Mallow College of Further Education

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Student Supports

Supports for Learners with Specific Learning Difficulties, Health Conditions and/or Disabilities Mallow College of Further Education is committed to the provision of equal opportunity in education and to ensuring that students with a disability have complete access to all aspects of college life as can be reasonably accommodated. Applicants who may have special requirements should email or call the college Disability Support Officer at info​@mallowcollege.ie or (022)43309 prior to applying for a course. Upon registering, students should immediately make an appointment with the Guidance Counsellor to discuss their needs and bring appropriate documentation with them. If you have a specific learning difficulty or disability, the College may be able to apply for funding to provide assistance and support for you… Read More

Student Services

Career & Guidance Counselling Service The Career and Guidance Counselling Service at Mallow College of Further Education is a professional and confidential service aimed at providing support to learners in their educational, career and personal development. The Guidance Counsellor, Suzanne Powell, is available for one-to-one consultations with learners and provides workshops and information sessions to class groups throughout the academic year. You can make an appointment to see the Guidance Counsellor to seek support in any of the following areas: Educational Guidance & Counselling: Study Skills, Examination Techniques, Stress Management, Further Study Options, CAO & UCAS Applications, Grants & Funding information. Career Guidance & Counselling: C.V. Writing, Cover Letters, Application Forms, Job Search Skills, Transferable Skills Audit, Career Management, Interview… Read More