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Take Control Of Your Future
 
Did you know that if you are aged 24 and over, you could be eligible for an Advanced Learning Loan. If you're looking to progress onto a Level 3 QCF, an Advanced Loan is a straightforward and stress free way to develop your career.
 
Why an Advanced Learning Loan?
Here are a few reasons why.
 
1. Develop New Skills.
2. Further Your Career.
3. No Credit Search.
4. Low Interest Rates.
 
What's On Offer?
 
Health and Social Care Level 3 QCF
This course is suitable for those in a Supervisory role; below are some of the units that are covered.
 
1. Principles of implementing duty of care in health and social care or young peoples setting.
2. Promote person - centred approaches in health and social care.
3. Provide support to maintain and develop skills for everyday life.

 

 
Benefits Of This Course?
1. Service Quality - Staff develop a professional culture which leads to highly skilled and competent workers, providing higher standards of care and support.
2. Safety -  Provide reassurance about workers confidence and competence in a social care setting.
 
Children and Young Peoples Workforce Level 3 QCF
This course is ideal for anyone that works or would like to work within a Children and Young People's setting. Some of the units covered in this level are.
 
1. Safeguarding the wellbeing of children and young people.
2. Promote Equality and Inclusion.
3. Promote Learning and Development in children and young people.
 
Benefits Of This Course?
1. Great Career prospects.
2. Pathways to other Careers.
 

See the table below for examples of what you would repay, depending on salary band:

 

                         

 

 

So, if you’re paid monthly and earn £2,500 before tax you would repay 9% of the difference between what you earn and what the individual threshold is: £2,500 - £1,750 = £7509% of £750 = £67.50Your loan repayment would be £67 in that month. If your income drops or rises, for example if you receive a bonus, your repayment amount will automatically change to reflect this. You can make voluntary repayments at any time to pay off your loan more quickly.

 

  • If you’re self-employed you’ll be responsible for making student loan repayments as part of your annual self-assessment tax return.
  • If you’re employed, you don’t need to do anything. Your employer will take your repayments directly off your salary as they do with tax and national insurance contributions.
  • If you stop working, your repayments will stop and only start again when your income is more than £21,000 a year.
  • You’ll be due to start repaying your loan in the April after you leave or finish your course –whichever comes first. If you leave or finish your course before April 2016, you won’t start making repayments until after this date.
  • Any loan remaining 30 years after you’re due to start making repayments will be wiped.

 

   Key questions on the advanced learning loan

Contact us for more information or call 0800 32 88 331