Kerry College have stood down the €130 Registration Fee for their learners!
Kerry College, Ireland’s first integrated College of Further Education and Training, which offering courses for progression, employment and apprenticeships is delighted to announce that all full-time courses, are now completely free of charge!
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris and Minister of State for Skills and Further Education, Niall Collins recently removed the €200 Government Levy fee for Further Education and Training courses.
Kerry College has a successful track record in preparing learners for employment, further study or university progression and delivering high level apprenticeship training. Now, with the removal of the €130 registration fee for courses for progression it is the perfect time to consider a Further Education and Training course with Kerry College.
This year for the first time ever, school leavers and CAO applicants will be able to apply for Further Education and Training courses and explore Apprenticeship opportunities alongside Higher Education options on the CAO website.
Kerry College Director of Further Education and Training, Owen O Donnell stated that he acknowledges this very positive initiative to remove all fees including the announcement from the Minister to stand down the government levy. This announcement, coupled with the financial supports available to learners, makes a Kerry College course the right choice.
If you are interested in any of our courses please visit www.kerrycollege.ie or call a member of our admissions team on 066 714 96 96 today!