Are there costs associated with AAT apprenticeships?

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edited December 2014 in Apprenticeships
AAT apprenticeships are an affordable alternative to university and in many cases won’t cost you a penny.

For the most part, if you’re between the ages 16-18 all your course fees will be funded by the Government, and even if you’re over the age of 18 half your fees will be covered.

For those over 25, there’s still the possibility of funding depending on your circumstances. And don’t forget, while you’re an apprentice you’ll be earning a wage so essentially you’re being paid to study.

There’s a fair amount of ‘small print’ when it comes to details – eligibility will vary depending on your region and age, and other circumstances may come into consideration. The good thing is it’s usually something your employer and training provider will look after, so once you’ve found your apprenticeship you won’t need to worry about it.

If you'd like specific information on funding though, you can find details for each region at these links: If you're not going to be studying under an apprenticeship, these threads from this forum may be useful: Next steps

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