Is City and Guilds Recognised in Scotland?

City & Guilds is a recognised Credit Rating Body in Scotland, this means we can develop our own credit rated qualifications and training programmes and place them on the SCQF.

Can the Jobcentre pay for courses?

Your Jobcentre work coach will tell you what training you can do. If you’re claiming other benefits or cannot get free training through your job centre, you may be able to get funding from colleges and training providers.

Can I get funding for a level 4 course?

A Levels. You can apply for a loan to fund each course you take towards your A Levels – up to a maximum of 4 A Levels. This means you can have up to 8 loans if you’re taking each A Level as 2 separate courses. The courses must be in the same subject to qualify for a full A Level.

What is City and Guilds Level 3 equivalent to?

City & Guilds Level 3 Diplomas are designed to support progression to employment, higher/advanced apprenticeships, or higher education. Progression to higher education is generally within the vocational area of the qualification and may be to a foundation degree.

Can I do a City and Guilds course online?

City & Guilds offer a full breadth of Building Services Industry teaching and learning resources, including textbooks and online resources. Broaden your students learning options with City & Guilds interactive digital learning. We have developed flexible, relevant and engaging programmes to support you.

Can you get funding for a level 3 course?

You must have been 24 or over when you started your course, and studying on a Level 3 (for example, A-levels) or Level 4 course (eg, a higher national certificate HNC) at an approved English college or training provider. You can apply for up to four loans, but you can only get one at a time.

Is the UK government funding City and Guilds?

City & Guilds provides a wide selection of market leading qualifications and many of them are fully funded by the UK Government. We understand that accessing funding for qualifications in England can be complex and sometimes a confusing task.

How long has city and Guilds been in Scotland?

City & Guilds is part of the City & Guilds Group – a group of six businesses all focused on giving individuals, businesses and economies the skills they need to progress. We’ve been operating in Scotland since 1996, working with government, employers, colleges and training providers and trainees across key sectors.

Why was the city and Guilds skills fund created?

Created in response to the impact of the pandemic on London’s labour market, the new £50K London Bursary Skills fund aims to remove barriers to help Londoners quickly upskill and find work Today, the City & Guilds Foundation – part of skills organisation City…

Is the city and Guilds Foundation a bursary panel?

The City & Guilds Foundation bursary panel has the final say on the amount of funding available for bursaries and who receives grants. Not eligible? Please see a list of other organisations offering bursaries, many in partnership with City & Guilds Group, as well as funding directories below.