Killester College of Further Education has joined

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We are pleased to announce that of Killester College of Further Education has joined

Killester College of Further Education is a College of the City of Dublin Education Training Board (CDETB). Consequently, the College is committed to provide courses, education and training of the highest quality.

Their courses and programmes are learner-centred and are also provided in a friendly, inclusive and supportive environment. Killester College of Further Education won a Award for Excellence through Accessibility in 2011.

All courses range from FETAC levels 4, to levels 5 and 6 and are accredited by Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI).These are qualifications in themselves, however they can also be used to progress onto third-level education. Furthermore, the College welcomes students all ages from school leavers to mature students.

PLC Grants and Back to Education Allowances, as well as Vocational Training and Opportunities (VTOS) are all available.

Evening Courses

Killester College of Further Education offers a range of full time and evening courses.

Applications for evening classes are accepted during public enrolment sessions. These take place before classes begin in September and January.

Here is selection of just some of the courses on offer:

  • Art and Painting
  • Computers – Beginners
  • Creative Writing
  • Digital Photography and Photoshop
  • Film and Literature Appreciation
  • French
  • Guitar
  • Italian
  • Irish Conversation
  • Meditation and Healing with the Angels
  • Salsa, Latin and Ballroom Dancing
  • School of Music
  • Spanish
  • Start Your Own Business
  • Yoga

Full time courses

In addition to evening and part-time courses, Killester College of Further Education offers a range of full time courses. These include:

  • Advanced Animal Science
  • Animal Science
  • Business Studies
  • Business Systems & Information Technology
  • Childcare & Early Learning
  • Classroom Assistant/Special Needs Assistant
  • Computer Systems and Networks
  • Cultural & Heritage Studies (Pre University Arts)
  • Disability and Care Support Worker
  • Horticulture
  • Montessori Teaching
  • Pharmacy Assistant
  • Pre-University Computing
  • Pre-University Science
  • Retail Design & Visual Merchandising

For more information, please click here for the college profile.

Anne Sexton

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  1. MELISSA O CONNOR 30th May 2017 at 6:04 pm

    I would like more information please on the Classroom Assistant/Special Needs Assistant

    Thank You
    Melissa O Connor

    1. Anne Sexton 31st May 2017 at 9:20 am

      Hi Melissa, it would be best to contact the college directly. Their contact details are here:

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