As an established teaching college with 50 years of experience we are funded by the government to provide these courses.

Our free Level 1 and Level 2 distance learning courses are funded by the Education and Skills Funding Agency (EFSA) and because of this you will need to meet their eligibility conditions and abide by their funding rules. shutterstock_1044298795

These rules include maintaining contact with Nescot every 28 days, by completing your assessments on time, and keeping in touch with your Tutor.

Our courses vary in their workload and their requirements of your time. Our course pages give some indication of the commitment required. We’ll explain any specific demands of each course after you have applied online. You will not be committed to the course until you return our signed enrolment forms which we’ll send you after you apply. To view our terms and conditions thereafter please click here.

Please note that our Level 3 and above courses do have a course fee.

To find out more about the EFSA, an executive agency sponsored by the Department of Education, pleaseĀ click here.

 

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