Sabreena Rehman, 17, gets pounds 30 a week EMA and Louise Cooney, 24, and Hayley McIntyre, 21, both get a pounds 10 Adult Learning Grant
(ALG), which is given to students aged over 19.
You could get financial help through a number of different programmes - like the Adult Learning Grant
or Professional and Career Development Loans.
A Merseyside farmer's wife has put her muddy wellies to one side to enter the glamorous world of beauty with financial support from an Adult Learning Grant
The Learning and Skills Council is hoping to persuade people to add pounds to their bank balances by applying for an Adult Learning Grant
The Adult Learning Grant
(ALG) could give you up to pounds 30 a week while you take your first full Level 2 or Level 3 qualification.
The access course has expanded my knowledge, increased my motivation and given me the incentive to study at degree level, something I've always wanted but never thought possible." For many people, financial concerns are a barrier to preventing them from returning into learning, but help is at hand through the Learning and Skills Council's (LSC) Adult Learning Grant
(ALG), a weekly grant of up to pounds 30 to help people cover the extra costs of learning.
An Adult Learning Grant
could provide you with up to pounds 30 a week to study for your first full Level 2 or 3 qualification - a vocational or academic-based course up to the equivalent of Five good GCSEs (Level 2) or A-Levels (Level 3).
THOUSANDS of adult education returners in the region could be missing out on the Government's adult learning grant
because of a lack of awareness.
A key platform of the White Paper is the offer of free tuition to any adult to achieve a level 2 qualification and the piloting of an adult learning grant
providing support for adults studying full-time to achieve level 2.
"I don't get the education maintenance allowance because I'm too old, and I don't get an Adult Learning Grant
because I have a Level 3 qualification so it looked like I might have to leave as I had no income or financial support.
But, with the help of an Adult Learning Grant
from the Learning and Skills Council, Donna, from Rubery, is able to go back to the classroom to get the skills and qualifications she needs.
I'M ABSOLUTELY livid at the way my daughter had been treated by the Adult Learning Grant
. She's nearly 21 in her third year and she qualifies this year to be a nursery assistant.