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LCFE’s annual forum was launched by Hilary McCann, Head of School of Business and IT on Wednesday 15 January. The audience was composed of business and IT learners and their teachers, who had gathe... Read
Part-time Courses Enrolling
LCFE Part-time and Night Classes are enrolling NOW and start on Monday 20th January 2020 with 20% discount available to those in receipt of certain social welfare payments.
Apply Online here a... Read
Credit Union Success
LCFE Night school hosted an Excel training day for Unity Credit Union employees at Raheen Training Centre recently, fitting nicely with the drive by Solas to encourage all ETBs to engage with employe... Read
College Awareness Week
During College Awareness Week, there will be a host of exciting and interactive activities happening throughout the college.
From apprenticeships to arts degrees, from literacy to learning for lif... Read
Limerick College of Further Education (LCFE) was delighted to celebrate its annual graduation at the Limerick Strand Hotel on Thursday 24th of October. Almost 250 learners received awards in various... Read
Getting the ball rolling!
The LGFA National Fresher Blitz which was held at UL was a tough day given the inclement weather but our ladies reached the quarter final - no mean feat given that over 30 teams competed. Again, th... Read
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