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Kerry Education and Training Board's College of Further Education and Training offers pathways to progression, employment, third level and apprenticeship training. Kerry College. Life. Changing.


Campus Locations




Learners & Apprentices

Kerry College has campus locations across the county.

Admissions Office

Kerry College Admissions Offices are open to the public.

Clash Road Campus

The Clash Road Campus offers 40+ courses for progression and employment in a variety of fields of learning.

Denny Street Campus

The Denny Street Campus is an exciting and progressive new campus in the Heart of Tralee Town.

Killorglin Campus

At our Killorglin Campus a wide range of outdoor and environmental education and training courses are on offer in the heart of the adventure capital of Ireland.

Listowel Campus

The Listowel Campus is a key further education and training hub for North Kerry offering a range of courses for progression and employment.

Monavalley Campus

The Monavalley Campus offers 110 full-time and part-time courses for progression and employment. All apprenticeships are delivered here.

Learner Success Stories


Kerry College is an integrated college of further education and training. This means we offer a range of full and part time further education courses and skills training courses geared at college progression and employment. We also have a large apprenticeship training facility.

Applications for all full-time and part-time programmes should be made online - via the Kerry College website. Your application will be processed using our FETCHCOURSES system. 

If you haven't signed up for a FETCH account, you'll need to do this first. It's free and a one-time setup.

For progression-focused courses, you are put on a waiting list. Places are typically offered by date of application but an increasing amount of these courses are recruited by admissions interview or portfolio submission. For employment-focused courses, you attend an admissions interview. A weighted scoring system is used and places are offered in order of how you score. You may also need to do a trainability test, pass a medical assessment and get Garda vetted.

Not exactly. An Apprenticeship is a three way contract of employment between you, your employer and SOLAS - with on-the-job and off-the-job training delivered in phases. The first step is to secure a job with an approved apprentice employer. Full details are available on: or from our Apprenticeship Services team on 066-7149600.

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