Fully Funded Programmes
Adult Education Budget 19 plus
We deliver fully funded courses to individuals, organisations and the local communities. Funding is available for individuals who are seeking employment and those in employment earning under £21,157.50, subject to eligibility.
Government funded accredited courses in personal development and employability, equality and diversity, customer service, hospitality, retail, information and communication technology and essential digital skills qualifications (EDSQ) for work will improve one's chances of securing employment in the respective industries. These course are delivered at Level 1 to Level 3.
Employers and organisations can utilise government funding to upskill their employees. Courses are delivered online by skilled and experienced tutors and trainers involving 30 to 120 hours of guided learning hours. You do not need to travel to attend lectures in a classroom, you can participate from the comfort of your home.
These fully funded courses are available to all learners aged 19 and over and living in Greater London Authority Area.
* All Ukrainian adults and their family members supported through the Ukraine Family Scheme and Ukraine Sponsorship Scheme are immediately eligible for FE 19+ funding and are exempt from the 3-year residency requirement.
You will receive a £50 amazon voucher when you complete your course.
Work and Health Programme
The Work and Health Programme helps you find and keep a job if you're out of work. It's voluntary - unless you've been out of work and claiming unemployment benefits for 24 months.
You could be eligible if you live in England or Wales and you're:
- Out of work and have claimed unemployment benefits for 24 months
- A carer or former carer
- A former member of the armed forces or an armed forces reservist
- The partner of a current or former member of the armed forces
- A care leaver
- A young person in a gang
- A refugee
- A victim of domestic violence
- Dependent (or have been dependent) on drugs or alcohol and it's preventing you from getting work
- An ex-offender and you've completed a custodial or community sentence
- An offender serving a community sentence.
You don't have to be getting benefits to apply.
What you'll get
You'll get personal support to help you:
- identify your employment needs
- match your skills to work that's available
- put you in touch with employers
- find long-term employment
- get training to help you find work
- manage health problems to reduce their impact on work
How to apply
Ask your work coach if you're eligible. If you don't have a work coach, go to your local jobcentre plus and ask to speak with a work couch about the Work and Health programme.
Alternatively, get in touch with us and we will assist and support you.
For enrolment on the respective programmes or if you have any further questions,
Joe: 07949 351 956
Ronnie: 07745 984 930