Coláiste Stiofáin Naofa has been involved in Adult and Further Education since 1986, offering an exciting and innovative range of specialist courses. At present there are over 40 full-time courses in the College in areas such as Adult Education, Applied Horticulture, Art & Design, Business, Computing and Information Technology, Engineering & Applied Technology, Performing Arts, Media & Radio, Science, Social Studies, Sports & Recreation, Tourism, as well as a wide range of part-time courses. The main awarding body for these courses is the Further Education and Training Awards Council (FETAC).
A recent multi-million euro extension and refurbishment programme now provides the college with a state of the art lecture theatre and library, a full sized astor-turf pitch, a music recording studios and radio station, a photography lab and glasshouses, as well as extra classrooms and office space.
The College prides itself in recognising lifelong learning and the skills to be gained by involvement in extra-curricular activities. Students are actively encouraged to participate in the extensive and lively array of clubs and societies available in the College.