KERRY COLLEGE OF FURTHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING (Kerry College) has published its range of full-time employment focused programmes for Winter/Spring 2020.
Over 30 full time courses focused on developing skills and experience for specific roles and sectors will commence in the coming months at the college’s campus at Monavalley, Tralee. There are no tuition fees for full-time Kerry College courses. Applicants may be eligible for a range of funding supports – from weekly payments, accommodation or travel supports.
Kerry College Admissions Officer John Herlihy is saying there is still time to apply:
“We are operating a reduced capacity at Kerry College this year to ensure our campus locations are safe and Covid compliant for our learners and staff. As a result, course places are quite limited. Recruitment is typically by Zoom interview.”
For queries, contact Celine, Meaghan or Gillian on 066-714 96 96. You can browse and sign up for all courses online: https://kerrycollege.ie/full-time-courses/
KERRY COLLEGE ANNOUNCE NEW ECOLOGY & FIELDWORK SKILLS PROGRAMME IN KILLARNEY NATIONAL PARK
KERRY COLLEGE OF FURTHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING (Kerry College) has announced an innovative new programme called “Ecology and Practical Fieldwork Skills” which will run in Killarney starting on Monday 16th November.
This full-time QQI Level 5 Major Award will be run by Killarney National Park Education Centre in conjunction with Cappanalea (The National Centre for Outdoor Education and Training), with activities and fieldwork being carried out in the Knockreer Demesne and the many and varied habitats of the National Park. There are only 10 places available on the course and interviews will take place on Thursday 5th and Friday 6th November for a scheduled 16th November start.
Course leader Chris Barron explains more about the course:
“This Ecology & Practical Fieldwork Skills course is a highly practical programme and is a great starting point for anyone looking to pursue a career in Ecology, Botany, Wildlife Management, Forestry, Conservation, or other related sectors. Of course, our graduates may also choose to progress to third-level.”
Kerry College Admissions Officer John Herlihy is looking forward to the first intake:
“This is a fantastic new course for the Killarney area, especially at a time when so many people are re-connecting with the outdoors environment … and where better to be based for a course like this than in the 11,000 hectares of the magnificent Killarney National Park.”
Applicants need to be over 16 years of age, with a minimum of a QQI Level 4 Major Award, Leaving Certificate or equivalent, have good numerical and communication skills and a strong interest in the environment.
Full details are here: https://kerrycollege.ie/full-time-courses/ecology-practical-fieldwork-skills/
For information on the qualification, the course or the fieldwork activities, contact Chris Barron at Killarney National Park Education Centre by telephone on 064 6635960 or email firstname.lastname@example.org For information on how to apply, contact Kerry College Admissions Office by telephone on 066 714 96 96 or by email: email@example.com