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Cavan Institute
Corporate Transport Hospitality

This course in Corporate Transport Hospitality aims to train students to work as professional drivers or chauffeurs in the corporate transport hospitality and security sector.

Corporate Transport Hospitality


Entry Requirements

Full driver’s licence. Consideration will also be given to those under 23 who present with a Leaving Certificate, Leaving Certificate Applied (LCA), LCVP or a QQI Level 4 award.

Further Study

At Cavan Institute: 

Graduates of the Corporate Transport Hospitality course can progress to the level 6 course in Security Operations and Administration (Supervisory) at Cavan Institute.


Graduates are also eligible to apply through the CAO and/or Higher Education Links Scheme for entry to year one of a range of higher certificate or degree programmes at Institutes of Technology or Universities (please check with the particular institution regarding local eligibility requirements).

Career Opportunities

Opportunities for graduates of this course in Corporate Transport Hospitality may include working as chauffeurs or drivers for national and international ground transport operators in the emerging business and tourist markets both in Ireland and in Europe. Graduates may also decide to set up their own business, providing local chauffeuring services.


QQI Level 5 Certificate in Security Studies.


Course Fees





Course Content

QQI Level 5 Certificate in Security Studies.

Legal Practices & Procedures

Security Industry Procedures

Guarding Skills

Safety and Health at Work

Motor Vehicle Practice

Behavioural Studies

Occupational First Aid

Tourism Principles and Practice

Language (Beginners French or Spanish)

Customer Service

Work Experience                

About This Course

The Corporate Transport Hospitality will appeal to mature students with a background/experience in the state security services (An Garda Síochána, Defence Forces, Emergency Services). This course will equip students with the skill set required to work in this sector, to ensure the safety and security of executive, corporate and VIP passengers. This will include customer service skills, interpersonal skills and intercultural awareness, guarding skills and security threat awareness.

The course will also train students in basic motor vehicle maintenance, pre-journey vehicle inspection and health, safety and welfare practice and procedures. Students will have the opportunity to prepare for the Special Public Service Vehicle (SPSV) test. In order to apply for this licence, students must hold a full driver’s licence and be aged 25 or over.

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