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1 If you see this click for more information Please note: Final remission status will always be confirmed by a member of staff at enrolment this tool is for guidance purposes only. Do I need to pay fees?

2 Is your course a full cost course? Yes If you are unsure please ask a member of the Course and Information Team or phone (01325)

3 Full cost courses tend to be short courses lasting either 1 day or a few weeks and result in a college certificate. Examples of these courses include Spray tanning Hot and cold stone therapy Basic dressmaking Cake decorating However there are additional short course such as the Personal Licence Holders (Award), and Food Safety in Catering that result in an awarding body certificate. All full cost courses are clearly identified on our website and in our prospectus if in doubt please speak to a member of the Course and Information Team. or phone (01325) What is a full cost course?

4 Are you a United Kingdom (UK) European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA) national/citizen?

5 The EEA is defined as all member states of the EU and Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Norway and all the eligible British and EU overseas territories. Switzerland is not part of the formally recognised EEA, but its nationals are similarly eligible under various international treaties. Click below to see the full list. EEA and Dependant Territories

6 EEA and Dependant Territories Page 1 of 2 AnguillaFalkland Islands Antilles (Bonaire, Curacao, Saba, St Eustatius and St Maarten)Finland (including the Aland Islands) ArubaFrance AustriaFrench Guiana (Guyana), BelgiumFrench Polynesia BermudaFrench Southern and Antarctic Territories British Antarctic TerritoryGermany (Including Heligoland) British Indian Ocean TerritoryGibraltar British Virgin IslandsGreece BulgariaGreenland and Faroe Isles Cayman IslandsGuadeloupe, CeutaHenderson Island CroatiaHungary Cyprus (The whole island)Iceland Czech RepublicIreland DenmarkIsle of Man EstoniaItaly

7 EEA and Dependant Territories LatviaRomania LiechtensteinSaint Barthélemy LithuaniaSaint-Pierre et Miquelon LuxembourgSlovakia MadeiraSlovenia MaltaSouth Georgia and the South Sandwich Isles Martinique,Spain MayotteSt Helena and its dependencies MelillaSweden MontserratSwitzerland NetherlandsThe Azores New Caledonia and its dependenciesThe Balearic Islands NorwayThe Canaries Pitcairn, Ducie and Oeno IslandsThe Channel Islands PolandThe Territory of Wallis and Futuna Islands PortugalTurks and Caicos Islands Reunion

8 Are you a non-EEA citizen who has been provided permission by the UK Government to live in the UK, which is not for education purposes?

9 Refugee Status Asylum Seeker (restriction apply please use the information button for full details) Discretionary Leave to Enter/Remain Exceptional Leave to Enter/Remain Indefinite Leave to Enter /Remain Humanitarian protection Do you fall into any of the following categories? Or are you a husband, wife, civil partner or child (family member) of someone who falls into one of the following categories? Co-habiting partners are NOT classed as being family

10 You might fall into another category. Please speak to our Course and Information Team for more help - or phone (01325) Sorry but you do not meet our residency and/or funding requirements. BUT

11 Refugees A refugee recognised by the UK Government. Asylum seekers Asylum seekers who have legally been in the UK while their claim is being considered by the Home Office for longer than six months and no decision has been made You are in the care of the local authority and are receiving local authority support under s23C or s23CA Children Act 1989 or s21 National Assistance Act You are appealing against a decision made by the UK Government against granting refugee status and no decision has been made within six months of lodging the appeal You have been granted support under section 4 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 You will have to provide original evidence and Photo ID at the time of enrolment and must be here for the duration of your course. Definition of categories

12 Are you or have you been ordinarily resident in the UK or EEA for the last 3 years? This does not include the dependant territories of the UK or EEA.

13 Sorry You do not meet our residency criteria to receive funding for your course. However You can still do the course but the fees will be higher than those advertised on our website or in our prospectus Speak to our Course and Information Team to find out more about how much you will pay. or phone (01325)

14 EU/EEA Counties AustriaFrench Guiana (Guyana),LiechtensteinReunion BelgiumGermany (Including Heligoland)LithuaniaRomania BulgariaGibraltarLuxembourgSaint-Pierre et Miquelon CeutaGreeceMadeiraSlovakia CroatiaGuadeloupe,MaltaSlovenia Cyprus (The whole island)HungaryMartinique,Spain Czech RepublicIcelandMelillaSweden DenmarkIrelandNetherlandsSwitzerland EstoniaIsle of ManNorwayThe Azores Finland (and the Aland Islands)ItalyPolandThe Balearic Islands FranceLatviaPortugalThe Canaries The Channel Islands

15 EU/EEA Counties A person is ordinarily resident in a country if they normally live in the country by choice, are allowed to live there by law, and return there after temporary trips outside the country. British armed forces posted outside of the EU are still ordinarily resident in the UK for eligibility purposes. This means that when they return to England, they do not have to be ordinarily resident in England for three years before being eligible. This also applies to the family members of these people.

16 Do you want to study maths or English and have not previously gained a GCSE at grade C or above in the subject?

17 16 – or over 19 – 23 How old will you be on 31 st August prior to when your course starts*? *For those 24 or over it is your age on the first day of your course.

18 If you are on the 31 August prior to the start of your course you will not need to pay any tuition fees Any registration or exam fees will also be covered If you need additional support with travel, books or other equipment please contact our student finance team –(01325) Years Old

19 Is this your first full level 3 qualification? Is this your first full level 2 qualification? 19 – 23 Years Old Is this a course that will help you to be able to progress to a full level 2 qualification? ( you must not already have a full 2 qualification ) None of the above Are you studying for an apprenticeship?

20 What is a full level 2? 5 GCSEs or ‘O’ levels at A*-C 2-3 AS Levels 1A2/A Level NVQ 2 OCR National Certificate What is a full level 3? 2 or more A Levels 4 or more AS levels Access to HE NVQ 3 Subsidiary Diploma 90 Credit Diploma Speak to the course and information team for further guidance or phone (01325) Examples only

21 Excellent news! You are eligible for fee remission under Entitlement Your tuition, registration and certification fees will be paid. You will need to tick the appropriate box on the fees section of the enrolment form. You will sign declaring that you do not already hold a qualification to this level. If you require any additional help with books, travel or equipment please contact the student finance team. Tel: (01325)

22 Do you fall into any of these categories? Studying a TUC Qualification ( You must be a TUC Steward ) Have you recently been released from custody or on a temporary licence In receipt of JSA ( including NIC only ), ESA ( WRAG ), Universal Credits, wider state benefits wanting to enter employment * None of the above * and need help to move into work, progress in work or remove a barrier to getting into work.

23 Do you fall into any of these categories? Studying a TUC Qualification ( You must be a TUC Steward ) Have you recently been released from custody or on a temporary licence In receipt of JSA ( including NIC only ), ESA ( WRAG ), Universal Credits, wider state benefits wanting to enter employment * None of the above * and need help to move into work, progress in work or remove a barrier to getting into work.

24 JSA There are 2 types of Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA). Contributions based (NIC) and income based. Both types are accepted by the college. ESA If you’re ill or disabled, you may receive Employment and Support Allowance (ESA). There are two types of ESA the work-related activity group, where you’ll have regular interviews with an adviser or the support group, where you don’t have interviews. The college accepts both types. Universal Credits Universal Credit is replacing certain benefits in parts of the UK. You may be able to claim if you’re on a low income or out of work. You don’t need to do anything if you’re already claiming any benefits – you’ll be told when Universal Credit will affect you. Wider state benefits wanting to enter employment If you are in receipt of other wider state benefits and are currently unemployed you may be eligible for fee remission. Please speak to a member of the Course and Information Team to identify the wider benefits and whether your benefits are eligible. JSA, ESA and Universal Credits

25 You will need to show evidence of your benefits which must be in date and recent. The evidence must show your name as the person receiving the benefit. Unwaged dependants are not eligible. An unwaged dependant is someone who relies on another person receiving benefits and has no income of their own. You will need to provide Evidence

26 To qualify for remission you must: Over 24 years of age and Have left forces in last 10 years after completing 4 or more years of service or Been medically discharged due to an injury in active service after completing basic training. Ex British Armed Forces

27 However there may be an expectation that your employer will contribute to your tuition. You will need to speak to the Business Development team. Ask your employer to contact them: Tel: (01325) Excellent News! As an apprentice you will not have to pay fees

28 Do you fall into either of these categories Apprentice A level 4 jumper who hasn ’ t achieved a full level 3 None of the above

29 Do you fall into either of these categories Apprentice Ex British Armed Forces None of the above

30 What level qualification are you wishing to study? Level 3 Level 4 or above Higher Education Level 4 Further Education Level 1 or Level 2 Entry Level

31 What subject area are you studying? Sport s or Publi c Servi ces Art and Design Photog raphy Constr uction or Electr ical Heal th and Soci al or Chil dcar e Compu ting Trave l and Touri sm or Busin ess Access to Higher Educat ion Engine ering Motor Vehicle Hair or Beau ty Cate ring or Scie nce Journ alism Media TV / Fil m Games Desig n

32 Art, Design or Photography Is your course one of the following: L3 90 CREDIT DIPLOMA IN ART AND DESIGN L3 SUBSIDIARY DIPLOMA IN PRODUCTION ARTS L3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN ART AND DESIGN FASHION AND TEXTILES GRAPHIC DESIGN PHOTOGRAPHY

33 Hospitality, Catering or Science Is your course one of the following: CG L3 NVQ DIPLOMA IN PROFESSIONAL COOKERY (PATISSERIE & CONFECTIONERY) CG L3 NVQ DIPLOMA IN PROFESSIONAL COOKERY (KITCHEN LARDER) BTEC L3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN SCIENCE BTEC L3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN APPLIED SCIENCE (FORENSICS)

34 Computing or IT Is your course one of the following: BTEC L3 90 CREDIT DIPLOMA IN IT/EXTENDED DIPLOMA GENERAL NETWORKING SOFTWARE FORENSICS

35 Construction or Electrical Installation Is your course one of the following: BTEC L3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN CONSTRUCTION AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT CG L3 DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING STUDIES CG L3 DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

36 Engineering Is your course one of the following: BTEC 90 CREDIT L3 DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING EMTA L3 DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY EDEXCEL L3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING BTEC L3 SUBSIDIARY DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING

37 Hairdressing or Beauty Is your course one of the following: VTCT L3 DIPLOMA IN NAIL TECHNOLOGY VTCT L3 DIPLOMA IN COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES VTCT L3 DIPLOMA IN BEAUTY THERAPY MASSAGE CG VRQ L3 DIPLOMA IN HAIRDRESSING FOR COLOUR TECHNICIANS

38 Motor Vehicle Is your course one of the following: CG L3 DIPLOMA IN VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR

39 Journalism and Media (TV/Film and Games Design) Is your course one of the following: NCTJ L3 DIPLOMA IN JOURNALISM EDEXCEL 90 CREDIT L3 DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE MEDIA PRODUCTION TV AND FILM GAMES DESIGN EDEXCEL L3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE MEDIA PRODUCTION TV AND FILM GAMES DESIGN

40 Health, Social or Childcare Is your course one of the following: CACHE L3 DIPLOMA IN SPECIALIST SUPPORT FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING IN SCHOOLS CACHE L3 DIPLOMA IN EARLY YEARS EDUCATION AND CARE. (EARYLY YEARS EDUCATOR) CACHE L3 DIPLOMA FOR THE EARLY YEARS WORKFORCE BTEC L3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE BTEC L3 90 CREDIT DIPLOMA IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE CPCAB L3 CERTIFICATE IN COUNSELLING SKILLS

41 Travel and Tourism, Business or Professional Management Is your course one of the following: BTEC L3 90 CREDIT DIPLOMA IN TRAVEL AND TOURISM BTEC L3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN TRAVEL AND TOURISM BTEC L3 90 CREDIT DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS BTEC L3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS CMI L3 DIPLOMA IN FIRST LINE MANAGEMENT AAT L3 DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING

42 Sport and Public Services Is your course one of the following: ACTIVEIQ L3 DIPLOMA IN FITNESS INSTRUCTING AND PERSONAL TRAINING. BTEC L3 90 CREDIT DIPLOMA IN SPORT AND EXERCISE SCIENCE BTEC L3 90 CREDIT DIPLOMA IN SPORT BTEC L3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN SPORT VTCT L3 DIPLOMA IN SPORTS EXERCISE HEALTH AND FITNESS VTCT L3 DIPLOMA IN PREVENTING INJURIES IN SPORT AND ACTIVE LEISURE BTEC L3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN SPORT AND EXERCISE SCIENCES BTEC L3 90 CREDIT DIPLOMA IN PUBLIC SERVICE BTEC L3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN PUBLIC SERVICES

43 Your course is eligible for a 24+ Advanced Learning Loan. To find out more about 24+ Advanced learning loans and whether you are eligible click on the logo below. You cannot received a 24+ loan if you have previously had one for the same type or level of qualification. Your loan must be in place prior to you starting your course. If this is not the case you will be required to set up a direct debit until the loan is confirmed. You have to pay fees however

44 Level 4 Further Education Courses Is your course one of the following: AAT L4 DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING CG L4 CERTIFICATE IN TEACHING IN THE LIFELONG LERANING SECTOR VTCT L4 CERTIFICATE IN SPORTS MASSAGE THERAPY

45 If your course is a Higher Education qualification: HNC/HND Foundation Degree (FdA/FdSc) Degree (BA/BSc/BEng/BEd) You will need to apply to Student Finance England for financial support. Level 4 Higher Education Courses

46 Excellent news! Your course is FREE As part of the governments drive to increase the levels of maths and English in the workforce all maths and English courses up to GCSE grade C (or equivalent) are free.

47 Excellent news! Your course is FREE You must be a TUC Steward

48 Excellent news! Your course is FREE You will have to sign a declaration when you come to enrol We may have to undertake a risk assessment before you start

49 Excellent news! Your course is FREE You will need to show evidence of your benefits which must be in date and recent. The evidence must show your name as the person receiving the benefit. Unwaged dependants are not eligible. You will need to tick the appropriate declaration on the fees part of your enrolment form.

50 Excellent news! Your course is FREE You will need to show evidence of your eligibility such as your discharge papers which must contain your discharge date.

51 You will have to pay fees Cheque Cash Pay by instalments 10% Discount for early enrolments A 10% discount will be offered for enrolments completed on or before 31 August 2014 for all Darlington College courses starting between 2 September 2014 and 31 July The discount is only applicable to tuition fees, which must be paid for in full at enrolment. (Exam and registration fees are payable in full and receive no discount). All tuition fees and awarding body costs are non-refundable, unless the course is cancelled by the college. For courses with a duration of more than one year the advertised course fees are for the first year only. Additional fees will be payable for the second year.

52 Ways to pay We have a variety of ways that you can pay Cheque (accompanied by a cheque guarantee card) Credit/Debit Card Cash We accept all major credit cards:

53 Ways to pay Payment plan Darlington College offers an instalment payment plan for tuition fees. You are required to pay 25% of the tuition fee at the point of enrolment along with the examination and registration fees. The remaining 75% of the tuition fee will be collected in monthly instalments by direct debit concluding one month before the end of the course. Failure to make payment on the due date will result in all outstanding fees being immediately due. Continued failure to pay course fees may result in your removal from the course of study. If you withdraw from your course before completion you will still be liable for payment of all outstanding fees.

54 Contact our Course and Information Team for further guidance on whether or not you are –Able to study at Darlington College –Able to get fee remission or phone (01325) You may still be eligible


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