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Learners aged 24 can apply for Advanced Learning Loan, etc.

Flexible training

We offer flexible part-time training and you can start the qualification at any time of the year at our training venues, at your workplace during weekdays and weekends.


Apprenticeship Funding

Learners can take advantage of free and subsidised training Earn and learn at the same time with an Apprenticeship, it is an excellent way of gaining workplace experience, practical skills and qualification.


Working over 30 hours a week in a childcare setting Been resident in the UK for a minimum of 3 years Have ‘leave to remain’ in the UK Don’t hold a UK-recognised degree

We offer Apprentice training courses throughout the year, so apply NOW or call our team for expert guidance, advice and information, to help you find exactly the right course or career path, we will support you to find a placement and the training will be fully funded by the Skills Funding Agency (SFA).

Funding Training

Learners who are aged 24 can apply for Advanced Learning Loan to pay some or all of the tuition costs. No payment is required upfront and nothing is repaid unless you are earning £21,000pa.

Tutorials and support sessions also available as part of the course. We work to a flexible timetable, visits take place within your own work place, and at a time that suits both you and your setting. We may have limited funding available for suitable candidates. We also cater for larger groups of client’s, organisations and apprentices, in specific areas.

Loan Information

Most learners studying at level 3 and level 5, will qualify for a study loans from the UK government. There’s no credit check Your household income isn’t taken into account You won’t have to pay anything back until your income is over £21,000 a year.


Living in the UK on the first day of your course Have lived in the UK, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man for three years Not studying with a college or training organisation in England on approved public funding.


The loan amount you can get depends on the tuition fees charged by your college or training organisation and maximum amounts set by the Government. The minimum loan amount is £300. You can take out a loan for the maximum amount to cover your tuition fee or you can pay all or part of the tuition fee yourself.

Applying is Easy

You can apply now for a loan for courses starting between 1 August 2013 and 31 July 2014. Apply online or download an application form at Student Loan Form

Repayment of Loan?

Student Finance England (SFE) will pay your agreed tuition fees to your college or training organisation once they have confirmed your attendance on the course. You can apply for more than one qualification. Once you have completed your course, you’ll be eligible to apply for more 24+ Advanced Learning Loans (up to a total of four loans) to help you progress in your studies.

Your monthly repayments will be based on your income, not what you borrowed.


Your monthly repayments would be:

£7.50 a month - if you earned £22,000 a year
£30 a month - if you earned £25,000 a year

  1. If you’re self-employed you’ll be responsible for making student loan repayments as part of your annual self-assessment tax return.
  2. 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.
  3. If you stop working, your repayments will stop and only start again when your income is more than £21,000 a year.















































ABC Training London Ltd
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ABC Training London Ltd,
BH House,
77A Lewisham High Street, LONDON.
SE13 5JX
07595 371 241