Enhanced Learning Credits Courses
With our experience in the military, humanitarian and commercial areas of supply chain, we believe that we have a unique insight into the recruitment requirements of companies and humanitarian organisations. Get expert information with our Enhanced Learning Credits Courses, or also known as ELC Courses.
- We want to help improve your employability in the commercial sector
- As part of our commitment to a full customer service, we provide access to a leading career coach who would be happy to advise on your next career move, how to tailor your C.V to specific job applications and preparation for that all-important interview. ELC courses are a great addition to have on your C.V.
During our Enhanced Learning Credits Courses, you will be learning a range of skills, or demonstrating how your existing skills can transfer to the commercial or humanitarian sectors. Improving your employability within those areas.
We provide access to a career coach who will be able to help you through your course and advise you on your next career move including how to tailor your CV for specific job roles. They can also give you all the preparation you will need for your interview, as they have a number of years carrying out ELC Courses.
The learning programmes offered by Logistics Learning Alliance through the ELC Courses (Enhanced Learning Credits Courses) funding scheme include:
The Courses on offer with LLA through the ELC funding scheme are:
Supported through professional learning you will gain a broad understanding of Supply Chains and Logistics for employment in the humanitarian sector.
For more experienced logisticians, this programme will Certify your Humanitarian Supply Chain Management skills to help you through a career with many of the leading humanitarian aid agencies.
Gain a Level 3 CILT certificate in Logistics & Transport with LLA and you’ll be on your way to becoming a Supervisor or maybe even a First Line Manager.
When you gain a Level 5 CILT Professional Diploma in Logistics & Transport you will be qualified to seek Senior Manager Roles and achieve your career goals. Validate your skills/experience
If you are already in a senior managerial role and are looking to take your knowledge to a higher level then the Level 6 CILT Advanced Diploma in Logistics & Transport is ideal for you.
The Transport Manager CPC is a legal requirement of the operator licensing system for both standard national and international licenses and will set you up for a career as a Transport Manager.
To help in the process LLA is an approved Learning Provider for the Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC Courses) scheme, designed to provide assistance to qualifying service personnel in gaining a nationally recognized qualification.
Taking part in the Enhanced Learning Credit (ELC) Scheme will give qualifying service personnel the assistance needed to gain a nationally recognised qualification in preparation for a new career. LLA is an Approved Learning Provider for the ELC Courses and will work with you to ease the transition from service life to civilian employment.
ACCUMULATING ELIGIBLE SERVICE
ELCs are available in two tiers: to claim the lower tier, you must accumulate four years’ eligible service (this equates to 80% of the fees, up to a maximum of £1000.00 per claim instalment) and eight years’ eligible service to claim the higher tier (80% of the fees, up to a maximum of £2000.00 per claim instalment).
Please note that from April 2017, the qualifying service required for lower tier payments will increase from 4 to 6 years. SP who have already accumulated 4 years qualifying service before 1 April 2017 will keep their entitlement to use lower tier payments.
Post service access to ELC Courses, for all those leaving on or after 1 April 2016, will be reduced to 5 years. Those who left between 1 April 2011 and 31 March 2016 (both dates inclusive) will have until 31 March 2021 to use ELC. Anyone who left before 1 April 2011 will retain 10 years of post-service access.
To claim Enhanced Learning Credits Courses funding, you must have completed the required length of eligible service before completing the ELC claim form and prior to commencing the course of study for which ELC support is being claimed. For further information, visit www.enhancedlearningcredits.com
ENROLLING WITH LLA USING ELC
- Learner must complete an ELC claim form, which they then submit to the Commanding Officer & Education Staff for approval.
- The claim form is then sent to ELCAS, who then check eligibility of the learner to claim the grant.
- ELCAS approves the claim and sends the learner a Claim Authorisation Note (CAN).
- Once the approved CAN form has been passed by the learner to LLA, the learner can then book the course with LLA, and the learner pays their 20% personal contribution/deposit.
- Please remember, the fees quoted on your ELC claim must be inclusive of VAT.
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