Schools & Colleges

This page provides a summary of the schools and colleges for which WWETB currently has responsibility, with contact information for each.

(Clicking on a school’s photo will bring you to that school’s main page on this site, while clicking on the listing for website will take you to the school’s own Internet page)



Bridgetown College

Principal  Mr Adrian Power
Deputy Principal Ms Anne Cullen
Address Bridgetown, Co. Wexford, Y35 R628
phone 053 9135257

Bunclody Vocational College

Bunclody Vocational College

Principal Mr James Murphy
Deputy Principal Ms Sandra O’Toole
Address Irish Street, Bunclody, Co. Wexford, Y21 FW99
phone 053 9377590



Coláiste Abbáin

Principal Mr John Nolan
Deputy Principal Ms Lorraine Simmons
Address Adamstown, Co. Wexford, Y21 K039
phone 053 9240564


Coláiste an Átha

Coláiste an Átha

Principal Ms Elizabeth Martin
Deputy Principal Mr Diarmuid O’Hanlon
Address Kilmuckridge, Gorey, Co. Wexford, Y25 C952
phone 053 9130169

Colaiste Chathall Naofa

Dungarvan College – Coláiste Dhún Garbhán

Principal Mr Danny Cunningham
Deputy Principal Mr Jason Ryan
Address Youghal Road, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, X35 PV34
phone 058 41184


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Creagh College

Principal Mr Paul Glynn
Deputy Principal Mr Declan O’Toole
Ms Janet Wallace
Ms Linda Furlong 
Address Creagh, Gorey, Co. Wexford, Y25 V6Y9
phone 053 9484035


Enniscorthy Vocational College

Enniscorthy Community College

Principal Dr Iain Wickham
Deputy Principals Ms Christina Merriman
  Ms Margaret Kinsella
Address Milehouse Road, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Y21 YX56
phone 053 9234185



Kennedy College

Principal Ms Sarah Roche
Deputy Principal Ms  Mary Whelan
Address New Ross, Co. Wexford, Y34 YW08
phone 051 421278


Meánscoil san Nioclás

Meánscoil san Nioclás

Principal Ms Gráinne Ni Lubaigh
Deputy Principal Mr Pádraig Ó Murchadha
Address An Rinn, Dún Garbhán, Co. Phort Láirge, X35 RF24
phone 058 46464


Selskar College

Selskar College

Principal Ms Denise Lennon Hennessy
Deputy Principal Mr John Connolly 
Address Westgate, Wexford, Y35 RY27
phone 053 9122753


St. Declan's Community College

St. Declan’s Community College

Principal Ms Gráinne Walsh
Deputy Principal Ms Elaine Murray
  Ms Eleanor Uí Chatháin
Address Kilmacthomas, Co. Waterford, X42 W702
phone 051 294100


St. Paul's Community College

St. Paul’s Community College

Principal Ms Fiona Mc Donnell
Deputy Principal Mr Keith Bailey 
Address Browne’s Road, Waterford, X91 TX24
phone 051 355816


Waterford College of Further Education

Waterford College of Further Education

Principal Ms Noreen Reilly
Deputy Principal Mr Michael Normoyle
Deputy Principal Mr Ger Doyle 
Address Parnell Street, Waterford, X91 UKT9
phone 051 874053
fax 051 870136


Post Leaving Cert (PLC)

The Post Leaving Certificate (PLC) or Cúrsa Iar Ard-Teistiméarachta programme is a full-time programme for young people who have completed their Leaving Certificate and adults returning to education. PLC courses are mostly provided in ETB schools with some provision in voluntary secondary and community and comprehensive schools. PLC programmes generally lead to Major FETAC awards made by Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) at NFQ-Level5 or NFQ-Level 6

PLC courses are full-time and last for one to two years. They offer a mixture of practical work, academic work and work experience. They are designed as a step towards skilled employment and, as such, they are closely linked to industry and its needs. Post Leaving Certificate courses adopt an integrated approach, focusing on technical knowledge, core skills and work experience. Almost half of the time spent on these courses is devoted to knowledge and skill training related to employment, with a further quarter spent on relevant work-based experience.

Disciplines A wide range of disciplines are covered including business, electronics engineering, computing, catering, sport and leisure, theatre and stage, performance art, art craft and design, multi-media studies, journalism, tourism, marketing, childcare and community care, hairdressing and beauty care, applied science, horticulture etc.

How to Apply Students may join the programme by contacting the relevant school offering the PLC course As the courses are work-related, you will probably be called for an interview before a final selection is made. These interviews are often quite informal and offer you the opportunity to discuss your particular interest in the course.

Progression Under the Higher Education Links scheme, places on selected courses in the Institutes of Technology are allocated on the basis of attainment achieved in awards by candidates on PLC courses. Details are available from the school principal or guidance counsellor or from FETAC

Grants A maintenance grant scheme for which PLC students are able to apply is available. The maintenance scheme is means tested and grants are paid along the same lines as the current third level student support schemes. Grant application forms are available from You may be eligible for a means-tested student grant or a Back to Education Allowance, depending on your circumstances.

Cost Please contact the relevant College for cost details. You do not have to pay the contribution if:

Colleges offering PLC courses usually also have a ‘course charge’ to cover such expenses as books, uniforms, student services, professional registration fees and exam fees. The amount varies from college to college. Students who are exempted from the participant contribution will still have to pay the course charge.

WWETB colleges that offer PLC courses

Coláiste Abbáin, Adamstown

Enniscorthy Community College, Enniscorthy

Coláiste an Átha, Kilmuckridge

Kennedy College, New Ross

Dungarvan College – Coláiste Dhún Garbhán

Selskar College, Wexford

Bridgetown College, Bridgetown

St Pauls Community College, Waterford

Bunclody Vocational College, Bunclody

Waterford College of Further Education, Waterford


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