Fully funded subject to meeting the eligibility criteria:
*EEA nationals will need to have obtained either pre settlement or settled status and provide evidence of this.
Funding is through the Adult Education Budget which is provided by the Education and Skills Funding Agency.
Yes, our free courses are a great way to improve your CV and get into work.
No, this is a distance learning course, which means everything can be completed at work or at home.
Yes! All of our Level 2 courses are 100% online.
No, there are no exams, all courses require you to complete assessment questions based on the knowledge you have just gained from the units.
Yes, every learner will be allocated a tutor / assessor who will support you throughout their course and provide valuable feedback against your assessments. You will be able to discuss any queries or concerns with your tutor / assessor.
As the majority of courses are online you will need access to a computer and the internet.
Yes, all courses are accredited by a recognised awarding body, and on successful completion of your course you will receive a certificate.
All of our courses are accredited by UK government-recognised awarding bodies.
These include NCFE CACHE and TQUK, with whom we work closely to ensure our existing courses, and all new ones, meet approved standards of excellence and are certified as
NCFE CACHE and TQUK are national awarding organisations that design, develops and certifies nationally recognised qualifications and awards.
You can complete up 5 courses in one year, however you can only do one at a time so you must finish one before moving onto the next.
Absolutely, please feel free to pass out details onto your family, friends and colleagues.
The courses are designed to allow learners to fit their learning around their employment obligations and can be completed in a number of weeks or months, depending on the level.
Our shorter courses are often completed within 3 weeks, whilst our longer lasting courses can take up to 3 months.
You can only take one course at a time but you can take up to 5 in one academic year.