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St. Mary’s Collegiate Church, Youghal, Co. Cork To Host Guided Tours PDF Print E-mail


St. Mary’s Collegiate Church, set in the historic ‘Raleigh Quarter’ of Youghal, Co. Cork is now offering guided tours to both the general public and groups.  Demand for the provision of formal tours has increased significantly over recent years as more and more international ‘culturally curious’  visitors seek out the National Monument.  

East Cork Further Education- Courses Brochure and Application PDF Print E-mail

Guide to Adult Education Couses 
Youghal Adult Education Centre

Entry & Enrolment

Step 1: Complete the application form (page 17)  and submit to the centre.
You can apply any time up to the start of September, however the first round of interviews will take place in early June so to increase your chance of getting a place on the course you are advised to apply early.
The eligibility criteria may vary for some courses so please check the criteria to ensure you are eligible.
Step 2: Attend for interview.
Applicants will be invited by post for interview at the centre.  The first round of interviews will take place in early June and the last round of interviews will be in August if there are still places available.
Step 3: Accept Place on Course
Successful applicants will be notified of the offer of a place on a course by post and must secure this place by accepting their place before a set date.  Failure to do so may result in the place being offered to another applicant.
Step 4: Start the Course
Students will be informed of the start date when offered a place on the course.  All students must attend the centre on this date.  If you cannot attend on this date please let the centre know to retain your place.

Please Note:
Admission to a particular course is subject to places being available on the course and the following criteria being satisfied: 

Based on the applicant’s previous education, training or experience, the applicant is considered likely to benefit from participation in the centre.
Following an interview the applicant is considered suitable for the course.
The participation of the applicant on the course will contribute positively to the course and will not disregard the rights of other students or staff.
As work experience with children or vulnerable adults is an essential part of some course, participants on these courses are required to be Garda vetted.  Continued participation on the course and work placement is dependent on the successful completion of this process.
A minimum enrolment is required for courses to run. 

Places on courses are limited, so early application is advisable.
Sunshine and Fun at 8th Annual Youghal Medieval Festival PDF Print E-mail


St. Mary’s College Gardens in the ‘Raleigh Quarter’ of medieval Youghal basked in sunshine for  the 8th annual Youghal Medieval Festival, held on Sunday 7th September 2014.  It was the organiser’s second attempt at hosting the event, with the original date abandoned due to heavy rainfall.

Youghal Local Training Initiative PDF Print E-mail

Youghal Local Training Initiative is currently enrolling for the following course, due to take place in Youghal in the near future.

Course Description
This is a FETAC accredited training programme in Sport & Recreation.  The training will assist the learner to achieve a nationally recognised qualification, which will aid progression to further training and /or education and will assist when pursuing employment.

Course Certification
This course provides training leading to a FETAC Level 4 Major Award.
Youghal Medieval Festival Re-scheduled for Sunday 7th September 2014 PDF Print E-mail


The rescheduled 2014 Youghal Medieval Festival will now take place on Sunday 7th September with the action starting at 12.00pm. The popular free annual event was due to take place on the 24th of August in St. Mary’s College Gardens, Youghal, but organisers were forced to postpone the event due to extremely heavy rain fall throughout the day.  The Festival is now an integral part of National Heritage Week celebrations.  Last year saw The Heritage Council of Ireland recognise the success of the event to the region awarding it the National Award for ‘Best Event Organised by a Community’.
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