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.
Learners & Apprentices
Kerry College has campus locations across the county.
Kerry College Admissions Offices are open to the public.
The Clash Road Campus offers 40+ courses for progression and employment in a variety of fields of learning.
The Denny Street Campus is an exciting and progressive new campus in the Heart of Tralee Town.
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.
The Listowel Campus is a key further education and training hub for North Kerry offering a range of courses for progression and employment.
The Monavalley Campus offers 110 full-time and part-time courses for progression and employment. All apprenticeships are delivered here.
"You learn a lot, great instructors, great place"
- Kieran Casey - OPW
"This course is a great way to start a new career"
- Ciaran Smith - IT Support
"It is hard work but the teachers are very helpful"
- Amy Long - Office Management
News and events
Kerry College Assistant Principal has won a national award for her work on Universal Design at the John Kelly Awards
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: www.apprenticeship.ie or from our Apprenticeship Services team on 066-7149600.