KERRY COLLEGE OF FURTHER EDUCATION’S 2017 GRADUATION DAY
THE Kerry College of Further Education in Tralee held their annual Post Leaving Certificate Graduation ceremony in the Brandon Hotel Conference Centre Tralee last Thursday, September 7.
The event is one of the chief highlights of the college’s calendar and it marked a significant moment in the 625 graduates’ lives, the culmination of hard work and academic achievement.
Awards conferred on graduates are nationally and internationally recognised at Level Five and Level Six on the National Framework of Qualifications with graduates already in employment or in third level as a result of completing their courses at KCFE.
Stories were shared throughout the evening of where graduates had found employment or where they had progressed to third level education since completing their further education awards at the college last May.
MC for the night was Joanne Roche, Acting Assistant Principal at the college, who provided some inspirational words for graduates.
Guest of Honour on the night was Declan Coyle, well-known motivational speaker, who captured the audience attention with inspiring words asking graduates to always take a positive attitude in life.
The Class of 2017. Some of the 625 students who graduated from the Kerry College of Further Education at the college’s graduation ceremony at the Brandon Conference Centre in Tralee last Thursday.
Leanne O’Riordan from Scartaglin and Fiona McGillcuddy from Killorglin who graduated from the KCFE last Thursday.
Jumping for joy. Tim Albers takes a snap as Marta Witkowska celebrates after the KCFE graduation ceremony last Thursday.
Viviane Paulus and Sinead Morrissey from Castlegregory at the KCFE graduation ceremony at the Brandon Hotel in Tralee.
Rayne Looney and Chris Reina from Castlegregory at the KCFE graduation ceremony on Thursday.
KCFE graduates Marta Witkowska and Mary Philpott from Currow at the graduation ceremony last week.