Funding for your Courses

If you want general information on funding to support your learning, why not go to www.direct.gov.uk/adultlearning.

Have you been affected by the recession?

If so, you can get help. Here are some places to look for funding available to UK residents.

1. Funding Support for Redundancy

If you are recently made redundant you may be eligible for Government funding, through the Department of Work and Pensions. Contact your local JobCentre Plus and discuss your training requirements with a member of the Rapid Response Team.

2. Real Help Now

Find out about the Government's Real Help Now agenda, which outlines what Government help is available and about its plans to get Britain through the recession.

3.The Consultancy Home Counties (TCHC)

If you are living or working within the Home Counties (Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk) then you may be eligible to claim up to 1000 (VAT incl) worth of training, through their Response to Redundancy programme. The programme is part of the Beyond 2010 programmed and funded by the East of England Development Agency with co-founding from the European Social Fund.

 

4. Directory of Social Change

See details of 3,500+ trusts with over 362 million available each year for individuals in need. We'd recommend looking at Grants for Individuals or Grants for the public and voluntary sectors.

Enfield Community Learning Service

Enfield Community Learning Service is located within the Education Learning and Community Services Division of the Department for Education, Children’s Services and Leisure of the London Borough of Enfield.

The Service is responsible for providing a wide range of learning opportunities and personal development support for adults, young people and children through its programmes of adult education, family learning, employability skills and study support including Playing for Success.

For the Community Learning, this means providing high quality learning opportunities and the best possible match between the learning opportunities available to adults to enrich their potential for personal development, maintenance of social cohesion and the creation of prosperity.

What this offers you
Futuretrend have a number of courses in Media Design being part funded by the Enfield Community Learning Service. This means that courses normally priced between £150 to £300 are being brought down to around half price with further reductions to those on benefits.

Applicant must be resident in the UK or another European Union Country for the past 3 years and over 19 years of age.

For more information please contact us on 020 8443 2888