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Internship Programme

Internship Programme

Internship Opportunities

Make your career happen with our Internship opportunities

Dualway collaborates with numerous colleges and learning centres in Ireland to provide internship opportunities. You can choose from three different types of internships:

  • Accounts Internship
  • Digital Marketing Internship
  • Tourist Office internship

Internship FAQ

1) What you need:

  • Passion for tourism and transport industry
  • Degree or studying towards one in the relevant area
  • Eligibility to work in Ireland
  • Good computer skills
  • Writing samples in English (only for Digital Internship)

2) When can I apply for internship?

  • You can apply all year long. If you believe you meet the minimum criteria above please feel free to send your us your CV clicking HERE

3) What happens next?

  • If you are successful at the application screening, you will be invited to attend face to face interview

4) Is the internship paid?

  • We cover travel expenses and you gain invaluable experience and skills in the area

5) Can I work with Dualway after I complete my internship?

  • Good news!! We always keep the best people

Apprenticeship Programme

Make your career happen with our apprenticeship opportunities

Dualway collaborates with Solas on our HGV Apprentice Mechanic programme. We are an approved employer so if you are accepted on the apprenticeship programme with us, we will help to guide you through all aspects on your registration and progress with Solas. Apprenticeship comprises of 7 different phases which are a combination of on the job training with the Employer and attending college classes.

    Dualway HGV Apprenticeship Programme includes:

  • Learning and developing new craft-related skills, knowledge and competencies
  • Working with and learning from experienced HGV Mechanics
  • Knowledge Health and Safety requirements
  • Working with vehicles
  • Accepting responsibility for the quality of own work
  • Being physically active
  • Using the special service tools, materials and equipment
  • Reading and interpreting technical instructions and diagrams
  • Diagnose and repair mechanical and electrical systems
  • Dismantling, examining and re-assembling mechanical systems and components
  • Testing electrical and electronic systems and components
  • Record and communicate accurate work records or reports
  • Taking responsibility for own learning, including the allocation of study time
  • Passing all your phase exams (theory, practical, skills, demonstrations)
  • Earn as you learn

Apprenticeship entry Requirements

  • The minimum age at which the employment of an apprentice may commence is 16 years of age.
  • The minimum educational requirements are: 1. Grade D in five subjects in the Department of Education & Skills Junior Certificate Examination or an approved equivalent, or
  • The successful completion of an approved Pre-Apprenticeship course, or
  • Three years’ work experience gained over sixteen years of age in a relevant designated industrial activity as SOLAS shall deem acceptable