Tourism Industry Training and Development Opportunities
Tourism Industry Training and Development Opportunities both nationally and regionally.
Tourism Ireland is responsible for marketing the island of Ireland overseas as a holiday and business tourism destination. Through a series of co-ordinated, world-class marketing campaigns, Tourism Ireland promotes the island of Ireland overseas as a leading holiday destination.
In addition, Tourism Ireland provides lots of information in regards to Marketing, Research and Industry Opportunities. Make sure to check out the website and create an account in the Industry Oppurtuniteis section to allow you to receive the Latest opportunities directly to your inbox.
Fáilte Ireland is the National Tourism Development Authority with the role to support the tourism industry and work to sustain Ireland as a high-quality and competitive tourism destination. They provide a range of practical business supports to help tourism businesses better manage and market their products and services. They also work with other state agencies and representative bodies, at local and national levels, to implement and champion positive and practical strategies that will benefit Irish tourism and the Irish economy.
Make sure to sign up to the trade portal and access a range of industry supports.
Ireland's Ancient East
IrelandsAncientEast.com is the only official tourism information website for Ireland’s Ancient East, operated by Fáilte Ireland, the National Tourism Development Authority. Ireland's Ancient East covers the area outside of Dublin and east of the River Shannon, extending from Carlingford to Cavan and south to Cork City, including East County Cork and East County Limerick.
Ireland's Hidden Heartlands
Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands is at the very heart of Ireland, a blend of land and water trails, secret spots, and undiscovered gems, a place of warmth and charm. Stretching from Leitrim down to East Clare the verdant green fields of Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands meander through Roscommon, Longford, East Galway, as well as parts of Cavan, Westmeath, North Tipperary and Offaly.