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Lifelong learning enrolment and course fees

Details on how, where and when to enrol.

Enrolment

From 3 September 2018 onwards.

Fees

To be advised.

How to pay

All course fees must be paid at enrolment. Payment can be made by cash or debit/credit card. Discounts are available for people receiving the following benefits (the discounted price is 50% of the full price):

  • Income Support and Job Seekers Allowance
  • Working Tax Credit
  • Child Tax Credit
  • Pension Credit
  • Housing Benefit and Council Tax Reduction
  • Employment and Support Allowance
  • Universal Credit

You will need to show proof of benefits at enrolment otherwise you won't be eligible for any concessions and must pay the full cost of the course.

Classes which are not viable may be withdrawn or discontinued at the discretion of the service manager. Students are required to provide their own materials, ingredients, textbooks and stationery.

We reserve the right to restrict entry to classes with a high demand.

For cookery, there will be a small charge for tasting sessions.

Attendance

Unexplained non-attendance may result in your place being offered to another student.

Refunds

If the lifelong learning service cancels a class or moves a group to a different day, time or venue and this is unacceptable, the enrolment fee will be refunded in full. Other than these circumstances, the lifelong learning service will not normally provide refunds. An administration fee will be charged for refunds. 

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