An Open Day will be held in Collinstown Park Community College on Thursday 22nd  February 2018 from 9.30am – 1.30pm and from 7.00pm – 8.30pm for all those interested in attending a full or part time Adult / Further Education or Post Leaving Certificate course.  Collinstown Park Community College is located on the Neilstown Road in Rowlagh, Clondalkin about five minutes from the Liffey Valley Shopping Centre. The college has been successfully providing further education to adults for the past 20 years. Courses are available on a full time and part time basis and are open to students who have just completed their Leaving Certificate and adult students of all ages.  The college welcomes mature students, including those with no formal qualifications, who wish to increase their skills and gain qualifications or progress to Third Level College.

Courses are available in Health Care Support, Nursing Studies, Social and Community Care Early Childhood Care & Education Levels 5 & 6, Special Needs Assistant, Hairdressing & Beauty Studies, Beauty Therapy, Reception & Office Administration, Business Studies with Computers,  FIT I.T. Support Technician & FIT IT Network Support & Administration with CISCO CCNA, ECDL, Return to Learning, English for Speakers of Other Languages.  This year the college is introducing two new courses – the new full time Beauty Therapy Specialist includes an option to complete a Start your own business module as part of the course.  There is also a new full time Business Studies with Medical Administration course that is aimed at anyone seeking to work as an administrator in a hospital or health care setting.

Collinstown Clondalkin Open Day

Full time courses give students the opportunity to gain a QQI Major Award over one year. Students can then progress to employment in their chosen area.  Students who have completed a QQI Level 5 course successfully may use their results to apply for a course in Institutes of Technology and Universities through the Higher Education Links Scheme. Part time courses offer a flexible option to students to study at a pace that suits, allowing them to complete a QQI Major Award over two years.  Many of our graduates have progressed to complete degrees in a variety of disciplines including Nursing, Social Studies and Computer Engineering. Graduates have also gained employment with large and small companies, multi nationals, hospitals, nursing homes, schools, beauty salons and as hairdressers.

At Collinstown Park Community College we aim to ensure that our courses are affordable. Social Protection recipients may be eligible to return to education under various schemes including VTOS/BTEA/BTEI. These schemes allow eligible adults return to education without losing their benefits. Our part-time courses are funded under the Back to Education Initiative (BTEI). Courses may be provided free of charge to eligible students in receipt of Social Protection payments/Medical Card holders or early school leavers. Childcare assistance is available on a limited basis for certain eligible students.

The Open Day on the 22nd of February will give all those with an interest in studying at Collinstown Park Community College a chance to find out more about individual course content and talk to the course Tutors.

More information is available on the College website www.collinstownpark.ie or by contacting the school at 01 4572300.