Kerry College is Ireland’s first and only integrated provider of Further Education and Training. We offer clear routes to employment, further study, third level and apprenticeship.
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Kerry College has four campus locations across the county.
Our Clash Road Campus offers 50 courses for progression and employment in a variety of fields of learning.
A new addition to Tralee Town Centre, all social care and nursing programmes are delivered here.
The Listowel Campus is a key further education and training hub for North Kerry. It is home to a range of courses for progression and employment.
The Monavalley Campus offers 80 courses for progression and employment. All Kerry based Phase 2 apprenticeships are run at this campus.
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Kerry College is a first for Ireland and a first for County Kerry. It is the country’s first integrated college of further education and training. We offer a range of full and part time courses and apprenticeships.
Yes. If you applied for a course at Kerry ETB Training Centre, KCFE or North Kerry College, these applications are still live. We write out between 6 and 8 weeks prior to course start, earlier for certain courses.
For some full and part-time courses, you pay the application, registration or tuition fee to secure your place on the course. These places are filled on a first come, first served basis and many have waiting lists. For courses with a focus on employment, you attend an interview. In these cases, courses are filled based on a weighted scoring system. You may also need to do a trainability test, pass a medical assessment or get Garda vetted.
No. An Apprenticeship is not a course. It is a contract of employment 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: www.apprenticeship.ie