Level 3 Free Courses for Jobs Offer

The Level 3 Free Courses for Jobs Offer aims to help adults to train and gain the valuable skills they need to improve their job prospects and support the economy. 

A Level 3 is equivalent to an advanced technical certificate or diploma, or A-levels.

The qualifications could help you:

  • gain skills that employers value
  • improve your job prospects
  • earn a good wage

If you are 19 and over and have not already achieved a full Level 3 qualification you may be entitled to full funding (free course) for a Level 3 course. You will have to declare you have yet to achieve a full level 3 qualification and this will be cross checked against your Unique Learner Number (ULN)

OR

If you are 19 and over you may be entitled to full funding (free course) for a Level 3 course if you are:-

  • Unemployed & in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance
  • Unemployed & in receipt of Employment & Support Allowance
  • Unemployed, in receipt of any state benefit and the take home pay is less than £345 or £552 (joint claim) AND you want to be employed or move into sustainable employment. 
  • In receipt of Universal Credit, and the take home pay indicated on the Monthly Award Notice is less than £345 or £552 (joint claim). 
  • Earning less than the London Living Wage – £23,302.50 (annual gross salary).

Evidence will be required

Take a look at our eligible courses

London Recovery Flexibility

The Level 3 London Recovery Flexibility supports the London recovery in respect of the COVID-19 pandemic.

A Level 3 is equivalent to an advanced technical certificate or diploma, or A-levels.

The qualifications could help you:

  • gain skills that employers value
  • improve your job prospects
  • earn a good wage

You may be fully funded (free course) to undertake a Level 3 qualification if you are over 19, live in a London Borough and are enrolled onto a level 3 vocational qualification, of no more than 12 months, that is designed to provide progression to work

AND YOU ARE

  • Unemployed & in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance
  • Unemployed & in receipt of Employment & Support Allowance
  • Unemployed, in receipt of any state benefit and the take home pay is less than £345 or £552 (joint claim) AND you want to be employed or move into sustainable employment. 
  • In receipt of Universal Credit, and the take home pay indicated on the Monthly Award Notice is less than £345 or £552 (joint claim). 
  • Earning less than the London Living Wage – £23,302.50 (annual gross salary).

This is only applicable to certain courses, and evidence will need to be provided.

Take a look at our eligible courses

Financial Support with the Learner Support Fund

If you have any questions please email: student.finance@morleycollege.ac.uk

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