The Aim of this course is to provide the learners with the ability to demonstrate skills in outdoor leadership, guiding and group management integrating best safety and environmental practices across a range of angling experiences.
Take responsibility for own professional development and or assist others in identifying their own professional development needs.
Implement best safety and environmental practice throughout the angling experience.
1. Demonstrate a broad range of knowledge of the structures and profile of the tourism and hospitality sectors relating to the history and development of angling in Ireland
2. Deliver an informative, interesting and relevant angling experience incorporating a range of angling skills and techniques across a multitude of environments.
3. Facilitate clients in developing and improving skills through the provision of rewarding angling experiences and evaluate the success of the angling product in relation to the customer experience
3. Demonstrate a range of communication, information and customer care skills to offer a professional and positive presentation of Ireland as an angling destination.
Applicants must be self-motivated, eager to learn, possess good interpersonal skills and have an outgoing, friendly personality. Must be able to integrate and relate to a variety of individuals and groups and have an interest in the tourism industry and tour guiding. A working knowledge of a second language is desirable.