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Collinstown Park Community College

Dublin

Further Education

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About Us

Welcome to Collinstown Park Community College Further Education Service. We provide a wide range of accredited courses including part time and full time options. Courses are open to school leavers and mature students and span careers in Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy, Information Technology, Business, Childcare, Community and Health Services.

Whether you are a Leaving Certificate student, or looking to change career direction and up skill, or hoping to return to learning to further your education, your journey starts here. Collinstown Park Community College has built an excellent reputation for providing students with skills and qualification to match industry standards. Courses are delivered within a warm, friendly and inclusive environment by experienced and innovative staff.

Collinstown Park Community College aims to provide an inclusive education service in which individual differences are welcomed and respected. We recognise the right of every person to learn and develop through education.

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Why us?

Work Experience is a key component of many of our courses. Course tutors will assist students in finding work experience.

Graduates with QQI/ FETAC Level 5 Awards are eligible to use their qualification to gain access to higher education in Universities and Institutes of Technology through the Higher Education Links Scheme (HELS). Under the scheme a number of places (usually between 5-10%) are reserved for FETAC graduates. Courses in these colleges are linked to specific FETAC Level 5 awards.

There is a guidance counsellor in the college who is available to adult students to advise on career options, course selection, progression to further study and any personal matters which the student may wish to discuss.

Collinstown Park Community College (Adult and Further Education) aims to promote equality for individuals, groups and communities through a consistent commitment to fairness, respect and inclusion. We are committed to providing an environment where all individuals are treated with respect and dignity irrespective of race, gender, disability, religion, age, sexual orientation, marital status, family status or membership of the Traveller Community. We recognise the right of every person to learn and develop through education.

Collinstown Park Community College aims to provide an inclusive education service in which individual differences are welcomed and respected. We recognise the right of every person to learn and develop through education. We will listen to you in confidence and help you to plan your return to learning. We may be able to provide some additional supports to students. If you have a health issue, a disability or specific learning difficulty, please notify us on application. 


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