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New Venture supported internships

New Venture

New Venture provides real work experience for Newcastle residents aged 16-24 years with
learning difficulties and disabilities on a supported internship programme. You will be fully
supported within employment, currently at a large employer within Newcastle.
New Venture also provides the opportunity to gain valuable employability skills with
Newcastle City Learning.
As an intern with New Venture you will:
• improve and develop skills
• gain real work experience
• build self-esteem, confidence and independence which can improve health and well-being
• develop friendships and relationships leading to a positive, interactive social life
• expand your CV
For more information or to apply contact:
New Venture Coordinator - Dianne Holliday, Westgate College, West Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE4 9LU.
Telephone: 0191 277 3611. Mobile: 07785 458 531.
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Your Learner Handbook

Learner handbook coverOur new learner handbook is now available here (pdf 1.81MB). Packed full of useful information about the service, we hope you will find it helpful. We'll cover a lot of the topics during our new induction process too, and you will be given a copy of the handbook to take away with you at the start of your course.

Enrol from Monday 2nd July [...]

shutterstock 15258847Enrol from Monday 2nd July for Autumn Term!

We are pleased to announce that our new brochure is available for courses running from Autumn 2018. You can enrol from Monday 2nd July 2018. For many of the courses you can enrol online, or we will be happy to take your call or see you in centres. You can download the brochure here (pdf, 5.98MB)

Advanced Learner Loans

learner HE

There have been changes to how education courses are funded for learners over 19 years old. Level 3 and above courses will no longer be funded by the Government (unless you are aged 19-23 years old and it is your first full Level 3 qualification) but you may qualify for an Advanced Learner Loan to cover your course fees.

If this loan is to fund an Access to HE Diploma leading to a completed degree, your Advanced Learner Loan will be written off so you don't have to pay it back.

It doesn't matter about your household income or even credit checks to qualify for a loan, and you don't have to pay anything back until you are earning over £21,000 a year.

Loans are available for people living in the UK on the first day of their course and have lived in this country, the Channel Islands of the Isle of Man for three years immediately before this.

Talk to our centre reception staff to get more details and your course offer letter which will have the information you will need to complete your loan application.

Find out more about Advanced Learner Loans.

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