ARMY families often face barriers to accessing further education and training due to the pressures of Army life.

Perhaps you’ve thought about training for a new qualification but can’t commit to the rigid requirements many colleges set?

Infused Learning, a not-for-profit social enterprise, is tackling this issue with their flexible programme of distance learning, which offers support, encouragement and a personal touch not often found in mainstream further education.

INFUSEDIs it for me?

The Access to HE Diploma Business programme teaches you key business skills and knowledge to help you set up and manage your own business – or simply improve your career prospects.

The course is the equivalent of three A Levels and is assessed via a collection of coursework assessments; it also serves as a fast-track entry into university or higher education.

Study full or part-time and enrol at any time of year.

Can I afford it?

If you’re aged under 24 years and this is your first full level-three qualification, then you can access Government funding to help you complete this course.

Over 24? Student loans are available and if you go on to study a degree the balance will be cleared!

Want to know more?

Visit www.infusedlearning.org.uk for more information about this course, or to discuss other adult learning opportunities, contact AFF’s Employment, Training, Allowances and Money Specialist, Caroline Mayne, on etam@aff.org.uk and take the leap to achieving your full potential.

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