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I enjoyed to develop my skills in the F&B department and to improve and develop myself.
Very much! They gave me a training in the begining and explain a lot. They helped me if I had a question or if I didn't know something.
My mentor in the hotel helped me a lot to make my assignments of school. My supervisors helped me to work in the F&B and gave many advice.
It depenced each day of course because it is a hotel. But normally it was a good balance of working hard and working less.
Not a lot because I was a trainee. I thought that was unfortunate. If I had been given more responsibility I had to learn more and I like that.
I developed a lot of skills and I am proud of that. I can use that hole my life. But I would like to had more training during my internship to learn more. Because I had only 2 trainings.
Mostly of the time they were very serious but sometimes there was time for a joke.
For school, we had to made a lot of assignments and they helped me with that. But the hotel didn't made a trainings plan for me and I worked 6 months a lot on the same place in the F&B so I didn't had many variaton.
To develop my F&B skills and myself.
Staff Sales/Staff Shop
I think I don't want to work in the abroad in the future and this was only for 6 months as a trainee.
Yes, there were 4 other students in the hotel in the F&B department and the colleagues were very nice to us. We also were a part of the team.
It was expensive to hire an appartment because it was in the city centre.
Awesome! There were a lot of differents pubs and clubs to have a great night.
Yes there were a lot of opportunities if you wanted.
Placement (5-9 Months)
Republic of Ireland
2nd March 2012