FACILITIES

The College is a developing learning environment and is continually upgrading and improving its classrooms, laboratories, salons and computer rooms to ensure first class facilities for its students. Internet and computer access is available to all as well as supervised study in the Study Hall. The College has its own on-site canteen.

TEL

We have a long tradition of leadership in education and we are now providing online access to a range of learning materials on our courses. This gives you the opportunity to learn and explore certain topics in greater depth, take part in interactive content in your own time, and connect with your class in some cases with discussion forums regardless of your physical location. Our aim is to continue to develop this offering across a number of subject areas and in our employment advice and guidance service – the Jobs Hub.
Using Moodle, a world leading Virtual Learning Space, teachers can offer course material online using interactive learning and testing tools and linking to the breadth of multimedia content available online. Assignments can be submitted online and a range of devices can be used to access your course content, from anywhere and at any time. Letting you study and submit your assignments at your own speed and at a time that suits you best.

THE PURPLE POD

Some of our courses are enhanced by the opportunity to work in The Purple Pod, a simulated work environment, giving students a chance to work with the pressures and deadlines of every day work.

NON-ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES
The college promotes student involvement in sports and other social activities. A huge range of activities are provided, examples include, rugby, golf, horse riding, basketball, tennis, spinning, zumba dancing, yoga, pilates, watersports and sailing. The college participates in the Colleges and Universities outdoor soccer league and runs an inter class indoor soccer competition. Students can also participate on CETB basketball and GAA football and hurling teams. Participation in these activities offers students the opportunities to enjoy the physical, social and health benefits associated with these pursuits. Most activities are completely free and are great fun.

STUDY AND COMPUTER FACILITIES – STUDY HALL

Monday – Wednesday: 7:30am – 9:45pm
Thursday – Friday: 7:30am -5:30pm

SUPPORT AND GUIDANCE

A free confidential guidance and career counselling service is available to support learners. Study advisors are also available to assist with the transition back to study or to improve existing study techniques.

CANTEEN

Opening hours: Monday – Thursday: 8:30am – 3:00pm Friday: 8:30am – 1:00pm

MOODLE

With Moodle, you have 24 hour access to online access to your College Moodle account. Log on here: http://corkcollegeofcommerce.wholeschoolvle.com/login/index.php

OFFICE 365

While you are a registered student with us, we will provide you with free access to Office 365 (Word, Excel, Outlook, OneNote and PowerPoint). Register or log on here: https://login.microsoftonline.com/

CUDDLES CRÈCHE

Cuddles Crèche is a community purpose built Cork ETB Crèche facility, situated within the Douglas Street Educational Services centre on 107 Douglas Street. We cater for children from 6 months to 6 years of age, in a safe, secure and warm environment. Our rooms are developmentally designed while the curriculum is Play Based and relates to Aistear, the National Childhood Curriculum Framework. We have a generous outdoor play area which we access in all weathers! Hot dinners are provided daily, along with daily snacks.

Opening times: Monday – Friday Full Daycare: 08:15 – 17:15 Mornings: 8:30 – 12:30 Afternoons:13:15 -17:00.

We are registered with Túsla, the Child and Family Agency and we are members of Early Childhood Ireland. We operate the ECCE, CETS, CCSP and CCSP Universal schemes. For bookings and further information email: creche@stjohnscollege.ie. Phone: 021 425 5566

STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL

The College encourages students to participate fully in the Student Representative Council. Students elect representatives from each class group to this Council. The management team in the college regularly meets with council representatives and values their contributions greatly. Two members of the Student Representative Council are elected annually onto the College Board of Management.