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Funding Advice

Funding advice for students wishing to qualify as Human Givens Practitioners

The College is registered with the Skills Funding Agency as a Career Development provider, this means that students wishing to undertake the Human Givens Diploma course can apply for a loan of up to £10,000. How long you will take to pay it back is agreed when applying for the loan, it can be repaid over 12 to 60 months or in a lump sum.  Repayment of the loan starts one month after the course has been completed, and you have two years in which to complete the course.

In order to see how to go about applying for a Career Development Loan log on to https://www.gov.uk/career-development-loans/overview

The College is also able to offer students an interest free payment plan to pay for the Part II fees.  An agreement would be put in place when enrolling for the fees to be paid by standing order in equal monthly amounts, the last and final payment to be made one month before the commencement of the first week of the course.

Another source of funding is charities and foundations some of whom have bursaries.  If you have any connection with a charity it would be worthwhile exploring funding possibilities with them.  For those students who are employed, it is always worth approaching employers to see if they would be willing to support your acquisition of the very useful skills taught on the courses.

If you would like to discuss any aspect of enrolling on the Human Givens courses please do not hesitate to contact the College Registrar Mark Thomas at mark@hgcollege.com or by telephone 01323 811690.

 

 


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