This Killester College Access Handbook can be opened or saved from this link.
Tel: 01 8337686
If you require any further assistance or require information in an alternative format, please contact our Access Officer, Catherine Geoghegan.
Access for All
Killester College of Further Education (KCFE) aims to provide a high quality accessible service to all our customers and staff. KCFE is a centre of learning committed to providing education and training of the highest quality. We continue to strive to excel in responding to the educational needs of the community. The programmes offered are learner-centred and provided in a friendly, inclusive and supportive environment.
Accessible Customer Services
KCFE is committed to providing a high quality accessible service to all our customers and we will ensure the rights to equal treatment established by legislation for all persons seeking our services. As part of our legal requirements set out in the Disability Act 2005 and to ensure we provide a high quality accessible service KCFE has appointed Catherine Geoghegan as the Access Officer in accordance with section 26(2) of the Disability Act 2005.
The Access officer is responsible for providing or arranging for, and co-ordinating assistance and guidance, to persons with disabilities accessing the services provided by Killester College of Further Education.
If you have any queries in relation to accessibility and our inclusive education programmes please do not hesitate to contact our access officer, Catherine Geoghegan on 01 8337686 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Access to the Built Environment
KCFE is committed to ensuring the college building and approaches to the building are fully accessible to all users. As part of this commitment we have carried out an access audit in 2008 and review and update the recommendations of this audit on a regular basis. As part of our maintenance plan, we consider access on a regular basis, from the upgrading of lighting to providing accessible signage. If you require further information or would like to report an accessibility issue please contact the access officer.
KCFE is committed to publishing and providing information in an accessible and easy to read format and ensuring the KCFE website is fully accessible. As part of this commitment KCFE has carried out an access audit of the college website. This will help us towards our goal of achieving Level Double-A conformance to the web content accessibility guidelines. The college also uses the Moodle Virtual Learning Environment for the provision of course learning materials in accessible format as much as possible.