How to Apply
We have two enrolments - one in September and one in January. We offer a wide range of year-long and short (5-10 weeks) courses. We have courses for professional development as well as leisure, art & craft courses and a range of Leaving Certificate classes. Some classes run on a Saturday.
You can enrol from 14 January during office hours 6pm-8pm Monday to Thursday. Postal enrolments can be made in December. Classes commence the week starting January 28.
You can get our current brochure and application from here:
We have a wide range new courses including the likes of:
Law for Everyone, Thursday 6.30pm
Robotics for Teens, Wednesday 4.30pm
Beginnner's Wood Carving, Wednesday, 5.30pm
Fashion Pattern Drafting Workshop, Saturday, 9.30am
Geneology and Family History, Monday, 7.30pm
Irish Folklore, Thursday 7pm
And many, many more. Please see our brochure.
Students can send in an application form by post or in person. Click here for an application form. Enrolments start on January 14 from 6pm to 8pm for two weeks, before classes commence.
Director of Evening School: Kathy O'Neill
Tel: 01 454 0662 ext 122
Enrolments are possible Monday to Friday from 6pm to 8pm.
- General Policies
Enrolments take place Mon-Thursday between 6.30pm and 8.30pm. Applications can be sent in advance by post using our enrolment form. Spring enrolments take place in early January. All enrolments are subject to the regulations of the City of Dublin Education & Training Board.
No cash will be accepted for tuition fees. Payment must be made by cheque, bank draft, postal order or credit card. Fees are payable on enrolment. Cheques should be made payable to CDETB.
Formation of Classes:
The formation of classes depends on the demand. Crumlin College reserves the right under unavoidable circumstances to alter the time or day of a course & to substitute any teacher or instructor where necessary.
The college reserves the right to amend, restructure or cancel any course without notice.
Refunds are only payable if a class does not form.
While information regarding examinations and the requirements of the various examining bodies is displayed on the College Notice Board, it is the reponsibility of students to complete the examination entry form personally and to pay the registration and examination fees by the due dates as telephone entries cannot be entertained.
A student may not transfer from one subject to another, except with the approval of the Principal. A student may not transfer his/her enrolment to another student.
A student may not attend a class for which he/she has not registered. Students are expected to attend regularly and punctually.