Managing Training & Development (Train the Trainer)

 

TFFB2003

Short Course Cert

12 weeks

Hospitality - Marketing Strategy

 

TFMK4004

Short Course Cert

12 weeks

Hospitality - Research Methods

 

TFRM3001

Short Course Cert

12 weeks

Hospitality - Revenue Management for the Industry

 

TFHM3004

Short Course Cert

12 weeks

Hospitality - Rooms Division Management (Introduction)

 

TFRD1001

Short Course Cert

12 weeks

Hospitality Management

 

DT460E

BA (Ordinary)

3 years

Hospitality Management (Irish Hospitality Institute)

 

DT458

Higher Cert

2 years

Hospitality Services Management

 

DT451

Higher Cert

2 years

 

Short Course Certificates will run for two hours per week for 12 weeks.  Short courses will be offered depending on sufficient numbers either from mid September to December or the end of January to May.  Short courses are generally offered in the evening (Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday) from either 17:30-19:30 or 19:30-21:30.   

In addition to the above, applicants can study any of the modules that are offered as our full time programmes as a short course.  However, these will be delivered during the day.

Applicants will be notified in early September whether the advertised courses will run and informed of the precise schedule of classes.  Please email tourism.hospitality@dit.ie for day/time, availability, etc.

In addition, applicants who already possess an undegraduate degree can apply to take our Masters modules as short courses modules. Please see the Postgraduate Programme Section for more details.  

 

For further information on studying part time in DIT please see http://www.dit.ie/study/parttime/ 

 

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