Frequently Asked Questions
Enrolment: If you are interested in improving your reading or writing, joining a spelling group, getting to grips with maths or getting up to speed with computers, please call Sian in the Literacy Office on 01 8036238.
Hobby / Continuing Education Classes
Registration begins on Monday 6th Sept. - 9.45am to 13.15pm daily and continues as below:
Monday 6th September:
Pilates / Weaving Wellbeing
English Literature & Culture / European Art & Artists
Tuesday 7th September and Wednesday 8th September:
Thursday 9th September:
Painting & Drawing 1/ Painting & Drawing 2/ Art for Everyone
Current Affairs / Understanding History
Friday 10th September:
Understanding the Landscape / The Arctic, Past Present & Future
Monday 13th September:
Spanish / Enjoying Theatre / Baby Massage
Courses commence: The week starting Monday 27th September generally but check your particular courses when you enrol.
Class times: Confirm at enrolment with individual tutors.
Halloween break: We are closed from Monday 25th October and we will re-open Monday 1st November 2021.
Christmas break: We are closed from Monday 20th December 2021 and we will re-open Tuesday 4th January 2022.
St. Patrick's Day: Closed Thusday 17th March 2022.
Easter break: We close after day-time classes on Holy Thursday 14th April 2022 and re-open Monday 25th April 2022.
Classes are 1.5 hours duration.
Students in the literacy service can avail of tuition of up to 6 hours a week, over 2 to 3 mornings/afternoons, Monday to Friday.
Thursday evening students can avail of 3 hours tuition.
Our Literacy Service provides courses that will improve your Reading, Writing, Numeracy and IT skills for everyday living and employability skills.
We also offer a range of part-time hobby classes such as Pilates, Yoga, Painting & Drawing, Bridge, and Continuing Education classes such as French, Spanish, Irish and many more. Listings, descriptions, times and fees can be found on Hobby & Interest courses.
All KLEAR tutors, both 1-1 and group, are specifically trained to support adult learning. Time is given to students to acquire skills, and tutors are aware that progress is often made in small stages.
All are welcome to drop into the centre 9am - 4pm.
You may qualify if you wish to improve your basic skills for everyday living and further education
you are unemployed and wish to improve your employability skills
you are employed on a CE scheme
Take the Dart to Kilbarrack Dart Station or
Take the H1 (old 29a) to the Raheny Rd./Tesco Shopping Centre stop or
Take the 17a to the Kilbarrack Rd./Railway Bridge stop.