This article seeks to develop norms for the use of the Consortium to Establish a Registry for Alzheimer's Disease Neuropsychological (CERAD-NP) in an Irish sample, and to assess the impact of age and education on performance. A survey style design was employed. Norms for the sample (N = 99) are compared to norms reported in United States, Australian, and Finnish studies. Performance was largely in keeping with US and Australian, but not Finnish, samples. Education level was found to affect memory and constructional praxis. The norms reported in the original US study seem appropriate to the Irish context, with the exception of confrontational naming. As this dimension has been found to be beneficial in differentiating mild Alzheimer's Disease from normal aging, this should be taken into consideration when using the battery.