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Kerry College is Ireland’s first and only integrated provider of Further Education and Training. They offer clear routes to employment, third level and apprenticeship. With five campuses to choose from and up to 180 courses across the board, there is something for everybody.
Prospective learners/students may follow their chosen Further Education and Training course at one of their five campus locations:
Clash Road Campus– offers 50 courses for progression and employment in a variety of fields of learning. The Clash Road Campus has a long and storied history of achievement in further education and training in County Kerry. Located on the Killarney side of Tralee town at Clash Road, just beyond the railway gates – 40 full-time courses for progression and employment are based here. The new Kerry College of Beauty is also located on this campus.
Denny Street Campus– a new addition to Tralee Town Centre, all social care and nursing programmes are delivered here. Kerry College’s new town centre campus is located in a striking Georgian building on Denny Street – Tralee’s most elegant thoroughfare. It bears the name of Edward Denny who was granted the town by Queen Elizabeth some years after a local revolt which resulted in Tralee and its Great Castle razed to the ground. Denny Street itself was completed in 1826 on the site of the Castle.
Listowel Campus– a key further education and training hub for North Kerry. It is home to a range of courses for progression and employment. Listowel – heritage town, market town and literary hub of North Kerry, has a long history dating back to the 14th century. Home to the Fitzmaurice clan, the town was built around Listowel Castle, St. John’s Church and its Market Square.
Monavalley Campus– offers 80 courses for progression and employment. All Kerry based Phase 2 apprenticeships are run at this campus. The Monavalley Campus is known to generations of people from Kerry and beyond for its excellence in apprenticeship and skills training which goes back to the founding of AnCo in the 1960s.
Killorglin Campus – Located at Cappanalea just outside Killorglin. Programmes offered here focus on personal and professional development through the medium of adventure sports where students develop their hidden talents and skills. They use adventure education and outdoor / wilderness experiences to enhance the learning outcomes.
Study, learn, explore and unlock your potential with instructors, teachers, tutors and support staff that keep you focused, on-track and happy.
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