Kinsale College launches new courses
Kinsale College is looking forward to again enrolling mature students this year, following an open day showcasing its QQI Level 5 and 6 courses.
The college offers exciting alternatives to other educational experiences.
Successful graduates receive a professional qualification to pursue a career or use the FETAC/QQI qualification to continue their education. The college has established links with third level institutions such as Cork Institute of Technology, University College Cork and IT Tralee.
College director Liz Moynihan said: “Kinsale College is growing in strength and numbers; we are excited to launch new courses again this year. We have a unique and diverse college, and this is reflected in our vibrant student population.”
Courses are delivered in healthcare, horticulture, office administration, TV and film production, multimedia, computers, childcare, professional cookery, art, drama and outdoor education.
Prospective students should contact www.kinsalecollege.ie / 021 4772275 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisgoold children awaiting the blackberry collector in 1950’s
The old school Ballincurrig circa mid-1950s.
Ballincurrig school group 1950.