Queen's College's Centre for Further Education (C.F.E.) became operational on October 2nd, 1989 under the leadership of Mr. Philip Cash, who served as the first Dean. Its fundamental aim was to provide educational opportunities to students and adults by offering part-time courses to improve their qualifications and subsequently, to further develop their careers.
After Mr. Cash was appointed principal of Q.C. the CFE never had another full time Dean. The CFE programmes continued with varied periods of high registration contrasted with times when the CFE programme was somewhat inactive.
In January 2016, the Q.C. Board of Governors made a decision to move the CFE programme back into active status and appointed Dr. Reginald Eldon to spearhead the plan to build CFE into the fourth section of Queen’s College. In August 2016, the department was officially relaunched under his leadership as Dean.
To this end, Queen's College C.F.E. offers professional and personal development courses and workshops. In addition, the department coordinates PSAT and SAT preparatory classes as well as Foundation and Primary Years Afternoon Enrichment programs.
A dedicated team of professionals continue to run and develop the centre. The QC-CFE office is located in the white two-story building on the immediate right side of the north entrance when entering the campus.