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Thurrock Adult Community College
The lists below show who is entitled to receive support from funding.
Qualification courses – fee remission
For adults aged 19 and over who are:
- English and maths learners up to Level 2
- getting Job Seekers Allowance (JSA)
- getting work-related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
- getting Universal Credit, earning less than £338 each month as an individual, or £541 each month as a household, and put into a work-related activity group by JobCentre Plus
- getting an income-based benefit, earning less than £338 each month, actively seeking employment, and booking a course that is directly relevant to their employment prospects and the local labour market's needs
- first full Level 2 – 19 to 23 year-olds only, for approved qualifications
- first full Level 3 – 19 to 23 year-olds only, for approved qualifications
- GCSE English and maths students who do not already have an A-C grade in either GCSE or O-Level
- aged over 65 and not in full-time employment
- employed or self-employed and earn less than £15,736.50 annual gross salary, regardless of number of hours worked, for courses up to Level 2
Non-qualification courses – reduced fees
For adults aged 19 and over who:
- get Job Seekers Allowance (JSA)
- get work-related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
- get Universal Credit, earning less than £338 each month, and put into a work-related activity group by JobCentre Plus
- are aged over 65 and not in full-time employment
Concessionary rates apply for adults who receive other income-related benefits.
Also for unwaged dependants of a person who gets one of the above benefits.
All the information above is subject to change.